Homemade Guacamole Dip


Guacamole is something I try to make at least once a week.  Fresh avocados are very beneficial and this dip is an easy way to enjoy its benefits.  Purchasing guacamole dip will not give you the benefits that making fresh dip will, and it’s very affordable to make your own too!  So why not just make your own? 🙂

Avocados are really an amazing food and do so much good for your entire body.  From promoting a healthy heart to fighting cancer, avocados have made it to my list of must-have foods.  Click here to read 10 reasons you need avocados in your diet!

Homemade Guacamole Dip

2 large avocados 
2 cloves garlic, chopped 
1 tomato, chopped 
Juice from 1 Lime 
Salt and Pepper to taste 

Directions: Cut the avocado in half and spoon out the avocado meat into a bowl.  Mash until it’s smooth. Stir in the rest of the ingredients. 

Serve with chips, crackers, or whole wheat pita bread.

Do you like Guacamole dip?  Have you ever made your own?

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  1. Anonymous says

    Yes! Dh, chilren, and I all love it. We make it fresh regularly. There are a lot of us so we make a lot. Ours is a made to taste recipie. 😉 We use avacados, a tomato or two, some shredded onion, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and lots of fresh squeezed lime juice.

  2. Anonymous says

    I like mine creamy… 1-2 avocados, some Lawry’s Garlic Salt, a squeeze of fresh lime and a bit of mayo. Mix together and it’s SO good with fresh salsa and chips :o)

  3. says

    I eat a lot of it, I’m in TX! I usually put some drained Rotel tomatoes in mine fro a kick. And I usually have to use 6 avocados in order to have enough. If you want to keep it for the next day without turning brown, smooth the top so it is level, sprinkle on some Fruit Fresh and cover with either plastic wrap or waxed paper smooshed down on the top of it to keep out the air.

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