Guacamole is a traditional Mexican food made with avocados. Although it is a healthy food, many people think guacamole is only for people who eat low-carb, but this is not true. You can enjoy guacamole without eating low-carb. In fact, you can eat guacamole without cutting carbs at all. Here is a guacamole recipe you can try at home.
Guacamole is a Mexican dish of mashed avocado with some seasoning added. It is frequently served with tortilla chips and sometimes used as a dip.
This guacamole recipe is one of my simple ways to make a healthy avocado dip. I often make it for my three girls as they love avocado on Mexican food. This is a low-carb dish as it only has 2 grams of carbs per serving, and is an easy dip to make.
Guacamole with no carbs
Guacamole simply makes everything better. This easy-to-follow dish is great as a snack with vegetables or as a topping for grilled chicken or burgers. This is a must-have for your low-carb stable.
Avocados should be peeled and mashed with a fork.
Combine the onion, lime juice, tomato, olive oil, cilantro, and garlic in a large mixing bowl.
Mix in the salt and pepper until everything is thoroughly mixed.
Crush 2 ripe avocados with a fork and combine with 2 tablespoons sour cream, lime juice, and salt for a faster guacamole. A slice of avocado with a tablespoon or two of salsa is also a great option.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can you dip in guacamole that is low-carb?
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Is guacamole good for low-carb diet?
Yes, guacamole is a low-carb food.
Is guacamole OK for keto?
Yes, guacamole is a keto-friendly food.