Simple Guacamole

Simple Guacamole

Time: 5 Minutes
Yield: 1.5 – 2 Cups depending on the size of Avocados
(7 Item Recipe)
Naturally RAW, Vegan & Vegetarian


3 Organic Avocados, pureed
1 Organic Clove of Garlic, pureed or diced fine
1/2 Organic Onion, pureed or diced fine
2 Organic Lemons, squeezed
1/2 Organic Tomato, pureed or diced fine
Freshly Ground Pepper to taste
Sea Salt to taste


Take your avocados and lemons out washing outside of skin.

Cut avocados, onion and lemons in half.

Remove meat from avocados discarding seed and skin then set aside.

Squeeze lemons and set lemon juice aside.

Next cut your tomato in 1/4 ‘s.

Then place tomato, onion and garlic in food processor puree.
Once pureed add avocado and lemon juice and puree until well blended and smooth.

Puree until all pieces are finely chopped and well blended.  Then put in refrigerator and chill prior to serving.  Although you can eat it chilled or room temperature it seems best when chilled.  Season with salt and pepper to your desired taste.  Note the use of lemon juice works great as a salt replacement allowing you to add less salt.  The lemon juice also works great to keep the guacamole green rather then turning brown. Enjoy.


We love to use this as a dip, dressing for salad as well as topping for Mexican dishes and spread for sandwiches.
Avocados are super healthy for you loaded with great nutritious good fats.  If you have a food processor it makes the process fast and painless.  If you don’t have one be sure to mince your items well and mix and smash until well blended. We use the lemon juice to cut down the amount of added salt you will need as well as to keep the color green rather then it turning brown.

For Spicy Guacamole:

You can spice your guacamole up with ease by using a raw jalapeno or jalapeno piece.  If you are in a rush and have fresh salsa on hand you can also add a spoonful of salsa to kick up the heat.  You can also add a few drops of a hot sauce of choice like a tabasco or other favorite.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. This one looks so thick and creamy:) Love guacamole:) 🙂

  2. billkard says:

    I really enjoyed this post. The information couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been looking for a new food processor and
    the information I found out will make the decision that much easier. Thanks alot.

    1. I am so glad the information was helpful and that you enjoyed it. Should you need any additional information, suggestions or help with anything anytime feel free to let us know. We are here to help in any way we can. You can write us direct at or through this web portal.

      P.s. One of the single most used devices we have and the one that makes all of our meals effortlessly is the food processor. There is a little very inexpensive one that we recommend and use called the Ninja that works great if you are looking to keep the cost down. The top of the line one is the Vitamix which you can process or blend in but runs several hundred dollars and has a lifetime guarantee on the motor. Both work wonderfully and serves different purposes. The Ninja will not last forever but will do a great job for atleast 2-5 years when used a lot. It keeps the costs low and gets the job done. The Vitamix is the one stop where you wont need another one again and it does everything from chopping, to blending all in one and last a lifetime. The cost is high but you are spending for a long term rather then a shorter term. We love the portability of the ninja the low cost and the easy cleaning ability. It makes perfect guacamole everytime and aids us in chopping up things quick for salads and more. Take care. Wishing you Great Love, Health & Abundant Happiness today and Always!!

  3. billkard says:

    I really liked this post. The information couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve been researching for a new food processor and
    the stuff I found out will make the choice that much easier. Thanks so much.

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