Guacamole is a Mexican dip that features predominantly the avocado, one of Paleo eaters’ favorite fruit
Guacamole is really quick and easy to make and will satisfy everybody. Avocados are almost 75% fat and most of it is monounsaturated, so it’s really a great thing to consume on a regular basis.
Avocados are also full of potassium, vitamin K, vitamin E and B vitamins. To my surprise, I discovered that they have a very high amount of fiber, 75% insoluble fiber and 25% soluble fiber.
Guacamole is usually consumed with tortillas, but we know better than corn and grains and prefer to have guacamole with raw vegetables or simply right off the spoon since it’s so good and healthy.
This recipe make about 2 1/2 cups.
Try not to eat it all right away and keep some for your guests or family!
P.S. Be sure to check out the Paleo Recipe Book. It’s a cookbook I’ve created to help you cook the best food for your health. It contains over 370 Paleo recipes and covers absolutely everything you’ll ever need.