Easy Keto Low-Carb Guacamole Avocado Dip is a quick recipe for the best guacamole, keto chips, and other dippers you can find. Serve this dish as an appetizer at events and parties or nibble on it as a snack. This dip is low carb and has the perfect macros for the keto diet and lifestyle. Ditch the store-bought and make your own!
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Guacamole is a dip that is rich in avocados. It is often used in Mexican cusisine (among many others) and served as a dip, condiment or salad.
Is Guacamole Low Carb, Keto and Keto-Friendly? Is Guacamole Ok on Keto?
Guacamole is perfect for the keto diet and lifestyle because the main ingredient in the recipe is avocado. Avocado works wonders for keto because it’s low in carbs (consisting mostly of dietary fiber) and high in monounsaturated fat (the good kind).
Is Guacamole Good For the Keto Diet? Is Guacamole a Low-Carb Food?
Avocado is often touted as magical for keto. It’s actually considered a fruit and is low in sugar in comparison to others. It’s also low in sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fat.
Is Guacamole High in Carbs?
This recipe has only 2 net carbs per serving. The entire dish makes 10 servings. Guac shouldn’t be loaded with carbs if you stick to the traditional ingredients.
How Many Carbs Are in the Chipotle Guacamole?
The guacamole at Chipotle has 2 net carbs per serving, but one regular sized portion of their guacamole has 4 total servings. Meaning, if you eat the entire thing, that is 8 net carbs total.
What To Eat With Keto Guacamole
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Easy Keto Low-Carb Guacamole Avocado Dip
- 4 medium avocados peeled
- 1/4 cup chopped tomatoes this was about 1/4 of a medium tomato
- 1/2 lime juice of
- 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
- 1/2 – 1 chopped jalapeno
- 1/2 cup chopped red onion I am a huge fan of onion, so I sometimes add more.
- salt to taste
- Cut the avocados in half and then remove the pits.
- Scoop out the avocado and place in a medium bowl.
- Toss and coat with lime juice.
- Add the salt and using a fork or potato masher, mash until completely smooth.
- Fold in the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Taste the guacamole (over and over) and adjust seasoning if necessary.