No Fail Creamy Guacamole

No Fail Creamy Guacamole

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Spring and Summer Foods with No Fail Guacamole

This Guacamole recipe is easy and will compliment any menu! Just a few ingredients makes this recipe easy to make and fast!

Warmer days are finally here and with COVID-19 starting to be a part of the past we are looking forward to the warms days and nights with friends and family.

While Avacados in just about any form are a favorite of mine a truly creamy guacamole can go with just about any meal.

This is a no fail guac recipe we have been using for years. So we are going to show you how to make this creamy yumminess for your friends and family with a simple set of instructions and just a few ingredients. Before we get into making some guacamole  here are a few tips to keep in mind.

When is an Avacado Ripe?

We look for the skin turning a dark green (or black for Haas Avacados) and the fruit is a bit soft but still firm. If the Avacado is soft it may still be perfect to eat however, if you see brown or discoloration spots when it is cut open then, don’t eat it. You want that fresh spring green through and through for your avacados.


No Fail Creamy Guacamole

A simple Guacamole recipe  to enjoy anytime. This recipe has only 3 ingredients and is super easy to make.

This is a favorite to serve with chips, crackers or as a part of burritos, tacos, dressing for salads.

Guacamole with Jalapenos

Making a larger quantity is easy. Just double or triple the ingredients.

  • Author: Jenpardee



1 fresh avacado

1 fresh lime

1 fresh jalapeno pepper (finely diced and chopped

1/3 of one onion (either white or purple), finely chopped

1 pinch of salt

Water (between 2 and 4 ounces)


You will also need  a hand blender or food processor. I usually use a Magic Bullet or Ninja

Cut the avacado open and scrape the flesh into the blender.

Juice the lime and add the juice to the avacado in the blender/Ninja.

Add about 2 ounces of water to the blender.

Buzz the avacado until it is creamy. You may need to add water. Blending the avacado does make it thicker. Add small amounts of water at a time (between 1 – 2 ounces). I usually don’t need more than 3-4 ounces of what when I make a single serving of this recipe.

Add the chopped onions, jalapeno and a pinch of salt. Mix and eat.



Guacamole Seasonings:

There are many options for seasoning Guacamole. Pre-seasoned spice packets are a great option for more intense flavor. I recommend using the 2x or 3x of the ingredients in this case. The salt content can be high in pre-seasoned spice packets.

Other Flavors

  1. A fresh clove of garlic – crush it and mix it in
  2. Cilantro – Yes! Chop it finely and sprinkle on top or mix it in. Use as much as you want.
  3. Green Onion – Finely Chopped and mixed in to taste
  4. Hot Pepper – Dry flakes or fresh Thai, or cayenne papers will ad a bit more fire.

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