I am so happy that Avacados are on the list of approved Whole 30 Diet foods because this Zesty Guacamole Snack Recipe is delicious. Since starting this healthy eating cleanse, I have been conjuring up different Whole 30 snack ideas and one of my favorites is my Zesty Guacomole dip that I am sharing with you today. With my usual guac recipe, I typically add honey and sometimes even mayo which are both no-no’s according to the Whole 30 Basics. So, with this tasy recipe, I have added a natural sweetener that really takes this guac to the next level of amazing.
Ingredients for Whole 30 Diet Zesty Guacamole Snack Recipe
Zesty Guacamole Ingredients
- Two Avacados
- 7 mini tomatoes
- 2 Tbs White Onion
- 1/2 Mandarin Orange juiced
- 2 Tbs chopped Cilantro
- 1/2 Lime juiced
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- Mixing Spoon
Guacamole Whole 30 Snack Instructions
Making a Whole 30 snack doesn’t have to be complicated, and if you are a fan of guacamole, this recipe will be a new favorite. The Zest from the orange in this healthy snack makes the quacamole taste amazing and sets it apart from other recipes. And, since we can’t do corn chips, the sweet potato chips make an amazing and yummy alternative.
Zesty Guacamole Instructions
- Peel and remove the pit from the 2 Avacados
- Dice up 7-8 mini tomatoes
- Chop up two Tbs. of white onion
- Place all of the above in a bowl
- Add Lime juice
- Add Mandarine Orange Juice
- Add 1 tsp salt
- add 1 tsp garlic powder
- Mix everything together gently until you have the texture you desire
- Now just dip your sweet potato chips in and have a delicious Whole 30 approved snack
Whole 30 Update
Since I have been only doing this Whole 30 Diet for one week, I must admit, it is a challenge. Not anything crazy like giving birth and pushing a child out of a small hole kind of challenging (been there and done that). But more like, I just have to read every label and essentially make everything from scratch. In fact, while grocery shopping I found some Sweet Potato chips and was so excited because they were on the list of basic things you can eat while doing Whole 30. Unfortunitally, I ate the entire bag and then checked in with the group of bloggers I am doing this food cleanse with and they said it wasn’t approved because of the oils they are baked in. So, I had to scratch that and have been making my own sweet potato chips at home with a mandolin slicer and eating them with the delecious guac instead. I will have more on that next week on the home made sweet potato chips when I give you another update and another recipe that goes well with this Whole 30 Diet approved guacamole.
In other news, my stomach is flatter, my bloating is completely gone, and I feel healthier. I can certainly feel my body starting to lose the intense craving of needing sugar. On a side note, I am shocked at how sugar is in literally everything. Yuck.
(p.s- My kitchen is in the middle of being revamped.)
CHECK OUT THESE OTHER WHOLE 30 BLOGGERS
When you do Whole 30, I think it’s neccessary to do it with a group of people. I am so thankful to be doing this with a group of bloggers who are also dishing out recipies and updates. Check out what’s going on with these ladies this week:
- Life well Loved: Week two Whole30 Update
- Taz and Belly: Paleo Meatloaf Muffins
- Life Lutzurious: Whole 30 Facts
- Makeup Life Love: Whole 30 Week 2 Update
- Sunflower and Stilettos: Whole30 Week 2 Update
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