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I’m about to tell you something controversial, something you may not love. Football annoys me. Not only does it dominate my television screen, but it kind of becomes the hub of our weekends. And what’s up with the fantasy football teams? Hello, it’s fantasy, so why is it necessary to take over the laptop, iPad and TV to check scores and stats of some fantasy game?

Can you tell I’m a teensy bit bitter? Clearly football has officially taken over my house, and if Brian had it his way – it would also take over the kitchen. For whatever reason, he feels as though every football game is cause for some type of mini party – complete with snacks. And guess who is supposed to be making these snacks? Yep, that would be me.

I have stash of game day grub recipes that typically make an appearance every Sunday to keep the boys happy, but sometimes I want something just for me. Something outside the realm of our standard Spicy Sausage Dip, Jalapeno Popper Dip and Sweet and Spicy Wings. Wandering around the grocery store (as I love to do), I picked up a few gorgeous Hass avocados. At home I tossed in a couple of ingredients I already had on hand, and suddenly we had a pretty rocking dip.

This Avocado Dip is a fun spin on traditional guacamole – it’s bursting with bold flavors and is sure to satisfy that craving for game day grub. Although I’m not making any promises – it may even make football a little more tolerable for those of us less than enthused about the pigskin.

Avocado dip in a ceramic dish

Avocado Dip

Yield: about 2 cups



1. In a large bowl, mash avocados with a fork or potato masher.
2. In a small bowl, stir together the sour cream, cumin and Sriracha.
3. Fold sour cream mixture and salsa into the avocados. Add in 1/2 cup cheese and 1/2 cup tomato, season with salt and pepper; mix well.
Cover mixture; chill 1 hour. Before serving sprinkle remaining cheese and tomatoes over dip. Garnish with cilantro. Serve with chips.


  • The flavor of this dip will vary depending on the salsa you use. I prefer a fresh variety over canned.
  • If you prefer a smoother dip, place the avocado and sour cream in a blender and pulse your machine until you reach a smooth consistency.
  • If you want a thinner dip, add in a bit more sour cream.
  • Feel free to substitute reduced fat sour cream and/or cheese. I’m not a fan of the fat free stuff, so I wouldn’t recommend that option.
  • Recipe adapted from Sargento Cheese Avocado Delight

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Monday 3rd of November 2014

It is an excellent recipe, I prepared it last time was a few friends visit us and were delighted. I put Greek yogurt in place of sour cream.


Tuesday 4th of November 2014

Darla- I am glad the recipe worked for you. Thanks for visiting.



Saturday 1st of February 2014

Can you substitute the sour cream with no-fat plain Greek yogurt?


Tuesday 11th of February 2014

Hi Geoff, you definitely could. - Jamie


Saturday 1st of February 2014

I feel the same way about football! This dip though, is welcome in my house any time. Anything with avocados gets a thumbs up. :)


Friday 10th of January 2014

Won't the avocado turn brown without some lime squeezed over it before mixing with the rest of the ingredients?


Friday 10th of January 2014

Hi Ann, I didn't experience that. - Jamie


Saturday 14th of July 2012

I found this recipe via pinterest not too long ago. I have made this dip twice and it's been a hit every time! It's super easy! Especially if you use the pre-chopped tomatoes which is conveniently located next to the fresh salsa. I like serving it with whole grain chips; it's delicious! I also skip the cilantro since I am not its biggest fan, but still tastes great! Thank you for such an awesome recipe!


Monday 16th of July 2012

Maria- Thanks so much for reporting back, we are happy to hear that you enjoyed the recipe. Have a great day! -Jamie

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