Vegans, part-time vegans, plant lovers, avocado enthusiasts, and everything in between — you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite 100% plant-based, vegan guacamoles. The following recipes are easy to make at home and begging for a spot on your dairy-free, meatless table.
Ripe avocados are deliciously meaty — but rest assured, these guacs are herbivore-friendly.
This guac will have guests raving. It’s supercharged with plant-based ingredients: tender, sautéed tofu; crunchy cucumbers; and fresh tomatoes. Serve with whole-grain crackers.
Hatch chiles are mild enough for just about anybody’s heat tolerance… yet they make for a spicy conversation topic when blended into creamy guacamole!
This nutty guacamole is made with pine nuts and quinoa — which is technically a seed but is classified as a whole grain. It boasts a blend of rustic flavors, from garlic to turmeric and cayenne pepper.
Is your heart in Havana? This guacamole delivers a host of favorite Latin flavors, with pan-fried plantains, black beans, and Cuban seasoning.
Naan other than the best vegan guacamole for you! This Indian-spiced guacamole is blended with aromatic curry powder, hearty chickpeas, and sesame seeds. Scoop with toasted naan bread.
Bring the umami, woodsy flavor of portobello mushrooms to your next batch of guac. Serve on seed crackers for a crunchy bite.
Can you handle the heat? Go bold with a vegan guacamole that’ll make you break a sweat.
Two spicy peppers and cayenne just weren’t enough. Meet the three musketeers of this spicy guac: jalapeño, serrano, and Fresno chile peppers. Yow!
This guacamole has quite the range: creamy, mashed avocado; tangy apple cider vinegar; blood orange; and fiery habanero chile that keeps you on your toes.
The vegan lifestyle is pretty sweet when you have fruity guac.
Creamy avocados and tart pineapple chunks are a match made in — well, guacamole! This recipe over-delivers on zing and gives a little delightful sting (thanks to the jalapeños).
Your guests will gush about this surprisingly simple recipe. Pomegranate arils (those are the seeds) are small, yet they pack a tart punch. This recipe plates beautifully, thanks to the contrasting green and red colors.
The guacamole doesn’t fall far from the apple tree with this recipe. Take your pick of sweet apples (honey crisp, fuji, gala, etc.) for this dessert-like treat.
If you love classic guac but want to reach out a little, this recipe is the pick of the patch. It’s got all the tried-and-true flavors of traditional guacamole, with the addition of ripe strawberries.
Warning: You might find it difficult to not eat this guacamole with a spoon. Indulge your sweet tooth without the guilt. This recipe whirls together ripe avocado, coconut cream, and guava pulp.
Whether you’re looking for a snack or you’re feeding a crowd, guacamole is delicious just the way you make it: salty, sweet, vegan … in a word, perfect. Discover more guacamole dips and recipes here.