Baked sweet potato with avocado and tomato salsa

Hi lovelies! I’ve been extra busy in the past week but I thought I’d share this yummy recipe with you. Hope you enjoy!

What you need

  • One sweet potato (or two, or how many the heck you want)
  • One ripe avocado
  • Two tomatoes
  • Spring onions
  • Salsa
  • Parsley
  • Olive oil
  • Nutritional yeast

What to do

  1. Slice the potato(s) length-wise and stab it with a fork. This will make it cook faster.
  2. If you’re vegan, surely you know how to bake a sweet potato. What else do you live on?? Just kidding. Put the potato in the oven at 200°C for about 45 minutes. When it’s ready it will make bubbles, but you can always poke it with a fork from time to time to check if it’s turning soft.
  3. While you wait, finely chop the spring onions and heat them up in a pan with some olive oil.
  4. Wash the tomatoes and finely chop them as well, removing the seeds (you can leave the seeds if you want, I just find they make the salsa too moist).
  5. Set the chopped tomatoes aside in a bowl and add the salsa, parsley, olive oil, and the spring onions that should be all nice and ready by now.
  6. Get your avocado, peel it and mash it with a fork. You should end up with some sort of puree.
  7. Add some nutritional yeast (duh) and black pepper.
  8. When the sweet potato is ready, take it out of the oven and made the cut a bit wider. Pour a layer of tomato salsa on it and top it up with the avocado.

This is what it should look like:

I hope you enjoyed!  Don’t forget to also watch the video here
Speak soon!


Hi all! My name is Giulka and I’m starting off a new blog adventure on the many things I’m passionate about and want to share with the world wide web.
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  1. I do my best to be a vegan. I follow a plant-based diet and I avoid animal products in all forms as much as I can. I know I’m not  100% vegan-perfect but I’m aiming to be.
  2. I am a happy humanist and a proud atheist. Religion doesn’t make any sense to me and I believe you can be good to yourself and others without a holy book telling you to.
  3. I am originally from Italy, currently living in London and moving to New Zealand in June (!!!)
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  5. I like reading and travelling on top of everything else and my life dream is to find a job that pays me for doing these two things.

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  1. Veganism, vegan recipes, food-related yumminess in general
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