The best guacamole with berries

Guacamole with berries – an easy recipe made with a few fresh, all-natural ingredients.

guacamole with berries in a bowl and tortilla chips

The classic guacamole tastes great on its own with just onion, lime juice, jalapeno and cilantro. However, the guacamole is so versatile that it tastes equally good when paired with fruits like berries. A vegan and gluten-free recipe, this fresh and easy guacamole can transform even those who hate avocados into ardent fans.

Adding some crunch and punch will make the guacamole recipe interesting, so I threw in some strawberries and blueberries along with cilantro, lime juice, and jalapeno. Voila! I have a deliciously colorful, nutritious guacamole bursting with flavors. This recipe can serve as a dip with veggie sticks, vegetarian or vegan taco filling, or can be eaten with tortilla chips or nachos as a party appetizer!

If you want yet another creative, healthy recipe with avocadoes, go for this 3-ingredient mango avocado smoothie.

close up view of fresh guacamole with berries in a bowl

How to make guacamole with berries

Guacamole is all about simplicity, so achieving maximum flavor with minimum ingredients is the key. So try to be very choosy when it comes to the ingredients: avocados, strawberries, blueberries, jalapeno, cilantro and Himalayan black salt.

Choosing ripe avocados

I have used Hass avocados here. Choose firm avocados that are almost black and ripe enough but not mushy. To ensure this, give a gentle squeeze near the stem. It should yield slightly. If it doesn’t, you will have to wait for a day or two until it does. Store it along with other fruits (not in the refrigerator) so that it ripens quickly.

Guacamole flavor twist

The secret ingredient of this recipe is the Himalayan black salt, also called pink salt. One of the must-have pantry ingredients, it gives a unique flavor and is also rich in minerals. It complements and enhances the fruity flavor of this recipe. If unavailable, kosher salt or regular salt can be used, but you’ll miss out on the flavor.

Read all about the Himalayan black salt here.

Preparing the guacamole

You might be assuming this is the easiest part of the recipe. Yes and no. It depends on a couple of factors like the right texture and how you combine the ingredients – mash the avocados AFTER adding the flavoring ingredients.

  1. preparing the avocados: Cut the avocados into halves around the pit and remove the pit. Scoop out the flesh and dice.
  2. mashing: Add minced jalapenos, cilantro, salt and lime juice to the diced avocados and then mash all ingredients together. This ensures that all flavors are well absorbed into the guacamole.
  3. texture: Stop mashing when there are still tiny chunks of avocado left if you want an interesting texture. But it is entirely up to you. If you prefer your guacamole smooth, go ahead.

Guacamole serving suggestions

Guacamole with berries can be served as a party appetizer with tortilla chips owing to its colorful festive look.

Or serve it as a dip for veggie sticks for a low-carb option.

Add dollops of guacamole to wraps, burritos, tacos, or your morning toast for that Xtra flavor boost.

Make this fruity guacamole part of your Mexican party spread with other dips like the pineapple avocado salsa or the creamy avocado sauce with herbs.

fresh guacamole with berries

Guacamole variations

What we love about avocados the most is that they can be combined with different fruits and vegetables for interesting recipes and guacamole is the best way to do that. Go wild with variations like:

  • All-berry guacamole – add blackberries and raspberries to this recipe.
  • Guacamole with pomegranate- replace berries with pomegranate.
  • Guacamole with onions and bell peppers.
  • Guacamole with onions and sun-dried tomatoes.

Love avocados? Make this easy 3 ingredient mango avocado smoothie in 10 minutes.

Health benefits of avocado

  • Avocado is high in healthy fats and fiber.
  • It is rich in vitamins and minerals, such as B-vitamins, vitamin K, potassium, copper, vitamin E and vitamin C.
  • The avocado consists of 73% water, 15% fat, 8.5% carbohydrates (mostly fibers) and 2% protein.
  • Avocado helps in keeping eyes healthy.
  • Avocado is an anti-aging powerhouse. It protects the skin from signs of aging and the harmful effects of UV rays.
  • Avocado helps in maintaining blood sugar levels, thus aiding weight management, protection from cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.
  • It has antioxidant properties and hence reduces the risk of cancer, liver damage, and Vitamin K deficiency-related bleeding.
  • Avocado enhances the absorption of nutrients by the body.
  • It helps to increase circulation, boost cognitive abilities, and build stronger bones.
  • Avocado contains heart-healthy monounsaturated fat that helps boost good (HDL) cholesterol and lowers bad (LDL) cholesterol.

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guacamole with berries in a bowl and tortilla chips

Fresh guacamole with berries

Colorful and fruity guacamole with interesting fresh flavors
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Appetizer, Party food, Snack
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 3 cups


  • 3 avocados
  • 1 jalapeno or green chili minced
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • 3 tablespoons chopped cilantro
  • 1 teaspoon Himalayan black salt or more to taste
  • 1/4 cup strawberries finely diced
  • 1/4 cup blueberries


  • Halve the avocados and remove the pit. Scoop out the flesh and dice.
  • Place the avocados in a bowl with the minced jalapeno, lime juice, cilantro, and salt.
  • Mash using a fork or potato masher until you get tiny chunks in an otherwise smooth mixture.
  • Add the blueberries and diced strawberries and stir well to combine.


  • The Himalayan black salt gives a unique flavor to this recipe. If unavailable, it can be replaced with kosher salt or regular salt.
  • Another secret to making the best guacamole is to mash the jalapeno, lime juice, cilantro and salt along with the avocado for a burst of flavors.
Keyword berries, Low-carb, quick and easy, wholefood

Some interesting facts on the avocado

  • Avocado is a fruit, which is botanically a large berry containing a single seed.
  • There are 160 calories in 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of Avocados.
  • It is native to South Central Mexico.
  • There are over 500 varieties of avocados in the world.
  • The avocado is colloquially known as the alligator pear because of its shape and the leather-like appearance of its skin.
  • They have a very long lifespan with some trees in Mexico over 400 years old.
  • Avocado trees do not self-pollinate; they need another avocado tree close by to bear fruit.
  • The avocado is an Aztec symbol of love and fertility, and they also grow in pairs.


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