Homemade Chunky Guacamole

Friday! I can’t believe it is already Friday. 

A lot of people have been asking how my new schedule is going now that I am no longer full time at Anytime Fitness and what I have been doing in my “spare time.” This whole transition has been absolutely surreal. I feel like I am still settling into things, but I do feel a new found boost of positive energy. On days that I don’t work in the office, I teach 6AM yoga sculpts, so I am up and at em’ by 5:15AM and done with teaching and my workout by 7:15. 

I shower up, actually do my hair and make-up and throw on a cute outfit, so I can power through the day. I feel so much more productive when I am looking and feeling good. I still feel a bit unorganized, but in a good way. Blake and I have a home office, so that can be fixed with a few folders, a giant calendar, and some cute notepads. 

I’ve been teaching a lot more. I picked up two more classes at Corepower and have been subbing my buns off. I love being in the studio and around people. I think that is going to be the hardest thing for me…working form home means it’s just me, myself, and I (unless I can convince Blake to get a dog). 

It’s only been 2 weeks…so I’ll report back a little further down the road and let you know how I’m feeling about the whole thing!

Homemade Chunky Guacamole

 Today’s post rocks my socks. I wish homemade guac didn’t go bad so quickly. I can usually make it about a day and a half before I have to throw the batch out.

That just means I have to eat it faster….eh?

Guac is pretty simple to make and uses easy-to-find ingredients that you probably already have at home!

Homemade Chunky Guacamole


You pretty much just chop everything up and mash it together. There is no right or wrong!

Homemade Chunky Guacamole

Homemade Chunky Guacamole

    Author: Lee Hersh


    • – 2 avocados, mashed
    • – 1/2 cup (or 1 half large) tomatoes, sliced
    • – 1/3 cup (or 1/4 large) red onion, chopped
    • – 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, chopped
    • – 1/2 teaspoon ground peppper
    • – 1 teaspoon sea salt
    • – 1/4 teaspoon cumin (optional)
    • – 1/2 lemon juice, squeeze juice


    1. In a medium size bowl, using a fork, mash the flash of 2 avocado until smooth. Then, add in the rest of the ingredients and mix together.


    • Calories: 694
    • Sugar: 8
    • Sodium: 2395
    • Fat: 59
    • Saturated Fat: 9
    • Unsaturated Fat: 47
    • Trans Fat: 0
    • Carbohydrates: 47
    • Protein: 10
    • Cholesterol: 0

    Homemade Chunky Guacamole

    AND- you can pretty much put it on anything and everything. Like Ahi Tuna Tacos.  


    Or a yummy breakfast fritatta!


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