October 3, 2012

bomb dot com guacamole

Simple and Delicious Guacamole Recipe

My guacamole is seriously THE bomb dot com.

Plus, it's super easy to make. 

Lauren's Top Shelf 
Bomb-dot-com Guacamole


1/2 Lime
Garlic Powder
Onion [amount up to you]
Tomato [amount up to you]
2 Avocado
1/4 jalapeno
 [Side note: in the picture posted above I was out of jalapeno so I just used a yellow bell pepper in place.]

1. Begin with mixing equal parts garlic powder and salt [approximately 1/4 tbsp.]
in the mixing bowl, followed by squeezing lime juice into bowl.

2. Cut avocados in half and de-seed. Slice the inner part of the avocados diagonally in both directions so you have numerous "x's" through out all 4 halves.

3. Dice onion and tomato into small pieces. 
Remove some of the seeds from the jalapenos [all of them if you don't like spicy!]
and dice it into tiny pieces as well.

4. Mix avocado, onion, tomato, and jalapeno in with the lime and spice mixture. Mash together with a fork (it's easier than a spoon)! Mix until it is the perfect texture. Taste test and squeeze left over lime juice over the top & add additional spices if needed.

Simple and Delicious Guacamole Recipe

I enjoy my guacamole with Blue Corn Tortilla or mixed in with brown rice, 
feel free to combine with any recipe though.


  1. Reading through this recipe the elvis presley and was with ya until the bacon...now to be honest I have never had anything with bacon that didn't taste yummy so I think I'm going to have to give this a try :) LOL

  2. That sounds so awesome. I have never made my own but I know people who have and homemade is the way to go! Looks delicious!

  3. Sounds yummy. Will have to try this sometime. The second picture makes me want to take a bite out of the screen. Seriously. Lol.

  4. I love Elvis and have always wanted to try this. Now maybe I will.

  5. This recipe is the Bomb! I will have to make this real soon. I love Guacamole and I love jalapenos. This would be great with my homemade tortillas.

  6. I love guacamole, and this is a great recipe.


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