Get tropical our perfect sweet and savory mango guacamole recipe that is ready in 5 minutes. Enjoy with tortilla chips and you’ve got yourself the best snack ever!
Guac lovers! You’ll love this mango guacamole recipe served with Ahi Tuna Tacos, Mini Taco Cups, Crockpot Chicken Tacos or simply as a snack with tortilla chips.
Why make classic guacamole when you can make mango guac?! We can’t wait for you to try this tropical twist on one of our favorite dips!
First things first, let’s talk…AVOCADOS. I’ve always got avocados on hand at our house. ALWAYS. I like to buy them at the store when they are still hard, let them sit on my counter until they’ve reached the perfect ripeness, and then into the refrigerator, they go to make sure they’re not TOO ripe when I’m ready to use them.
I’ve found they can last up to 2 weeks if I do this when they reach the perfect ripeness! It’s so frustrating to cut into an avocado only to find an over-ripe, un-salvageable ‘cado.
PS: we have tons of avocado recipes on FFF. Check out some favs:
Super Simple Guac Goodness
If you’ve never made your own guacamole before, it’s super simple! All you need are a few staple ingredients, a bowl and a fork, and you’re on your way to the best dip EVER. Here are the classic guac ingredient staples you need:
- ripe avocados
- lime juice
One of the great things about guac is that you can really make it your own by adding spices, sweetness, and different fruits and veggies.
We’re BIG FANS of the sweet and salty combo you get from this mango guacamole recipe. But if you’re not a mango fan, have no fear! Try adding in peaches, strawberries, or even pineapple!
What to eat guacamole with
Not feeling chips and dip? Go on and get crazy with what you slap your delicious guac on. Some of our favorites include:
- Eggs (try topping our dill salmon scramble with your fav guac.)
- Sweet potato
- Toast (like this strawberry avocado and white cheddar toast!)
- On a sammie
- Bowls (would be amazing on these cilantro lime shrimp bowls)
- Tacos (soooo good on these ahi tuna tacos)
More Serving Suggestions
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Mango Guacamole Recipe
- 1 large mango
- 4 medium ripe avocados
- 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro diced (or more, to taste)
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 1/4 teaspoon salt or more, to taste*
- First, peel mango and then cut into small cubes. Set aside.
- Next, remove the flesh and pit from the avocados and place into the bowl. Using a fork, mash until they've reached desired consistency.
- Add in diced cilantro, lime juice, salt, and cubed mango to the avocado. Stir until mixed completely.
- Give the guacamole a taste and add more salt as needed. We actually used around 1/2 teaspoon of salt*, but there is nothing worse than over-salting. So, start with 1/4 teaspoon and go from there.
- Serve mango guacamole with tortilla chips or as a side to accompany any of your favorite dishes.
Excellent combination of sweet mango and avocado! Loved it atop our taco instead of salsa.
Loveeee this guac on tacos!
Deliciosa combinación, la probaré en mi próxima quedada con amigas.
Can’t wait to try guacamole and mango recipe, I love them both.Did you know that bugs hate avocados.👍🏻😀
Mangos in guacamole. Get outta here.
I must try.
That’s a good idea of combination, I am going to try tomorrow morning^^
By the way, I love your website~
Nice dip for spring and summer.
I guess if you can do mango salsa you can do mango guacamole! I never thought about adding fruit in my guac so you’ve inspired me to be bold!
This dip will be on my appetizer menu next Mexican dinner party- for sure. Perfect blend of flavor for everyone’s palate. Great recipe!
Nommmmmmm sauce! I hope you have a great party slash I hope you invite me.
Mangoes and avocados are so good! I never thought of mango guac but I love mango salsa 🙂
I heart all of the above 😛
avos just make anything taste like heaven!
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I have yet to try a guacamole I didn’t like. I’ll have to give this one a go.
Can’t wait to try this! We are big guac fans in our house and the addition of mango sounds delicious!
All. the. guac.
I love making mango/avo salsa, so I’m sure I’d love this recipe!
Guac makes the world go round.
I recently made a pineapple guac but I think I’d like the mango version better!
What about grilled pineapple. I bet that’s legit.
I JUST finished up a guac recipe and now wishing I had a mango to faceplant with it- Although cilantro.. no dice. Herby punishment!
AHAHAHAHA. What is it with men and cilantro. Haters.
There’s a really awesome Mexican restaurant by us that features a guacamole of the day (which is awesome in itself) and most of the time they feature fresh seasonal fruit in their guac. It’s so good!! I’ve never had mango, but I’m sure it would be delicious. I love the sweetness fruit adds to the avocado.
I NEED THAT RESTAURANT IN MY LIFE.
When in doubt add avocado is a great motto to have! This looks delicious, loveee the sweet/salty combo.
LOL. I’m thinking that needs to be a new blog.
easy-peasy recipe. I am a big fan of no-cook recipes……. Avocados are healthy and mangoes are my all time favourites…sure I will try this recipe.
ME TOO! No cook recipes rule!
YuM! This looks delish – I love when guac is super chunky 😀
I’m gonna skip the whole tortilla chip thing and eat this with a spoon straight from the jar (see what I did there?). YA, YUM.
:PPPPP You so funnnnnay. Slash I do that all the time. No need for a vessel.