Guacamole dip with pomegranate seeds

We must say that is not new that we are in love with avos, we use them to make multiple recipes. Guacamole is one of our favorites, very easy and quick to make, so it’s a perfect option when you are starving and you need to put something in your mouth, before you let your fridge and your pantry empty.

It’s a healthy snack, because avocado is a super nutritious fruit and the tortilla chips we use are bio, they are wonderfully amazing and don’t taste like the normal ones, they have a soft flavour. As far as possible, we try to buy bio products, they are a bit expensive but you can taste the difference. Remember, you are what you eat.

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Hey there, avocado faces!

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It is not a secret that we are in love with avos, we use them to make multiple recipes. Guacamole is one of our favorites, very easy and quick to make, so it’s a perfect option when you are starving and you need to put something in your mouth, before you let your fridge and your pantry empty.

It’s a healthy snack, because avocado is a super nutritious fruit and the tortilla chips we use are organic, they are wonderfully amazing and don’t taste like the normal ones, they have a soft flavour. As far as possible, we try to buy organic products, they are a bit expensive but you can taste the difference. Remember, you are what you eat.

Here is our guacamole recipe for 2 people:

– 3 ripe avocados.

– 1 onion shallot.

– 1 juice lime.

– A handful of cherry tomatoes.

– Salt.

– Olive oil.

– Pomegranate seeds.

Chop the onion shallot very small, add it into a bowl with the smashed ripe avocados (it won’t taste the same if they are not ripe) and cut the cherry tomatoes in dices. Put some olive oil, the juice of one lime, salt and mix everything. You can put some pomegranate seeds on top and…

Tadaaaaaaa!!! Easy peasy lemonsqueeze.

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With only a few ingredients  you can enjoy a healthy goodness guacamole dip. Beautiful isn’t it?

Don’t forget to make it with love.

Irene & Lydia,

Berry Bites Blog.


¡Hola, hola!

No es un secreto que nos encantan los aguacates, los utilizamos en muchísimas de nuestras recetas. El guacamole es uno de nuestros tentempiés favoritos, muy sencillo y rápido de hacer, y está taaaan rico. Es una buena opción, cuando estás hambriento y necesitas algo rápido que llevarte a la boca, antes de dejar el frigorífico y los armarios de la cocina vacíos.

Es un aperitivo saludable, los aguacates contienen unas propiedades excelentes, son ricos en vitamina E, contribuyendo a retrasar el envejecimiento. También tiene una alta cantidad de omega 3. Es un fruto excelente para cuidar tu salud y bienestar.

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El guacamole siempre suele ir acompañado de tortitas de maíz, esto no significa que vaya a dejar de ser sano; nosotras utilizamos tortitas de maíz bio. Tienen un sabor más suave y siguen estando riquísimas, al menos a nosotras nos gustan más.

Aquí está la receta de nuestro guacamole con semillas de granada para 2 personas:

– 3 aguacates maduros.

– 1 chalota.

– Zumo de una lima.

– Un puñado de tomates cherry.

– Sal al gusto.

– Aceite de oliva.

– Semillas de granada.

Pela, parte y tritura los aguacates con un tenedor (cuanto más maduros estén, más fácil será y más rico estará). Añade la chalota picada y los tomates partidos en trocitos. A continuación añade un poco de aceite de oliva, sal y el zumo de una lima. Mezcla todo para que quede homogéneo, añade unas semillas de granada por encima y… ¡listo!

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Con unos pocos ingredientes, tendrás preparado tu guacamole.

¡Ahora a disfrutarlo!

Irene y Lydia, x.

Berry Bites Blog

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