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Easy Guacamole Recipe

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Guacamole is quick and easy to make with avocado, lemon or lime, cilantro, garlic and salt.


I have always loved avocados but in the last few months, they have become a staple on our menu.  I eat them pretty much every chance I get.  I also really love guacamole, but the recipe I was using was complicated and called for a list of ingredients, including sour cream.  I knew there had to be a simpler way.


So I asked my resident Mexican food expert, Jacqui, how she makes guacamole.  She told me avocado, lime, and cilantro plus salt and garlic if I wanted.  Well, that sounded easy enough.  Except I only had lemons on hand and no cilantro.


Then I discovered freeze dried cilantro at the grocery store and it has changed my life.  Now I can make all those Mexican recipes I love but never make because I never have fresh cilantro.  I love this stuff!


The first dozen times I made this guacamole, I just used a fork and mashed it all together.  But then I realized that my Tupperware Quick Chef Pro would probably do a good job of getting a smooth guacamole with a few chunks – just the way I like it! I love my Quick Chef Pro! It’s basically a manual food processor that takes up way less space than my electric one and works just as well.


I was right! Just a few turns of the handle and I had the perfect consistency for dipping.


The recipe is all about personalization.  I use about 3 avocados to feed my husband and I and I use 1 avocado if it’s just me.  Adjust the lemon juice, cilantro, salt, and garlic to your liking!

Easy Guacamole Recipe

Easy Guacamole Recipe


  • 1-3 avocados
  • Lemon or lime juice, preferably fresh
  • Salt
  • Garlic powder or granules
  • Cilantro


  1. Slice open your avocados and scoop out the pit. Scoop the inside of the avocado in to a bowl or the bowl of the Quick Chef Pro fitted with the blade.
  2. Add juice and spices to taste. Start with a little and add more as you go.
  3. Mash the avocado or turn the Quick Chef Pro handle a few times to get the desired consistency.
  4. Add water if you want to thin out the guacamole and have less chunks.
  5. Serve immediately. The guacamole will turn brown over time.


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