Holy Moly, Guacamole! I Looooove me some Dip

I’m a huge fan of guacamole dip and I love it to eat it different ways.  While we usually eat it in a more chunkier fashion, we decided to have a creamy version this week. 

 I would love to hear how you make yours.  Tell me in the comments or blog about it and leave your url.


  • Avocados
  • Tomatoes
  • Onion
  • Sour Cream
  • Lemon Juice
  • Salt


I didn’t specify amounts because you just use according to how much you are making and to your own tastebuds.

I cut my avocados in half long ways, twist off, use a knife to stab the seed and remove, and scoop out with a spoon.  Dice your tomatoes and onion up and throw in a bowl with your avocados along with the sour cream, lemon juice, and salt.  Now mix, mash, or whatever your little heart desires and Viola!  Dang that’s easy and it’s such a good snack or party dip.

I would have uploaded more pictures but it’s hard to do when you’re on dial up still:(

Enjoy folks and look for a new giveaway coming soon:)



AFTER:) Not too pretty but it sure is good to eat!

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    rachel says

    Big guacamole fan here, too.
    I use
    avocados (duh)
    a tomatillo
    green chilies
    lime juice
    clove of garlic
    cream cheese

    Like you, it’s all subject to taste bud’al’ appreciation :-)

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    Andy says

    I love guacamole too and in fact just made some last night. I don’t use sour cream usually, but I’ll eat it any way.

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    Glen says

    I use avocados, minced garlic, lime juice, and a pinch of kosher salt. I put in all in a bowl and smash it up with a fork, then taste to see if it needs more lime juice. Fresh, clean and easy!

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    Christine says

    EXACTLY the same way as you! lol … I should make some guac with dinner tonight :) YUM!

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    Jenn says

    I like it that way too,yummy !

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    Keary says

    I make guacamole completly different-
    3 avacados
    3 hard boiled egg chopped
    1/2 onion chopped
    garlic powder
    mrs. dash

    peel and seed avacados, mash chunky like with a potatoe masher, add eggs and onion put in 4 to 5 shakes of the tobasco and a good shake of the garlic and Mrs. Dash.

    refrigerate and serve with tortilla chips.

    I know that most people don’t put in boiled eggs, but this guacamole is really good. I get alot of compliments on it.

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    ilissa h. says

    I love guacamole too! So…to me..it looks fantastic! I’ve never tried to make it on my own but I should. It looks easy.

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    Heather says

    Avocados are one of my favorite comfort foods! I usually make it pretty traditionally with avocado, crushed garlic, sea salt, pepper, very finely minced onion, chopped tomatoes, lime juice, and various dried chili powders – usually hot ones; I like it spicy! I use a mini masher so the onion and garlic juices really get mushed in. Then I add the tomatoes at the end. Yum!

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    Tara says

    YUM, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like guacamole!

    I put avocados, jalepeno or serrano peppers, red onion, cilantro, tomatoes, lime juice and salt in mine. I always test the heat of the peppers before I add them, because I don’t want to ruin the entire pot of guacamole by making it so fire hot that no one can eat it.

    Tara Korde http://www.beyondrecipes.blogspot.com

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    Jessica says

    Mmmm, my hubby makes the *best* “Guacasalsa” (he made it up, I just eat the stuff!). Here are the ingredients~

    Roma tomatoes
    white or red onion
    ground cumin seed
    fresh lime
    salt & pepper

    I recently put it online because my family kept asking for the recipe ~ you can check it out with pictures here :)


    Jessicas last blog post..Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

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    giz says

    I could sit in a corner with a whole bowl of guacamole and just be the happiest little camper in the room. And I keep telling myself “good fats…good fats”

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    I like it with a little cream cheese (optional), cilantro, fresh lime, tomato, and red onion. So good.

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    Kathy Winsted says

    If you like guacamole, here is a great fresh salsa recipe that goes great with meatloaf or london broil or poultry:

    one large tomato, cut up
    one medium avacado, cut in chunks
    1/2 cup salsa

    optional: Add 1/2 cup Flax & Company (flax, nuts and seeds) for extra fiber, protein and crunch

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    Caleb says

    Though it always looks like fresh doo-doo batter, I love me some guac. This recipe is no exception. I will get high and make this recipe.

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    cassie says

    This is one of my favorite things!! I’ve never added sour cream to mine – I’ll have to try that next time. I also throw in a little garlic powder.

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    Wandi says

    Which avocados do you use? The Haas or the larger ones?

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    Phillip says

    I just mix “smushed” avocados with either picante sauce or (if it’s all I have on hand) salsa. It works pretty well.

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    Debra says

    I love guacamole and by seeing the picture looks great!

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    Alison says

    you need cilantro! it adds that extra zing. Also a bit of garlic powder.

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    Nancy says

    I use avocado, roma tomatoes, red onion, garlic salt, cumin, and sometimes cayenne pepper, although I liked it without the heat mostly! I love the cumin in it as it gives it a nice flavor! I’ve never had guac with sour cream before, I may have to try it!

    Nancys last blog post..TWD: Rugelach

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    Nancy says

    Oops forgot the lime juice! Gotta have the lime!

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    may says

    I love guacamole so much, I make it a lot simpler and it is oh so good, i of course use the smashed avacados, but i just put in sour cream and pace thick and chunky hot salsa and salt. it has to be the thick and chunky to get you the authentic chunks of onion and peppers. mmmm so good!