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Fruity avocado dip recipe

Fruity avocado dip recipe

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This dish is a little different than the average avocado dip. Wonderful for summer barbecues.

4 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • 1 avocado, peeled, stone removed and diced
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons finely chopped red onion
  • 1 teaspoon finely chopped seeded Scotch bonnet chilli
  • 12 red grapes, halved
  • 100g fresh diced peaches
  • salt to taste
  • 2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds (optional)

MethodPrep:20min ›Ready in:20min

  1. Gently mash the avocado with the onion and chilli in a bowl. Mix in the grapes and peaches. Season with salt and if desired, garnish with pomegranate seeds to serve.

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by jenw

I adore guacamole so I've tried it with mangoes in the past. But I never thought of adding peaches, plums, or pomegranate. This is one of my new favorites!-29 Nov 2008

Awesome Avocado Dill Dip Recipe for Beautiful Skin

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Last updated on November 17th, 2020 at 12:52 pm

This vegan, alkaline, gluten-free and garlic-rich avocado dip is a very versatile and a multitasking fellow.

It’s a true Beauty Bite and whether you eat it or put it on your skin or hair – it can do miracles.

The ingredients complement each other in a very gentle and beautiful way and if you let the avocado dill dip do what it does best – perform in a Wrap – you will be amazed.

It gives a nice fresh and flavorful contrast to a cooked meal (lentils, potatoes, chickpeas, beans), which makes it complete.

I normally use this avocado dill dip in the traditional way – as food. And today I had it as well. It’s perfect for wraps, burritos, tortillas, tacos, carambaaa…


I use this dip or sauce or whatever you’d like to call it in a number of meals. It has a very fresh, yet fragrant flavor thanks to our buddy Garlic.

  • Avocado is great for your skin, your hair and your health. It prevents cancer, inflammation and is bursting with antioxidants. The green fat fruit with a huge seed inside, as my mother likes to call avocado, contains Biotin, which is an important vitamin for hair and nail strength.
  • Dill has antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-cancer properties. It contains a lot of Iron and Calcium – both important for skin health maintenance.
  • Lemon is highly alkalizing and full of vitamin C, which is important for the synthesis of collagen – the protein, that holds the skin together and makes it nice and firm. So to summarize it: more lemonizing, less wrinkling.
  • Garlic is not the one you want to mess around with – Garlic fights cancer, viruses, fungi, bacteria, psoriasis, acne, even vampires and lowers blood pressure. It can also make your hair grow and before you know it you’ll look like cousin Itt from the Addams Family (not to be confused with Stephen King’s It – nobody should ever look like that). Can you do any of that?

And there’s more!

As you see, the ingredients of this dip are pretty great on their own. But bring them 2gether and they’re even more beneficial for your skin and health.

For example, vitamin C from the lemon increases the absorption of Selenium from the garlic. Selenium is an antioxidant mineral, shown to also prevent cancer.

Further the combination of vitamin C from lemon with vitamin E from avocado increases the antioxidant properties of both vitamins. This way evil free radicals have no chance at damaging your skin.

And now you know why I use this dip in almost every recipe. (and have even put it on my face – it’s that great)

Sweet Potato French Fries with Avocado Dipping Sauce

Pair these perfect air fried sweet potato fries with a creamy avocado dipping sauce.


For the Sweet Potato Fries:

  • 2 large sweet potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • salt & pepper to taste

For the Avocado Dipping Sauce:

  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 2 tablespoons plain yogurt or sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro
  • lime juice from 1/2 a lime
  • 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • salt & pepper to taste


Slice sweet potatoes into 1/4-inch slices.

Toss slices with olive oil, garlic powder, paprika, salt, and pepper.

Place half of the sliced potatoes in air fryer basket. Set to 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 14 minutes. Halfway through cook time, shake up the basket.

While cooking the second batch, place all avocado dipping sauce ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Serve dip with sweet potatoes.

Additional Notes

Making sweet potatoes fries is super simple because you just drizzle olive oil and season as desired &ndash no measuring if you don&rsquot want to!

Paprika is key here since it balances the sweetness! SO YUM! Making these fries in the air fryer is so convenient (but you can definitely bake them in the oven instead).

Note: I split up these fries into two batches to avoid overcrowding in my air fryer.

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Creamy Avocado Dip

This ultra-creamy dip is packed with protein and healthy fats.

Is avocado dip healthy?

Yes! Avocados are packed with tons of good-for-you stuff: monounsaturated fatty acis (yes, the good kinda fat), more potassium than a banana, and fiber. (Which also makes guacamole a super healthy game day appetizer.) To make this dip creamy, we simply stirred in half a cup of plain Greek yogurt, which also has nutritional clout thanks to protein and probiotics.

How can I make this dip spicy?

This dip is basically a blank canvas&mdashand like guacamole, can go in SO many different directions depending on what flavors you like. If you want it spicy, you can stir in crushed red pepper flakes, a minced jalapeño, or a pinch of cayenne. If you want it smoky, stir in some chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, paprika, or chipotle powder.

How can I make this vegan?

You can sub in vegan yogurt, like soy or coconut! Try to pick one that doesn't have too strong or sweet a flavor. Avocados alone won't be able to mask the sweetness.

What if my avocados aren't ripe?

Ugh, is there anything worse?! If your friends are heading over and you don't have a ripe avocado, you're kinda out of luck. But, if you realize you need to speed up the ripening a couple days in advance, here's what you do: Place the unripe avocado in a brown paper bag with an apple or a banana. Both of these fruits contain the plant hormone ethylene, which speeds up the ripening process.

Creamy Avocado Dip (Vegan, Dairy Free).

Our family loves Mexican food. It is a comfort food, at least for me! Warm, spicy, melty, creamy, crispy, I’d say that falls into the comfort food category.

Tacos, quesadillas, nachos…you name it. When I couldn’t have corn, because of my son’s corn intolerance, I really missed my chips and salsa. I’d still eat guacamole, on pretty much anything, but I did miss crunchy tortilla chips.

Once he could tolerate corn, I was happy to eat tortilla chips again, and especially happy to make this easy avocado dip.

As I said, I love guacamole, and since I knew we were making bean and vegan cheese quesadillas, I thought this recipe for avocado dip would be perfect! I did make some changes to the original recipe so that it would be dairy free.

Recipe Avocado Ranch Dip

  • Calories: 45
  • Protein: 1 g
  • Total Fat: 0.5 g
    • Unsaturated Fat: 0 g
    • Saturated Fat: 0.5 g
    • Natural Sugar: 0 g
    • Added Sugar: 0 g

    You’ll love this Avocado Ranch Dip— it combines creamy, tangy ranch dressing with the subtle, earthy flavor of avocado making it pretty much perfect for, well…everything! From a dip for sliced veggies, whole grain chips, or oven-baked French fries, to a spread on sandwiches or burgers, you will fall in love with this light, insanely addictive and versatile delight.

    • • ½ avocado
    • • 2 tablespoons low-fat mayonnaise
    • • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
    • • ¾ teaspoon onion powder
    • • ¼ teaspoon garlic powder
    • • ¼ teaspoon black pepper
    • • Milk of choice*
    • • Optional chopped scallion
    • • Optional minced parsley

    * If you prefer a thinner consistency, add 1 tablespoon milk at a time until you reach desired texture. Opt for almond or oat milk if dairy-free.

    In a small bowl, mix the avocado, mayonnaise, spices, scallions and parsley, if desired, until well combined. Add a tablespoon of milk at a time to create a thinner texture, if desired.

    Pro Tips and Tricks

    • Use mangoes that are not too ripe. If the mangoes are overly ripe they will not keep their shape as well.
    • Look for slightly firm avocados. Same as the mango, if the avocado is too ripe it will be mushy.
    • Double-check the heat level of the peppers. Before mixing in, test the peppers to see how spicy they are. Use more or less accordingly.
    • Cut the fruit and veggies in a small dice. By finely cutting the ingredients you&rsquoll ensure you get a little of each in every bite.

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