Easy Guacamole Recipe with Salsa

A delicious classic that can be made spicy or plain and goes great with just about anything! An easy guacamole recipe with salsa that friends and family will love!

I love Mexican food. We make a lot of it at our house. We especially like Mexican dips (salsas, guacamoles, etc.) because 1. they are delicious, 2. they can be as spicy or plain as we want them to be, 3. they make great toppings for other foods, 4. they serve as perfect appetizers for parties/gatherings, and 5. they go well with margaritas.

Over the past few years we have perfected our homemade easy guacamole recipe with salsa and I must say, it is pretty darn tasty. Whenever I make it, it does not stay in our fridge for very long.

Easy guacamole recipe with salsa:

Chop up three avocados

Throw the avocados into a medium bowl, along with:

1/2 cup (or so) of chunky salsa (we use Hot, and it really helps to give this guac a nice zing)

4 oz. cream cheese

A dollup or two of sour cream

Add:

A splash or two of Worcestershire sauce

Juice from half a lemon

4 cloves of garlic

Salt & Pepper

I use a garlic press because I like for the garlic to seep into every pore of this guacamole!

Stir it all together.

Grab a bag of chips out of the pantry and devour this easy guacamole recipe with salsa!

Guacamole

A delicious classic that can be made spicy or plain and goes great with just about anything! An easy guacamole recipe with salsa that friends and family will love!

Contributed by Megan Porta from pipandebby.com.

Published Sept. 08, 2010

Serves: 2-4

Total time: 10 mins

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Ingredients:

  • 3 avocados
  • 1/2 cup chunky salsa (we use hot, and it really helps to give this guac a nice zing)
  • 4 oz. cream cheese
  • A dollup or two of sour cream
  • A splash of Worcestershire sauce
  • Juice from half a lemon
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • Salt & Pepper
Instructions:
  1. Combined all ingredients into a bowl, stir and serve.

I hope you enjoy this super easy guacamole recipe with salsa! Leave me a comment and let me know if you paired it with chips, tacos, enchiladas and how spicy you made it!