Atkins Diet Recipes Phase 1 Cooking: Avocado Salsa

I make the world's best Avocado Salsa. Sure, I know it's also called Guacamole, but Avocado Salsa sounds so much better, don't you think? My buddy's and their wives said mine was the best they've ever tasted. Hey, I can't disagree with them; they're pretty smart.

This quick and easy snack is perfect for game day or just watching a movie. Perfect for Atkins Phase 1 Induction Plan. This is seriously the best guacamole you've ever eaten.

Now, I'm sure I could sell this recipe for big bucks, but instead of that, I decided I'd share it with you because I'm cool like that. Ha ha.

Ladies and Gentleman, I proudly present to you, Satch's Avocado Salsa. I won't be mad if you replace my name with yours.

Recipe Stats:

Phase 1
Perfect for Atkins 20 or Atkins 40
3.3 Net Carbs
Protein 1.1 gram
Fiber 3 grams
Fat 5.3 grams
Calories 71


1 small tomato (around 2 1/2 inches in diameter)
1 small red onion
1/2 Jalapeno Pepper (do not buy the canned kind. Get the one from the produce department)
2 Haas Avacado, or 1 large Florida Avacado
1/8 cup Cilantro (go for the fresh one; it makes all the difference)
2 tbsps lime juice (the real stuff, not the one from the fake plastic lime)
Salt and Pepper to taste or use 1/8 tsp. of each
1 set clean latex gloves (use these when you're chopping up the Jalapeno Pepper. You'll thank me for it later.


  1. Chop the tomato and cilantro. 
  2. Finely dice the onion and jalapeno (if you have a slap chop - use it).
  3. Remove avocado from skin, chop it and put it aside in a bowl. 
  4. Gently mix the onion, jalapeno and lime juice in the avocado bowl. 
  5. Gently add in the tomato and cilantro mix.
  6. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  7. Call me, so I can come over and gorge on it. 
You can serve these tortilla chips if you're entertaining, but what makes this even better is serving it with some hot and spicy pork rinds. 

If you make this, please leave me a comment down below. I'd love to know what you thought of it.