St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and Green is the color of choice (or if you are anti-green, then it’s orange but that’s a different story). Deviled eggs are great for any gathering and with the help of Wholly Guacamole, my Deviled Green Guac Eggs are a fast way to put together an appetizer for your St. Paddy’s Day gathering. I put my own ingredients together along with a sample of Wholly Guacamole that I received and when my son saw what I was mixing up, he was intrigued and delighted. He said that it had to be healthier than mayo, and I had to agree. My husband had a taste when he came home from work and he was equally delighted. We all agree that this makes a fantastic bite.
You can find Wholly Guacamole in the refrigerated produce section of the store. If you have more time, you can make up your own guacamole using avocados, garlic powder and lemon or lime to keep from turning brown. If you wish for a little more heat use the Spicy Guac or add some hot peppers. More Wholly recipes can be found on Pinterest – and if you like discounts check out the coupon tab on their Facebook Page.
Green pea shoots make a great 3 leaf cloverish like green to sprinkle around the eggs and give it a little Irish flair on your serving plate.Diana
Peppers – rough chopped
Tomatoes – rough chopped
Onions – rough chopped
Throw it all into a food processor, along with a hot pepper (if desired) a splash of apple cider vinegar and a touch of salt.
Cover with lid
Pulse until it’s the consistency you like….
Stop here (or if you like continue)
For Guacamole –
Slice Avocado in half.
Twist the two halves apart.
Smack the knife into te pit and twist to remove the pit.
Twist the knife to help pop out the pit.
Score Avocado in both directions on both halves.
Scoop out into a bowl.
Add Salsa and mix together.
Voila – takes longer to read this than to actually do it. Happy Cinco De Mayo. Add herbs, lime or anything else you want. This is my really fast worknight version that my kids, my husband and I love to nosh.
Oh yeah – and there are leftovers…