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Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

The big game day is fast approaching, and everyone is looking for some awesome appetizers to make for your viewing parties. In our opinion, there’s nothing like a classic that everyone will love, that’s why we chose to make our football party with Red Baron pizza! It’s very affordable and it tastes delish! We chose to get the Red Baron Classic Crust Supreme, Red Baron Classic Crust 4-Meat, and Red Baron Classic Crust Pepperoni. You can easily find these varieties and more at your local Walmart, in the freezer section. We also picked up an Edwards frozen pie, because you can’t have a party without dessert, am I right? We got the Reese’s pie because it looked so yummy *spoiler, it tasted yummy too!*.

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Lets face it, the big game parties are about more than just actually sitting down watching football. They’re about getting together with your friends, talking, laughing, and having a great time. Even though we’re not huge football fans, we still get a lot of enjoyment from just talking to our gal pals, and swapping cool appetizer and recipe ideas, like Hannah’s recipe for guacamole! It’s the perfect thing to go along with your Red Baron pizza, and its really easy to make!

Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

Here’s what you need:

4 Avocados (firm, but ripe)
1/2 Red onion (chopped)
2 tsp. Chipotle Pepper
1/2 Lime (juice)
5 sprigs of fresh cilantro
Salt to taste (start with 1 tsp.)

 Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

The first thing you want to do is mash up your avocados. You can do this with a potato masher, fork, or you can put the whole thing in your food processor. Which ever way you decide to mash them would be fine. Because my avocados were on the greener side, I did mine in the processor.

Chop your onion and cilantro and combine with the avocado (either in the processor, or by hand) If you’re using the processor, you can then transfer your ingredients to a bowl.

Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

Cut your lime in half and use the juice from one half of the lime. Add your chipotle pepper, and salt. I start with one tsp. of salt and start tasting to add more. A lot of making a great guac is just tasting it, and adding whatever you think it needs to make it better. Usually what mine needs is more salt, but you may prefer adding extra lime juice etc.

Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

Stack in a festive bowl, add chips, and there you go you have an awesome guac for everyone to chow down on! It definitely goes great with the Red Baron pizzas we cooked up. Having the pizzas really let us spend time on our other sides, since all we had to do was put it in the oven to cook. It’s also way cheaper than ordering out for pizza. Definitely a win win! We hope we could inspire you guys to get out there and get ready for the big game in style & convenience!

Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

Guacamole Recipe with Red Baron

Just in time for the big game, Red Baron is giving away lots of cool prizes to make your game day party more spectacular! To find out more, visit their site

So what are your guys plans for the big game? Any cool recipes you’re dying to make?

Hannah's Guacamole Recipe
Serves 6
An easy to make, delicious guacamole
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Total Time
20 min
Total Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 4 Avocados (firm, but ripe)
  2. 1/2 Red onion (chopped)
  3. 2 tsp. Chipotle Pepper
  4. 1/2 Lime (juice)
  5. 5 sprigs of fresh cilantro
  6. Salt to taste (start with 1 tsp.)
Instructions
  1. The first thing you want to do is mash up your avocados. You can do this with a potato masher, fork, or you can put the whole thing in your food processor. Which ever way you decide to mash them would be fine. Because my avocados were on the greener side, I did mine in the processor.
  2. Chop your onion and cilantro and combine with the avocado (either in the processor, or by hand) If you’re using the processor, you can then transfer your ingredients to a bowl.
  3. Cut your lime in half and use the juice from one half of the lime.
  4. Add your chipotle pepper, and salt. I start with one tsp. of salt and start tasting to add more.
  5. Stack in a festive bowl, add chips, and there you go you have an awesome guac for everyone to chow down on!
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