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5 Delicious Guacamole Recipes to Start Your Super Bowl Party Right!

Holy guacamole!  Did you know Americans consume more than 71.4 million pounds of avocado (the main ingredient in guacamole) during The Big Game? With that much guacamole to be eaten, preparing the perfect snack for your guest is no easy task. Luckily, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite guacamole recipes that are sure to impress your guest. Besides, isn’t The Super Bowl all about the food anyways (says the non-football enthusiast)?

Scroll through to check out these delicious guacamole recipes.

 

  • Crunchy Herbed Guacamole 1 of 5
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    This guacamole includes fresh herbs such as chives and cilantro and of course a little chipotle hot pepper sauce for a kick (no pun intended). 

    Learn how to make this recipe from IMUSA. 

  • Mango Cilantro Guacamole 2 of 5
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    I love mangos and when you combine that with avocados it makes the perfect combination. This recipe is delicious and feels very light too.  

     

    Get the recipe from Absolutely Avocados

  • Perfect Guacamole 3 of 5
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    This recipe is the real deal.It includes the traditional flavors you'd expect to find in guacamole such as cilantro, onions and tomatoes. Sometimes less really is more. 

     

    Get the recipe from Simply Recipes. 

  • Smokey Guacamole with Bacon 4 of 5
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    MMmmmmm....bacon. Need I say more? This game day dip will have your guests begging for the recipe. 

     

    Get the recipe from Family Spice. 

  • Cheese Topped Guacamole 5 of 5
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    This recipe takes guac to the next level. It's topped off with goey melted cheese you won't be able to stop digging into. 

     

    Get the recipe from Food and Wine Magazine

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