Spicy Guac Burgers with Sweet Potato Fries


Posted by Ashley | Posted in Recipes | Posted on 11-02-2013

IMG_1431      This burger was so delicious it was a good thing I got a picture of it before we munched them up… I love the taste of buffalo chicken wing dip and burgers and guacamole… and so I just thought they would be delicious all together…. Add a side of sweet potato baked fries and a dash of chipolte ranch… my oh my heaven  …





  • 1/2 pound of ground beef
  • salt , pepper
  • paperika
  • chili flakes
  • avocado
  • fresh lime
  • purple onions
  • salt. pepper
  • any other seasons you like in your guac
  • 1/4 block of cream cheese
  • Frank’s hot sauce
  • blue cheese creamy
  • Sweet potato
  • olive oil
  • cilantro dried
  • salt, pepper

Ok many things needed for this delicious meal, but very worth it…

Start with the sweet potato fires they take the longest in the oven… oven at 400 … slice them thin to look like fries, toss them with the oil and seasoning… then lay them flat on a cookie sheet and bake for about 30 minutes flipping once…

Put the ground meat in a bowl and add the spices, mix it all together and then form it into burger patties… let them sit while you make everything else…

For the guacamole, half the avocado, remove the pit and then in a bowl combine the juice from the lime and the purple onion, add in the salt and pepper, I also usually add fresh cilantro and little red pepper….put this in the fridge so all of the seasonings can sink into the avocado…

Then place the cream cheese in a bowl and microwave it so it is soft…. add in the hot sauce to taste, and the blue cheese…

Next grill the burgers… prep the rolls while the burger cook… spread some of the guac on the top of the roll and the buffalo cheese mix on the bottom..

Place the burger on the buns when they are cooked… add any other toppings like lettuces or onions… remove the sweet potato fries and plate them… enjoy:)


Squash Rings


Posted by Ashley | Posted in Recipes | Posted on 08-02-2013

IMG_1397         You will Need:

One Small Squash

Circle Cookie Cutter

Salt, Pepper, Olive Oil, Thyme, Sage


Slice the squash into rings, then use the cookie cutter to cut out the middle where the seeds are… then in a bowl, toss them with the salt, pepper, oil, and herbs…..


Lay them flat on a cookie sheet and bake them for bout 30 minutes until they are soft, and slightly colored…