Top Rated Guacamole Recipes

This seven-layer dip replaces sour cream with nonfat Greek yogurt, which is healthier and equally creamy. I've also topped it off with some feta cheese and Greek Kalamata olives, which I find more flavorful than conventional olives. Delicious and healthy. Enjoy with pita or pita chips!
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Quinoa Kale Patties
These vegetarian patties are great option for a healthy appetizer or even a Meatless monday dinner. Cut them in half and serve with simple spreads like guacamole, salsa, or olive tapenade!
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Vegan Portobello and Peach Burger
Make the most of the summer produce by filling your mushroom burger with grilled peaches and freshly made guacamole.This recipe is courtesy of Green Kitchen Stories.
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Bean and Cheese Recipe
Here is a quick and easy way to get started on making your own burritos. 
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4.5

Angie's Enchiladas Verdes
These enchiladas are addictive. You can straight up eat the filling by itself if there's too much left over (I have). But I can't claim credit for the recipe. It's my girlfriend's, adapted from a family recipe and gleaned from years of growing up in San Antonio. She says there are four central things that will make your enchiladas a success: using thigh meat, fresh ground cumin, frying and dousing the tortillas in tomatillo salsa before rolling them up, and lastly, having the right accoutrements. Don't mess with her accoutrements, man: thinly-sliced radishes, lime wedges, pickled jalapeño, cilantro, and Mexican cheese. Refried beans and guacamole make a nice added touch, but if you're just trying to get the essentials right, well then, here you go.
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Best Breakfast Tacos
They're simple, and yet so many fail so often to allow these simple breakfast standbys to really stand out. Smooth refried beans, steamed flour tortillas, chorizo, cheese, and crunchy fried potatoes — that's it. If you want to gussy them up, whip up a batch of fresh simple salsa and guac, or add some scrambled egg. If you don't have time to make your own refried beans, get a can of refried beans and doctor them up with a diced onion, hot sauce, water, and a handful of cheese to make them even tastier. Great in the mornings with kids, or for hangovers if you're still acting like one, and a quick savory dish if you're setting out to have breakfast for dinner. Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Crunchy Tortilla Chip Cookies with Avocado Frosting
A few years ago, I watched an episode of “Good Eats”, where Alton Brown made avocado ice cream. Up until that time, I had never seen anything but savory applications for the delectable and nutritious fruit (yes, fruit, because of the “seed” or pit in the middle). So I began experimenting on my own. Starting with the classic potato chip cookie recipe I used to make as a kid, I thought it would be fun to use tortilla chips instead, playing on a sort of “guacamole and chips” type theme. Most of my friends and family approached the idea with trepidation. ”Guacamole on a cookie!?” I assured them that I did not use guacamole in the frosting, but just the avocado and lime juice. Needless to say, these crunchy cookies, with their silky avocado cream cheese frosting, have been a favorite Cinco de Mayo tradition ever since. If you want a more flat/delicate cookie, just eliminate the parchment paper and bake on an ungreased cookie sheet. And believe it or not, that beautiful green color lasts a long time, with the addition of the lime juice. Be sure to zest the lime first, because that’s what gives these cookies a real pop. Crunchy Tortilla Chip Cookies with Avocado Frosting 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 egg yolk 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup crushed tortilla chips 1 cup mashed ripe avocado 2 ounces cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup powdered sugar 2 teaspoons lime juice 1/8 teaspoon salt zest of 2 limes Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugars with an electric mixer. Add egg yolk and vanilla and combine well. Stir in flour and tortilla chips. Drop by teaspoon 1 inch apart onto a parchment lined baking sheet and flatten slightly. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 11-14 minutes, or until edges start to become golden brown. In the meantime, combine avocado, cream cheese, powdered sugar, lime juice and salt in a small bowl. Set aside. Allow cookies to cool on cookie sheet 2 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. Frost cookies with avocado mixture, top with zest and serve immediately. Makes 3 dozen cookies
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Add a little spice to your breakfast with this delicious burrito!
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Mission Style Burrito
Here's a simple recipe to make mission-style burritos at home. 
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Combine spicy Mexican flavors and quacamole in a twist on a classic club sandwich.  Click here to see 10 Great Bacon and Avocado Recipes
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Craving tacos but not sure what to do? We’ve got you covered! Our Beyond Beef crumbles will have you saying ¡Ole! all the way to the kitchen table and your guests saying “Mas Por Favor!” View more recipes online: www.beyondmeat.com/healthy-recipes
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nachos
Revamp your nachos recipe with ground beef and spices!
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