Yummy on veggies or right off the spoon!

Recipe Directions

Mix all ingredients in blender or food processor until smooth.
May garnish with fresh parsley.

Bicyclegoddess's Thoughts

Yummy on veggies or right off the spoon!

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rawfoodies's Review

Sweet Potato Hummus
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Awesome!! Didn't use any garlic due to preferences here in the home, but it turned out fabulous anyway! Will be making this often! Thanks so much!!!!

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isabelle.marcil's Review

Sweet Potato Hummus
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Oh my God! Sooo delicious... and healthy! I am grateful... Thank you so much :)

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I still haven't tried sweet potatoes raw! I have almost everything so I think I'm gonna try this one tonight! Sweet potatoes aren't starchy??

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Recipe, I've been looking for ya my whole life. Thanks!

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I wanna do this but only have almond butter. Would that be ok?
OR I do have some sesame seeds could be ground...
No nama shoyu either....

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Ooo, this looks good.
OMG too much garlic? IS there such a thing?
hehe

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Very interesting recipe. Tastes great! Careful with the garlic, though. I like garlic and used 4 cloves as suggested, but it turned out to be too much.

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It tastes even better the second day! I just like sweet potatoes! :)

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It tastes even better the second day! I just like sweet potatoes! :)

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sounds exactly how i do it; only i make it with zucchinis and no water

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yay hummus!!! what a great variation, making some tonight!!!

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