Recipe: Whipped Avocado Dip


Summertime is all about friends and family dropping by to spend lazy afternoons in the garden or by the pool. When I had unexpected (but not unwelcome) company at my door, I needed a quick and delicious appetizer pronto. After looking through my fridge and pantry, I was able to find two avocados, a lime, and some pita chips. With the help of my food processor, I was able to create a creamy, dreamy avocado dip that wowed my guests but was still super easy to put together!

Whipped Avocado Dip allows the avocado to really shine, highlighting its mild sweetness and creamy texture. With only three ingredients needed, this dip will definitely become your unexpected summer guest go-to!

This is how you make it. Just toss the flesh of two ripe avocados into the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade.











Sprinkle in some kosher salt.











And add a BIG squeeze of lime juice (about half a large lime). Then all you need to do is turn the machine on high and blend until smooth. Taste the dip and adjust seasonings as needed.











Gently spoon the dip into a pretty bowl and serve alongside pita or tortilla chips and you have an elegant (but simple) appetizer for all your summer parties.











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Recipe: Whipped Avocado Dip

Total Time: 10 minutes

Serves: 4


  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • Juice of half a large lime


  1. In the bowl of a food processor, combine avocados, salt, and lime juice. Turn the food processor on high and blend until smooth.
  2. Taste the dip and adjust seasonings as needed. Spoon dip into a pretty bowl and serve alongside pita chips, tortilla chips, or raw veggies!

Nutritional Information:

(1 serving, about 3 tablespoons): Calories: 112 | Fat: 10gm | Saturated fat: 1gm | Carbohydrates: 7gm | Sodium: 296mg | Fiber: 5gm | Protein: 1gm | Cholesterol: 0mg
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Catherine is a registered dietitian, whose love of all things food and cooking started during her study abroad in Italy. She believes that all foods fit into a healthy diet (even chocolate cake), food tastes better when you cook it yourself, and that a well-stocked pantry is a lifesaver. Check her out at Simply a (RD) Foodie.

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