So if you talk to Aimee, she will say I stole this easy guacamole recipe from her. Don’t listen to a word she says!
Ok… maybe she inspired it a little bit! This simple recipe for gluten free guacamole takes only a few minutes to prepare and will be sure to be a great dip for chips or topping for your tacos.
A big thank you goes out to my wife Aimee! She is the mastermind behind all of these pictures! She makes it look so easy! I used to have process photos from my iPhone that just looked so terrible! Now I’m looking professional! Thanks boo!
As far as the ingredients, I typically put in half, mix it around and then add the remaining to taste. You may want more lime or more cilantro. Whatever works for you! Take a look at the recipe below and let me know how it works for you. Enjoy!
This gluten free guacamole pairs perfectly with my gluten free pico de gallo. It’s going to take you taco nights to a whole new level!
Taco Night Pro Tip – Compliment that Gluten Free Guacamole
Before I let you go, there is one pro-tip that most people overlook on taco night. You have the meat, you have the cheese, you have the pico, now you have great guacamole… but there is one final and crucial step to taco Tuesdays!
You MUST warm the taco shells. Room temperature taco shells just are not good enough. Take a little butter and put it on the taco shell and then pan fry each side until the shell is a little golden brown. This is probably the most important part. Trust me, I’ve been doing this for a while now and have tacos multiple time per week…
There is no excuse for room temperature taco shells! You already did all that work with everything else, go ahead and get that last step in! You can thank me later!
Lenny’s Easy Gluten Free Guacamole
This super easy guacamole will be sure to impress!
- 3 Avocados make sure they are ripe!
- 1 tbsp sea salt to taste
- 1 lime
- 1/4 cup Cilantro chopped
- 1/2 red onion chopped
Cut Avocados, slice them up, and scoop them into a medium sized bowl
add sea salt and squeeze the entire lime into the bowl
Add the cilantro and red onion
Mix all together! I like to use a fork to make it a little chunky but also creamy, its that easy! you can make it to the consistency of your liking.