This guacamole recipe takes about 15 minutes to make, perfect for a last minute appetizer. It uses lime juice and orange juice, cut up tomatoes, and shallots instead of onions to give it a little less bite. Dip some veggies in it and watch it disappear!


4 ripe avocados 2 small limes (or 1 large) 1 tablespoon orange juice 1 teaspoon garlic powder 2 teaspoons kosher salt 1 large tomato 1 medium shallot

Cut an avocado in half and remove the pit. Cut the green flesh into pieces while it's in the skin, then use a spoon to scoop it out into the bowl. Repeat with the other 3 avocados.

Measure out the orange juice and add it to the avocado. Cut the limes in half and juice them over the bowl to add to the avocados.

Measure out the garlic powder and kosher salt and add to the bowl with the avocados. Use a fork to mash everything to a smooth consistency.

Slice the tomato then cut it into small pieces with a sharp knife. Dice the shallot as well and add both to the guacamole.

Use a spoon to gently mix everything together. Taste and add more salt if needed, then serve with chips & veggies!

Is guacamole & avocado the same thing?

They are not the same thing. Guacamole is made primarily with avocado, but also lime juice, salt, & other ingredients.