So you want to learn how to freeze guacamole — let us stop you right there. It’s important to know that when frozen and thawed, avocados lose most of that buttery, flavorful, and fresh taste that make Avocados From Mexico so delicious. That’s why we don’t recommend freezing your guacamole — flavor first!
The alternative? Try our tips for keeping guacamole from turning brown in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.
You should also keep in mind that Avocados From Mexico are always in season — that means you can always count on fresh, delicious guacamole, no matter how far ahead you’re planning.
Like anything, guacamole can be frozen — but don’t say we didn’t warn you. Frozen guac loses its fresh, buttery flavor and creamy texture that make Avocados From Mexico so delectable. Other fresh ingredients — like onions, jalapeños, and tomatoes — will not maintain their texture when they are frozen.
In lieu of freezing your guacamole, we recommend following our tips for keeping guacamole from turning brown. It will keep in the refrigerator for 1-2 days and will be much fresher and tastier than thawed guac will.
Of course, we don’t condone wasting leftover guacamole. Check out our guide to reducing food waste, and follow our avocado storage tips before continuing your search to learn how to freeze guacamole — trust us. We know a thing or two about avocados.