Recipe: Even YOU Can Make Guacamole

Have you always thought guacamole tastes so good out at restaurants or in the tubs at the store that you couldn’t possibly make it that good at home?

Personally, I think mine tastes better than most I’ve had out places.

I’m not really sure why… it might just be the freshness!

I love it so much and have it so often that I thought you might also enjoy adding it to your meals.

This is what you will need:

-1 avocado (1 per person)… sometimes I eat half of one & just cut all the ingredients by half
-some lime or lemon juice
-sea salt
-garlic powder
-onion powder

All you do is cut the avocado from the top, around the side of the pit, to the other side and back up top, making two halves. Twist open. The pit will stay in one side. Squeeze the pit-less side upside down into a medium-sized bowl, removing all the avocado meat into the bowl. Next, the easiest way I have found to remove the pit is by sticking a knife into the pit (like the blade directly into the side of the pit). Twist the pit and it should pop right out on the knife blade. Carefully remove it (they are very slimy, so don’t let your fingers slip into the knife). Turn the second side of the avocado upside down and squeeze the meat into the bowl. Add some shakes of the salt, about a large pinch of onion powder & garlic powder to the mix (more can always be added later depending on your preference). Then, add about 1/2 – 1 tsp of lime or lemon juice to the bowl, along with about 4 or 5 good shakes of cumin. Mash entire contents of bowl with the back of a dinner fork until the avocado meat is mashed and all spices are well blended.

This can be eaten with organic corn chips, mixed with salsa, by itself, or on any Mexican dish!



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JessBio200 Recipe: Even YOU Can Make GuacamoleJessica Stone is a mom of 4 and owner of her own businesses in the fitness, beauty, and essential oils industries. She has 3 special needs children, one which has an undiagnosed neuro-muscular condition that limits her mobility, and her twins are currently receiving therapy for sensory defensiveness, physical mobility, fine motor skills, and speech. She enjoys sharing what she has learned through her trials, experience, research, and tools that have helped her children’s health with other parents who are looking for support, encouragement, and helpful information. Get her FREE gift to you, 30 Easy Snacks Your Kids Will Devour: Eating Healthy Never Got So Simple. Connect with Jess live today on Facebook!

Recipe: Even YOU Can Make Guacamole

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