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This Loaded Sweet Potato Is Destined to Be a Favorite

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Lia Haberman is the social media lead for LIVESTRONG.COM. She just completed her first 5K fun run, rides her beach cruiser to work everyday and would never turn down a cupcake.
This Loaded Sweet Potato Is Destined to Be a Favorite
Sweet potato toast just took on a whole new meaning with this stunningly stuffed sweet potatoes. Photo Credit Yovana Mendoza/LIVESTRONG.COM
Guacamole Loaded Sweet Potato

Watch Yovana Mendoza, better known as Rawvana, make her guacamole loaded sweet potato salad. It's a healthy spin on baked potatoes you don't want to miss!

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Monday, October 24, 2016

Fall-lovers rejoice – sweet potatoes are finally back in season and on trend. These complex cabohydrate tubers pack a ton of vitamins and minerals, including beta-carotene, vitamin C, potassium.

YouTuber Yovana Mendoza, better known as Rawvana, shared an awesome way to use sweet potatoes as an amazingly filling base for healthy toppings.

The plant-based health coach was an international business major whose life took a dramatic turn after trying a raw food cleanse three years ago. “I felt amazing benefits, like more energy, more clear-mindedness and my skin cleared.”

Now, Rawvana focuses on helping others get healthy by sharing delicious recipes, lifestyle tips and workout routines on social media.

We visited Mendoza at her home in San Diego to learn how to make her guacamole-loaded sweet potato.

Get the recipe below and watch Rawvana put it all together on LIVESTRONG.COM’s Facebook page. (And don’t forget to Like us while you’re there!)

Get more delicious and healthy recipes on Rawvana.com and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

What Do YOU Think?

What healthy toppings would you put on your ideal stuffed sweet potato? What’s your favorite way to eat a sweet potato? Let us know in the comments section!

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