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Vegan Supper Stuffed Sweet Potatoes {5 ingredients, easy}

Dinner just got easier and more beautiful with these vegan supper stuffed sweet potatoes! Filled with with hummus, toasted walnuts, pomegranate seeds, and mint, this easy meal is packed with big flavors, extraordinary nutrition, and supreme satisfaction. In addition to being naturally gluten-free, grain-free and vegan, a simple Paleo option is provided.

vegan supper stuffed sweet potatoes with hummus, walnuts and pomegranate

I won’t beat around the bush today, as I am guessing that you, like me, have a long to-do list (is it just me, or do Tuesdays end up as the most hectic days? Perhaps it’s because the coming weekend feels a long way away and the previous one already feels long past).

So. Dinner. The daily dilemma of wanting (needing!) something filling & delicious (comforting, too, now that the weather is cooler), yet also wanting it to come together quickly (Or magically. Still working on that…).

It would be great if said dinner could also be healthy and frugal, too, with no more than a handful of ingredients.

I made our combined wishes my command and created just such a recipe: Vegan Supper Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, filled with  hummus, toasted walnuts, & pomegranate seeds.

overhead shot of vegan stuffed sweet potatoes with hummus, walnuts and pomegranate sitting in an antique pie tin

Nutrition Highlights for Vegan Supper Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Nothing like some gorgeous food to get you excited about dinner, right?

And these stuffed beauties check all of the boxes for what you want to eat:

  • PACKED with nutrition (sweet potatoes, pomegranates & walnuts=superfood explosion)
  • Gluten-free
  • Grain-free
  • Vegan
  • High protein (8 grams per serving)
  • High fiber
  • *Healthy fats (from the walnuts & hummus)

These stuffed beauties are made with just 5 ingredients–really!–and are a cinch to make after a long day, too.

How to Make Vegan Supper Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Bake (or Microwave) the Sweet Potatoes

Begin by baking two sweet potatoes until they are very tender (you can walk away and get other things done OR collapse in a heap on the sofa as they bake. It’s your call).

If you cannot wait for the sweet potatoes to bake (STARVING! Must. eat. now.), use my directions for microwaving the potatoes in a fraction of the time.

Once baked, split the potatoes lengthwise (watch out for the steam!), press/squeeze open a bit (make way for stuffing!) and mash the flesh with a fork. I like to season with salt & pepper at this point, to make sure the potatoes themselves have plenty of flavor.

Split Open and Mash the Sweet Potatoes

If you have a lime or lemon on hand, consider grating a bit of the zest and squeezing a bit of the juice onto the potato mash–major flavor boost!

Add Your Toppings!

Last, toppings! The combination of flavors and textures from the hummus, toasted walnuts, pomegranate arils and mint are far greater than the sum of their parts: salty, sweet, creamy, & crunchy, prepare to be wowed!

How is this for a gorgeous, festive weeknight meal?!

Although I’ve made these recipe for two servings, you can scale this to accommodate as many people as you need/like. one big pomegranate will provide well over 1 cup of arils, plenty for a crowd.

Might I also suggest this for a super-simple entertaining entrée? Your guests will think you are a culinary marvel (which, of course, you are; but it’s satisfying to have it confirmed by others from time to time).

Happy eating, everyone!

vegan supper stuffed sweet potatoes with hummus, walnuts and pomegranate

More Sweet Potato Goodness to Try:

  1. Sweet Potato Kale Chickpea Flour Frittata {vegan, soy-free}
  2. Sweet Potato Almond Flour Cookies {vegan, oil-free}
  3. 3-Ingredient Sweet Potato Tortillas {Grain-Free, Vegan}
  4. Vegan Sweet Potato Drop Biscuits {Grain-Free, Oil-Free}
  5. Stuffed Breakfast Sweet Potatoes {Vegan, 4 ingredients)
  6. Vegan Sweet Potato Enchilada Bake {oil-free, grain-free}
Yield: 2 main dish servings

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes w/ Hummus, Walnuts & Pomegranate {GF & V}

Stuffed Sweet Potatoes w/ Hummus, Walnuts & Pomegranate {GF & V}

Baked sweet potatoes, stuffed with hummus, toasted walnuts and pomegranate. Just 5 ingredients, it is a nutrient-packed dinner with loads of mouth-watering flavor!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 5 minutes


  • 2 large sweet potatoes, skins scrubbed with water
  • 4 tablespoons hummus
  • 4 tablespoons coarsely chopped, toasted walnuts
  • 4 tablespoons pomegranate arils
  • 1 tablespoons finely chopped fresh mint leaves


  1. Preheat oven to 425F.
  2. Prick each sweet potato 5 to 6 times with a fork; place in a pie plate or small baking pan.
  3. Bake in the preheated oven for about 1 hour until very tender. Let cool for 5 minutes.
  4. Place each sweet potato on a plate and split open lengthwise (be careful of the steam that will release).Open the potato wide; mash the flesh with a fork and season to taste with salt & pepper.
  5. Top each potato with half of the hummus, walnuts, pomegranate and mint.
  6. Eat!


Tip: For effortless toasting, add the chopped walnuts to the baking pan with the sweet potatoes during the final 5 minutes of cooking.

Microwave the sweet potatoes: To microwave the sweet potatoes, prick all over with a fork. Microwave one potato at a time, on HIGH, for 8 to 12 minutes (it will depend on size) until very tender.

Paleo Variation: Replace the hummus with 3 tablespoons of tahini, almond butter, or cashew butter mixed with 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice and a pinch of cumin.

Nutrition Information

Serving Size

1 stuffed sweet potato

Amount Per Serving Calories 350Total Fat 16.5gSaturated Fat 2.1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 185.6mgCarbohydrates 47.3gFiber 8.7gSugar 14.7gProtein 8g

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Saturday 3rd of July 2021

Hi! Can I meal prep this and save the second serving for the next day? Do you suggest to store ingredients separately and stuff them when it’s time to eat? Thank you so much!!

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