This easy guacamole recipe is creamy, crunchy and so good. Perfect to serve with Chips. It’s the best! What do you like enjoying with guacamole? You can make this super easy homemade guacamole – and have it anytime during the day!
Can You Make Guacamole Ahead?
Homemade guacamole can be made ahead of time. Although its best served fresh, you can make it ahead of and refrigerate in an air tight container for up to 2 days, otherwise it will turn brown. Tighten the guacamole dish as tightly as possible with plastic wrap or lid.
You can make homemade guacamole a day ahead, and stored in an air tightened container until ready to enjoy.
Do yourself a favor and skip the store-bought version next time you’re in the mood for guacamole. This easy guacamole recipe comes together quickly. Plus it’s incredibly delicious!
Holy guacamole, you guys! Do I have the perfect recipe for you! I have been making this recipe for years. Yes, years! I have tried it, experimented with it, and now have perfected it. I would not change an absolute thing with this recipe.
We don’t buy guacamole from the grocery store anymore. In fact, we haven’t gotten store-bought guacamole for several years and trust me, nobody in my house is complaining.
Seriously, stop spending your money on guacamole. You can make it at home, and it’ll taste a thousand times better! I promise you.
How I Use This Guacamole
Eat it with tortilla chips. This is my absolute favorite way to enjoy some mean guac. Get some lightly salted tortilla chips and go to town. It makes a perfect game-night snack! You could never go wrong with it.
Spread it on toast. Want the perfect breakfast food? Take this guacamole and spread a generous layer on top of your favorite toast. Add a fried egg on top for restaurant-quality brekkie at home.
Add onto your burgers. If you’re like me, you don’t like a dry burger. Skip the mayo and ketchup next time (and those other not-so-nutritious sauces) and replace with this homemade guacamole. You’ve got a gourmet burger at home!
Avocados are exceptionally healthy foods. They’re full of great fats and even helps slow down aging! But honestly, I make it mostly for the taste. It is out-of-this-world delicious.
What do I need to make Guacamole?
Super easy known ingredients make this guacamole easy to put together. Most of these ingredients are in every fridge.
Avocado can help lower cholesterol and are loaded with fiber.
Lemon contains vitamin C, which supports the development of tissues.
Jalapeno is rich in vitamin A, which supports bone health.
Tomato supplies you with lycopene, which contains folate and potassium.
Red onion contains quercetin, which helps reduce inflammation.
Cilantro protects against food poisoning and lowers blood sugar levels..
Along with those ingredients, you will need salt and pepper.
There is a lot of different ways you can make guacamole. Buying it ready made should not be an option. Stop doing that! It’s really easy to make guacamole. Guacamole is great to snack on, enjoy it as a spread, or with tortilla chips. This is one of my favorite foods just because it can be topped on anything.
In general, avocado is so good. It slows down the aging process and helps burn fat. As for the lemon, this citrus fruit benefits your bone health. It regulates blood pressure and controls acne. Jalapeno is something we don’t use often in recipes, but it is so good for you, why don’t we? One jalapeno pepper provides your whole day’s worth of vitamin C! It is also beneficial for your metabolism and help you fight the aging process. Go make some guacamole and fight the aging process by benefiting your bones!
Other dips and spreads to enjoy:
The Best Guacamole Recipe to Serve with Chips
- 1 avocado, peeled
- ½ lemon, juiced
- 1 jalapeno, mild
- 1 tomato, chopped
- ¼ red onion, chopped
- ½ Tbsp chilantro, chopped
- salt, to taste
- pepper, to taste
- Cut avocado in half. Take out the pit and scoop out avocado from the peel.
- Blend together avocado, juice from half a lemon, and 1 mild jalapeño (half you don't like spicy). Blend until well combined. Transfer to a bowl.
- Chop 1 tomato, 1/4 red onion, and cilantro; stir in with avocado.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.