I’ve never shared my guacamole recipe publicly before. Sure, I’ve passed it to a few friends and family over the years, but it’s never been published. I’ve had a platform for sharing all of my recipes for a long time, but this one I held close. It turns out, I waited for the perfect time and the perfect partner in California Avocados.
I can’t imagine publishing a guacamole recipe anywhere else!
When the food photography and blogging session I pitched, co-hosted with Kacy Meinecke, got the green light, and I found out that California Avocado Commission (CAC) was a conference sponsor, I knew we had to work together. They agreed to my request for a few complimentary avocados in exchange for the recipe.
My delicious, hand-crafted, onion-free, serrano-full, craveable guacamole recipe is now available at CAC!
I got some push back in the room on the lack of onions, but I’ll tell you like I told them — onions are the easiest way to ruin good food! There are some caveats to that statement; but in general, I err on the side of cooking in an onion-free zone!
Read all about the entire FitBloggin’ Guacamole Experience, and check out some of the exceptional photos Kacy snapped of the prep process.
It was a thrill to share one of my favorite recipes with some of my favorite people while teaching them how to do this kind of blogging a little better.
Don’t forget! We shared this blueberry lemonade recipe with everyone during our session, too.
Lemonade and guacamole? A match made in food blogging heaven!
Photos by Kacy Meinecke Photography