This is legit the BEST Easy Guacamole Recipe and the only one you need – it’s quick, simple to make, and a hit at every party! Also, it just so happens to be a Copycat Chipotle Guacamole recipe, so you can have the flavors of Chipotle without leaving your house! This post contains affiliate links for products I’m obsessed with.
This post was originally published on Sep 16, 2015 and is being republished today with new pics and some new updated info!
It’s National Guacamole Day.
Are you celebrating? I certainly am…this might be one of my new favorite holidays.
Now that I know it exists. #thanksinstagram
Anyway, if you haven’t heard already, Chipotle has given out their “secret” guacamole recipe on their website.
Best gift ever, right? I die for their guac…and even though I have been making it at home for years (my friend Jen taught me the ways long ago), there is just something about Chipotle’s that makes me overpay for it every single time. #green-gold
Ingredients for Copycat Chipotle Guacamole
- 2–3 ripe Hass avocados – the riper, the better
- juice from one lime – or more to taste
- fresh cilantro – you can omit if you aren’t a fan…or use extra if you love it (I love it)
- diced red onion – if you want to get rid of some of the bite
- jalapeño – you could also use serano pepper
- coarse kosher salt – super key ingredient for the best guacamole
The funny thing – after reading their recipe, I have NO idea what that something is. Because I’ve been making guac the exact same way as them: same ingredients and same amounts. Well, I don’t usually put my jalapeno seeds in.
Hmmm…maybe I should?
How to Make Easy Guacamole
It’s super easy to make your own guacamole at home! Just simply:
- Mash your avocados. I actually use a potato masher to make mine…I’m pretty sure they aren’t this method at Chipotle, or anywhere else for that matter. But it works for us.
- Mix in the remaining ingredients. Add everything else in, then stir to combine.
- Taste and season. I love using a chip to for tasting instead of a spoon, because it gives you a good idea if you need more salt in your guac or not. If you aren’t eating your guac with chips, then you can just use a spoon!
It really couldn’t be easier to make at home or make to bring to a party. I constantly get asked for this recipe, by the way, so if you need a quick crowd pleasing appetizer, look no further.
It’s totally FIX approved, too, as long as you measure in the BLUE container. I actually love to make it ahead of time and use it on Taco salads. Here’s a trick to keeping it fresh – leave an avocado pit in the bowl and your guacamole won’t turn brown.
So cool, right?
And if you want to make homemade chips, follow the first part of my Sheet Pan Nachos recipe!
Yummy recipes to make with this Guacamole
Healthy Instant Pot Airfryer Chicken Taquitos
21 Day Fix Guacamole (Chipotle Copy Cat Recipe)
- 2-3 ripe Hass avocados
- Juice from one lime
- 2 tablespoons cilantro chopped
- 1/4 cup red onion finely chopped
- 1/2 jalapeño with or without seeds (finely chopped)
- 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
- Choose the right avocado. It should feel squishy yet firm (like the palm of your hand), and be a nice dark green color on the inside.
- Cut the avocado in half and the remove the pit (carefully!)
- Scoop the avocados and place in a medium bowl.
- Toss and coat with juice from half of a lime.
- Add the salt and using a fork or potato masher, mash until a smooth consistency is achieved.
- Fold in the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Taste the guacamole on a chip and adjust seasoning if necessary. I like to add more lime juice!
Can this seriously be MY new job??? Who gets to do this everyday??? #thatsalotofblues
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So actually, a quarter of an avocado is a blue, so if this recipe makes 2 servings, each of those servings is FOUR BLUE not ONE BLUE.
I’m not sure why it said that…as I said in my post, I measure my guacamole in my blue container :).
Under the blue container in the 21 Day Fix book it says Avocado, MASHED or 1/4 medium. So you can measure it either way. 🙂
Rebekah Ruth says
I couldn’t agree with you more: #greengold Yes, I know guac is extra…I’ll pay. 🙂 But I have been making their recipe at home for about a year and I had the same thought…it’s basically what I’ve made before. But…the seeds…I think that’s the difference. I still don’t think it tastes exactly like the perfection that I get in the restaurant, but it’s darn close and it’s the best at home guac ever. So glad you posted it so more can enjoy! Now if I could just remove the calories from tortilla chips.
Right? Because dipping with veggies is not the same thing!!! Hope everything is going well with you!!!