A glance inside your fridge may uncover ample amounts of colorful, fresh fruit. A second look may reveal that the fruit is fully ripe and ready to eat — all at the same time. How will you use all of your fresh-fruit inventory before any goes to waste?
Able to highlight natural flavors, add a hit of complementary heat, or unite savory and sweet ingredients, guacamole provides a delicious and versatile option that pairs well with fresh fruit. It even uses a fruit — avocados — as a base.
Here are five fruit guacamole recipes to help you enjoy the ripefruit in your fridge.
5 Fruit Guacamole Recipes
Fresh strawberries combine with jalapeño peppers in this sweet and spicy recipe. Onion, lime, and cilantro add more traditional guacamole flavors.
Featured fruit: strawberry, lime.
Tajín and chamoy sauce season this guacamole starring diced mango. Save any leftover dip and serve it atop salads as a fruit-filled dressing or creamy topping.
Featured fruit: mango, lime.
Grilled peaches pair with caramelized onions in this fruit guacamole recipe. Fresh sage, thyme, and chives subtly season the mix.
Featured fruit: peach, lime.
Ancho chiles and jalapeños pack a heated punch in this unconventional plum guacamole. Walnuts, sesame seeds, and red onions add complimentary crunch.
Featured fruit: plum, lime.
This multipart recipe reaches deep into your fridge and spice cabinet to create a sweet fruit guacamole variation. Maple syrup, nutmeg, and cinnamon unite berry, kiwi, pomegranate, sweet potato, and cream flavors.
Featured fruit: Gooseberry, strawberry, kiwi, pomegranate, lemon.
Before cooking with the fruit inventory in your fridge, talk to your doctor about incorporating these fruit guacamole recipes into your diet. Once you get the go-ahead, mix, mash, and enjoy the fruits of your guacamole labor.
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