Hungry Girl Ww Guacamole - 1 Point!

"From the Hungry Girl website, absolutely delish!! Serving Size: 1/3 cup (1/6th of recipe) Calories: 78 Fat: 3g Sodium: 320mg Carbs: 10.5g Fiber: 3.5g Sugars: 4g Protein: 3.5g POINTS® value 1* Side note: I couldn't find greek yogurt, so I added FF cottage cheese (like a friend of mine does in her full fat guac and it was fantastic!!!)"
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  • Place drained peas in a medium bowl and mash thoroughly with a potato masher or fork.
  • Add all other ingredients except for the tomatoes, onions and optional items.
  • Continue to mash until blended.
  • Stir in the tomatoes, onions and, if you like, some chopped cilantro and/or jalapenos.
  • Season to taste with salt and pepper, if needed.

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  1. Love this! I was really, REALLY, skeptical of peas turning out okay for guac but it works. Couple of adjustments I did to better suit my tastes was to use 2/3 of the peas and about 1/2 the yogurt because I like the tangy guac more than the creamy and the yogurt made it a little creamier than I really liked. But even made by the book the recipe is a great swap. I can have guac on sandwiches now too!
  2. This is AWESOME! I accidentally bought a can of peas (yeah, I don't know), and I forgot how turned off I am by canned peas. Well, I got this recipe in my e-mail today, and I saw that I could use up the peas (along with a bunch of other stuff I had in the fridge)! I mashed up the peas completely, I used a whole Haas avocado, and I added a bit more minced garlic. I didn't have the optional ingredients, but it was still great. If I had not made it myself, I wouldn't even know there were peas in it. I would TOTALLY bring this to a get-together. Thanks for posting it!
  3. It is so yummy and no one knows there are peas in it. I am always asked to bring this to gatherings. The only thing that is hard to find here is the Greek yogurt...but found a great substitute locally. Highly recommend.
  4. I hate peas so I was a little turned off by this at first. But I decided to make it to go along with another one of hungry girls recipes and i really liked it! I still love the regular fattening one, but this is good also. I also used the cottage cheese, thanks for the advice. thank you for sharing another great recipe xpnsve!


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