Homemade Guacamole

What’s better to serve on top of your tacos than some fresh guacamole! I love how creamy and filling guacamole can be, without all the carbs and it’s healthy for you too 😋 This recipe is quick to make, perfect for Taco Tuesday, and low carb and keto friendly. The ingredients are simple and I have a recipe at the bottom too! This is not a spicy guac, but if you’d like to turn up the heat, add a little cayenne pepper to the mix (but be mindful how much because it gets spicy quickly!)

I use limequats for lime juice instead of regular limes and it was so tasty! We have a limequat bush and it’s so awesome to have and use the fruit for our recipes. If you haven’t heard of limequats, they are a cross between a key lime and kumquat. So tasty! They are smaller than a key lime so I used 3 limequats in this recipe. If you have regular limes, just use one for the juice.

I also had leftover guacamole so I refrigerated it in a Tupperware with an avocado seed to keep it fresh. I made guac toast with it the next day for lunch with my special Sola bread that has only 2g net carbs per slice. Enjoy this recipe and let me know if you make it!

Slice avocados in half lengthwise and scoop out meat, remove seeds, saving one seed to set aside.
Mash up avocado meat and add in juice from your lime and salt.
Diced up onion, cilantro, and tomatoes, minced up the garlic clove. Add to avocados.
Mix everything in well and add the avocado seed back in to keep fresh. Refrigerate for 1 hour prior to serving.
Served on top of carne picada meat in my carb conscious tortilla! Yum!

Published by Melissa

A stay at home mom who loves to cook!

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