I was recently given the opportunity to review Wholly Guacamole.
Okay so the wonderful folks at the Wholly Guacamole Head Quarters offered my 4 coupons for free products. I gladly accepted and now have a tasty review for you!
So when I first received my coupons I thought “Alright! I’m making chili tonight for dinner!” I’m sure you’re wondering where chili and guacamole fall hand in hand.
When I make my special chili I always add sour cream, onions and cheese. Since I had to go to the store anyways, I figured I’d grab some Wholly Queso and some Wholly Guacamole. I tried the blanco Wholly Queso.
All I can say is, the guac and queso were PERFECT in the chili! I didn’t even add sour cream because the guacamole is so creamy.
I also made nachos with the Wholly Salsa and the Wholly Queso. I tried the medium salsa. I will admit it was a little spicy, but Cody LOVED it and even took half the tub of salsa and queso to work.
I love that the guacamole doesn’t have additives, preservatives, gluten or transfats. What it DOES have, is 20 vitamins and minerals in every portion. It fits almost every diet and eating lifestyle and you won’t feel guilty about what it could do to your waistline ;-]
I also added some guacamole to my tartar sauce and ate my fish with it. That was REALLY tasty! Other than those I also used the queso, salso and guacamole to dip my chips in. The guac is really good with those Chili Cheese Fritos.
I love how each line of Wholly products are made with different spices and are always fresh tasting.
So I’m sure you’re wondering how they are able to keep all those avocados from turning brown and staying so fresh. Well, they use what’s called High Pressure Processing (HPP).
High Pressure Processing (HPP) technology is a process of preserving foods through the use of high-pressure water rather than with heat or chemicals and is used in the preservation of some meats and vegetables.
The price of the Wholly products are very reasonable. For a mere $3 you can get a tub of queso and I found the salsa was less than $3.
So there isn’t anything outrageously priced and I can honestly say that I would buy these (yes, even without a coupon!) without a second thought. Not that I have a choice, Cody is obsessed with the salsa & queso now. Although, I do recommend you sign up for their newsletter. You can receive special coupons before anyone else!
My chili recipe. The secret to my recipe, is it’s not really homemade, but I add some extra toppings to make it “mine.”
-1 lb of ground beef (ground turkey can be used as a substitute)
-1 package of McCormick chili seasoning-low sodium
-1 medium onion
-14oz can of diced tomatoes
-4oz can of tomato sauce
-16oz can of kidney beans
1. Dice the onion. Brown the ground beef. Drain grease, I try to keep a little in the pan. Add in about half of the onions, the can of diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, kidney beans, chili seasoning and garlic powder (add to your liking). Cook for 10 minutes on medium-low heat.
2. Serve with onions, guac & queso as a topping.
If you’re wondering where you can buy Wholly products, you can check out the Wholly Website.
Overall, I give all the Wholly products that I tried 5 out of 5 stars.
I received one or more of the following products, payments or services mentioned above. The product, payment or service was given to me for review purposes only. I was not required to write a positive or negative review on that product, payment or service. All opinions are 100% my own unless otherwise stated. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I personally use and think others would benefit from.