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12 Ways to Make Guacamole For Super Bowl Sunday

By Angie McGowan |

You just can’t have a Super Bowl party without the guacamole.  It’s so good, creamy and comforting. My favorite way to enjoy it is with freshly fried corn tortilla chips. I just quickly deep fry them quickly at 375° to go along with my guacamole.

A super simple guacamole recipe would just be mashed perfectly ripe avocados and some chopped cilantro. But it’s the Super Bowl, so let’s get creative. The guacamole featured above is a roasted corn guacamole with lots of other ingredients. You can find my recipe for that guacamole here.

Here are 11 more creative ways to make guacamole:

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12 Ways to Make Guacamole For Super Bowl Sunday

White Bean + Avocado Dip

This healthier version of guacamole sounds perfect!
Find this recipe here at 20 Something Cupcakes

Guacamole is really easy to make so long as you have the secret ingredient – some nice ripe hass avocados. But it’s not always easy to find a perfectly ripe avocado, so I just buy some firm avocados the day before and request a 2 paper bags at checkout. Then when I get home I first wrap my avocados in newspaper individually and them double bag them in my paper bags. Then I put them in the bottom of my dark pantry. This makes them the perfect ripeness the next day.

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About Angie McGowan


Angie McGowan

Angie McGowan was a contributing blogger to Babble’s Family Kitchen, a daily food blog with recipes from her kitchen. She currently creates fun recipes for Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and many other companies. You can find more of her recipes on her personal blog, Eclectic Recipes.

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