I Love Avocados (and Chilled Guacamole Soup)

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Avocados from Mexico. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you read this blog regularly, you know that I have a tendency to get obsessed with certain foods.  A particular flavor will appeal to me for a time and I will think about it constantly, dreaming up ever more creative ways to use it.  Oftentimes, that obsession will run its course and I will move on to other flavors and foods.  But there are some foods that I adore so much, they never fade from my mind.  Peanut butter for one.  And chocolate.  And avocados.  Yes, I am serious.  I love avocados that much.  I could eat them morning, noon and night, and in multiple ways.  I love them on salads and chilis and I love them spooned straight from the skin.  I love them mashed up as guacamole, which I can also eat straight with a spoon.  And lately, I’ve been adding them to my morning omelet with brie cheese.  I know it sounds like a bit of an odd combination, but trust me, it’s fantastic!

In my opinion, one of the best recipes that I developed for this blog is my Chilled Guacamole Soup.  It was very popular and was picked up by a number of other blogs and websites.  In honor of the I LOVE AVOCADOS campaign for Avocados from Mexico , I am going republish the recipe in this post so you don’t need to go digging it up.  It’s a wonderful take on the traditional guacamole and it makes a fantastic starter to any  meal!

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Chilled Guacamole Soup

2 ½ cups low-sodium chicken broth, divided
2 avocados, peeled and pitted
2 cloves garlic, coarsely chopped
1 jalapeno, seeded and coarsely chopped
¼ cup red onion, chopped
1 tbsp lime juice
1 tbsp fresh cilantro, chopped
1/2 tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
¼ tsp cayenne
¼ cup whipping cream
2 tbsp sour cream
6 tbsp cheddar cheese, shredded

In a food processor combine 1 cup of chicken broth with avocados, garlic, jalapeno, lime juice and cilantro. Puree until smooth. Add remaining 1 ½ cups broth, salt, pepper and cayenne and blend. Transfer mixture to a large bowl and stir in whipping cream. Cover and chill for at least 1 hour and up to 12 hours.

Divide soup among 6 bowls. In the center of each bowl, dollop 1 tsp (5 mL) of sour cream. Sprinkle each with 1 tbsp shredded cheese.

Serves 6 (1/2 cup servings). Each serving has a total of 7g of carbs and 2g of fiber.

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  1. This looks delicious – and I would NEVER have thought of avocados for SOUP! Grazie mille!

  2. I love guacamole but I have never had guacamole soup before. This looks so delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe; I need to try this soon.

  3. I have never, ever heard of guacamole soup. My brain is trying to figure out what this would taste like. It sounds so interesting!

  4. I so love avacados and I eat guacamole like it's soup so this is really just perfect for me!

  5. I love avocados so much, just splitting one in half and eating it with a spoon makes me so happy. I LOVE that it's a 'good fat' and is less likely to stick to my booty. Your soup looks amazing – a genius idea to use the flavors of guacamole! BTW, thanks for the Pin! I need to join up soon!!

  6. food_dreamer says:

    Lisa, do you need an invite to Pinterest? I can send you one.


    Blog: All Day I Dream About Food
    URL: http://alldayidreamaboutfood.com

  7. I love avocados too! I could eat them all day long! Just slice them up, sprinkle with salt and I am good to go! I remember this soup, it sounded amazing then and again now!

  8. I absolutely love avocados too! This soup sounds amazing…never tried an avocado soup! Thanks for sharing, Carolyn!

  9. I love avocado, it's so creamy :)
    Have you ever tried a slimcado? I'm curious about those.
    The soup sounds amazing – chilled soups are such a wonderful thing.

  10. I share your passion for avocados! Most recently in my strawberry avocado smoothie – I seriously can't get enough of that!

  11. I agree, avocados are pretty fantastic! This soup sounds really delicious!!!

  12. Mmmm… Creamilicious soup. Its perfect C!

  13. food_dreamer says:

    I've never even heard of a slimcado. What is it?


    Blog: All Day I Dream About Food
    URL: http://alldayidreamaboutfood.com

  14. You could have them for breakfast, Carolyn? Why not – I'd even have that soup for it. It looks fabulous. I'm the only one who loves avocados in our house, boohoo. Wish we were neighbours!
    As to the bar code thing, looks a great idea for a ring tone. Now if only I knew how to scan it.

  15. I'm totally obsessed with guacamole. I could eat a bowl of it for dinner and be totally happy. This soup looks delish!!

  16. Wonderful soup. My boyfriend was just telling me yesterday that he wants to start eating more avocados. And this is a great way to do that :-). I am saving your recipe. Thanks!

  17. acommunaltable says:

    This soup sounds so good! I love chilled soups.. will bookmark for the summer!

  18. I can't get enough of avocados. This soup sounds awesome!

  19. Holy wow. I have got to try a spoonful of that awesomness. I have recently been on an avocado kick and the idea of a chilled soup has me excited!

  20. abidalilliane says:

    One fruit that I really love, avocados is one of the tastiest fruit all over the world, aside from fruit , sometimes they are cooking this specially for babies.
    VZ 58

  21. I’m going to make this today. I noticed in the instructions that it doesn’t say when to add the onion (I checked it a couple times and couldn’t find it anyway). I’m assuming it goes in on the first round of blending, with the avocado and lime, based on the ingredients list order.

    I’m going to substitute pasillo (sp?) for the jalapeno peppers and lite coconut milk for the shipping cream because I have those. Wish me luck!

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