During my whirlwind trek to NYC last weekend we stopped by a fantastic Mexican restaurant. Because we’re not monsters, my friends and I shared a bowl of guacamole. I’m particularly picky about my guacamole, I like a good mixture of creamy and chunky goodness. Store bought guacamole? Never worth it.
So needless to say I had a guacamole craving after this weekend. Even better I recently received a shipment of Food Should Taste Good Chips to try and review. What could be better than healthy chips and homemade guacamole? If I figure it out I’ll let you know.
I’m not a big chip person, but I do have a sweet spot for tortilla chips, however they aren’t the most wholesome of foods. When I tried Food Should Taste Good‘s sweet potato chips I was pleasantly surprised. Thick, crunchy, salty and flavorful and most importantly and excellent dip vehicle. They go great with salsa and guacamole but also hummus-esque dips too. I’ve also tried their multigrain and blue corn chips, both delicious however I do have a bit of a soft spot for the sweet potato variety.
Easiest Guacamole Ever
- 2 Avocados
- 8 cherry tomatos
- 1/4 cup of diced onions
- 1 diced clove of garlic
- Squeeze of lime juice
- Salt to taste
- optional: if you like it spicy add jalepeño (I opted out)
- Peel avocados and place in blender/bullet/food processor
- Cut cherry tomatoes in half, dice onion and garlic and add to blending device
- Squeeze lime juice over ingredients and blend until desired consistancy
- Add salt to taste
- Enjoy with your favorite chips, I’m a huge fan of Food Should Taste Good’s sweet potato chips.
Best #TransformationTuesday ever…
Goes great with a margarita or sparkling lemonade (I’m biased but I mix Bai’s Limu Lemon with seltzer, a perfect weekday sipper) and Food Should Taste Good’s Sweet Potato Chips.
Food Should Taste Good did give me free product, however the opinions are all my own.