Homemade Guacamole 

    For those mama bear’s out there who love to throw in a little appetizer before dinner, or just the perfect snack for home. From working as a waitress, I’ve learned how to make table side guacamole for my customers. I’ve brought what I learned to my own kitchen in my home. Simply Delicious and Easy to Make. Let’s get started! 
What You’ll Need

  • 1 fresh Avocado, 1 Lime, 1 tomato, Salt, Jalepeno Pepper, Cilantro. 

What you should know: The normal way to make guacamole is to use diced Jalepeno peppers and cilantro. In this recipe, I did not use Jalepeno peppers nor cilantro. I made this for my daughter who’s only 2, so I wasn’t comfortable with using those two. And I personally don’t like spicy. But I’ll still add those to the steps for you! 


Step 1: Cut the avocado in half and place your knife on the seed and take it out. Spoon out all of the avocado until it is empty. 


After spooning out all of the avocado, it should look like the picture below. 


The avacado mixture should look something like this in the bowl. If you want more guacamole for a bigger group of people, I would recommend using 2 avacados

Step 2: Cut up your lime as if you were cutting lemons to put on a glass of iced tea. Squeeze the lime juice into the avacado mixture. Begin mashing and stirring the mixture.

Step 3:  Begin dicing your tomatoes, jalepeño peppers, and cilantro. Start combining them into the mixture, one at a time.

Note: In this recipe, I only used tomatoes, but if you want to go traditional, I would more than recommend using about 1tsp. of jalepeños, and 1tbsp. of cilantro.


Use about 1 tablespoon of tomatoes and save the rest for later!

Step 4:  You’re all set! I used original wavy chips in mine, because they’re my favorite ❤️ Enjoy! 



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