Yummy scrummy topping for salads, dip for veggies or fruit, filling for lettuce leaves, or as a dessert treat! Sweet and nutty tasting. It fills you up and keeps you going for hours! Sometimes I eat it by itself with a spoon. For an exotic touch, try adding some tahini and cinnamon! You can add more maca than...

Recipe Directions

1. Slice avocado from its skin and place in a bowl for mixing.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients and begin mashing with a fork. If you want a creamy consistency, then put everything in a blender so as to blend up the sprouts.

3. Add small amounts of water to soften and make it extra creamy.

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By Lady Le Harle

Yummy scrummy topping for salads, dip for veggies or fruit, filling for lettuce leaves, or as a dessert treat!

Sweet and nutty tasting. It fills you up and keeps you going for hours!

Sometimes I eat it by itself with a spoon.

For an exotic touch, try adding some tahini and cinnamon! You can add more maca than suggested if you like the taste.

I vary the amounts of honey and maca depending on my mood and sweet tooth. :)

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Maybe a bit of lime juice. For some reason I always think lime when I think guacamole. Besides maybe the acidic touch would give it a nice flavor one didnt think of at first. Besides you already touched salty and sweet why not let sour play too :)?

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Maybe a bit of lime juice. For some reason I always think lime when I think guacamole. Besides maybe the acidic touch would give it a nice flavor one didnt think of at first. Besides you already touched salty and sweet why not let sour play too :)?

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