Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

Summer is avocado season so it’s the perfect time to slice them up for a snack or whip up some guacamole using this recipe! I love this guacamole recipe and it is the perfect appetizer for a summer party or just a quick and easy treat. And it’s super healthy too!

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

Ingredients:

  • 4 avocados
  • 2 pinches of salt
  • 2 chopped tomatoes
  • 1 bushel of cilantro
  • 2 slices of onions
  • 2 1/2 limes

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

Directions:

1. Cut the 4 avocados in half, and scoop out the inside putting all together in a large bowl. Gently mash the avocados together.

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

2. Rinse the tomatoes. Cut the outer part of the tomatoes, leaving the inside separate. Thinly slice the tomatoes into small pieces and add to the bowl.

3. Rinse the cilantro and bunch together to chop into small pieces. Add to bowl.

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

4. Cut the limes in half and squeeze the lime juice into the bowl.

5. Take your onion and cut two slices off the side. Dice into small pieces and add to bowl.

6. Take two heaping pinches of salt and add to bowl.

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

7. Mix all ingredients together in bowl until well mixed. (Test the guacamole to see if you need extra lime or salt, everyone has a different pallet)

8. Serve and enjoy!!

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

Easy Summer Recipe: Fresh Guacamole | Katherine Schwarzenegger

xo,

Katherine

3 Comments

  1. susan hardisty says:

    Wow! KS! This is great guack!! :-) sjh

  2. The final guacamole that you serve does not look at all like the recipe you prepared!

    Where’s the tomatoes?

    How odd!

  3. Joseph Reesha says:

    Will try the Cuacamole… Looking forward to adding a new one to the mix!