Guacamole is a flexible and healthy dish that isn’t hard to make at all.
Guacamole your family will love

It’s a flexible and healthy dish that isn’t hard to make at all. In reality, it’s just a salad. You may have seen it made at your favorite restaurant, the waiter cuts and dices with flare, mixes it, spices it then serves it up with a smile as if he has some secret mix that is only possible in the restaurant, but it's not. You too can enjoy amazing Guacamole at home and reap the benefits of the ingredients contained within the Guacamole. 

A variety of vegetables support the main ingredient, the avocado. Add a simple line of spices and seasonings to suite the taste buds of your audience. Guacamole packs a punch of flavors while being an easy-to-prepare dish that’s a winner in our house. So dip your chip, dab it on your salad or eat it straight with a fork, it's good, healthy and pretty easy to make.

It's just a salad you eat with chips!

Many reserve guacamole for Mexican night at the dinner table. Why not make this scrumptious treat for an after school snack, a schmear on your veggie pita or as a topping on your grilled chicken. And while you're at it, pack it on top of lettuce with salsa and black beans or along with a veggie platter or crudités. There are no valid reasons to hold back the guac!

3 ripe avocados
1/2 cup tomatoes, chopped
1/2 bell pepper, red, orange or yellow
1 Jalepeno, chopped fine
2 Limes
1/2 Red onion, chopped fine
2 cloves Garlic, minced
3-4 Tbls. Cilantro
Salt and Pepper
Preparation Instructions

Cut up all ingredients (except cilantro) and mash up in a serving bowl using a fork or potato masher.

Chop and add cilantro to previous mashed ingredients.

Serve with Crudités, blue corn chips or as a side dish with a Mexican dinner.

The avocado. It’s a fruit!
The avocado supplies 20 different vitamins and minerals while leading the pack with 15 grams of healthy fat (and 2 net carbs), which is responsible for reducing inflammation. The oil in an avocado is resistant to heat-induced oxidation making it a safe choice for cooking.

Avocados reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure with the potassium they carry. They contain soluble fiber which supports the friendly gut bacteria in the intestine.

The list continues:
Lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Promotes happiness
Helps absorb nutrients from other plant foods
Eye health
Avocado extract inhibits the growth of prostate cancer cells
Relieves symptoms of arthritis
Supports weight loss
Delicious and flexible - smoothies and desserts to savory dishes