Simple Weight Watchers Whipped Guacamole Recipe
Whipped guacamole is a delicious and healthy alternative to traditional guacamole.
It’s made with all of the same ingredients but the avocado is whipped into a light and fluffy consistency. The fluffy texture makes it perfect for dipping chips or spreading on sandwiches.
Best of all, it’s super easy to make! All you need is a food processor or blender.
It’s a quick and easy appetizer, dip, or topping for your favorite Mexican dish.
Made with avocado, lime juice, olive oil, salt, garlic, jalapeno, tomatoes, and green onions. Perfect as a dip for vegetables or tortilla chips.
If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious dip or spread, look no further than whipped guacamole!
Weight Watchers Points
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4 WW Smart Points
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Avocados are a nutrient-rich fruit that offers a variety of health benefits. They are a good source of vitamins C, E, and K, as well as fiber and potassium, and are also high in monounsaturated fats.
While avocados are high in calories, they are a nutritious and versatile fruit that can be enjoyed in many different ways.
When selecting an avocado, look for one that is soft but not mushy. The skin should be dark green or black, and the flesh should be light green. Avoid avocados with brown spots or discoloration.
The green onion, also known as the spring onion or scallion, is a type of onion that is harvested early, before the bulb has had a chance to fully develop.
Green onions have a long, white stalk and a small, dark green bulb. The entire onion – both the stalk and the bulb – is edible, and they have a milder flavor than mature onions.
Green onions are often used as a garnish or in salads, but they can also be cooked and used as an ingredient in many dishes.
When choosing green onions, look for ones with crisp, green stalks and avoid those with wilted leaves or brown spots. Store them in the refrigerator in a plastic bag or wrap them in damp paper towels to keep them fresh for up to a week.
What to serve with
Weight Watchers Vegetable Quesadilla
This quick and easy, Mexican meal is healthy, and tasty! It’s filled with your favorite vegetables, and fat free cheese.
Amazing Crockpot Weight Watchers Shredded Chicken Nachos
So good, and so easy! You’ll never want to make nachos any other way again.
Weight Watchers Low Fat Pita Chips
If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to potato chips, give low-fat pita chips a try! Pita chips are easy to make at home and they’re a lot healthier than potato chips.
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Simple Weight Watchers Whipped Guacamole
- In a food processor, add avocado, garlic, fresh lime juice, extra virgin olive oil, and salt. Process mixture approximately 1 minute, pausing to scrape down sides if and when needed, or until it's smooth.
- Transfer to a serving bowl.
- Top the guacamole with sliced grape tomatoes, green onions, and pickled jalapeno pepper.
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