National Guacamole Day

September 16, 2021

September 16 - National Guacamole Day

What Is National Guacamole Day?

From ancient civilizations to today, the humble avocado has been the main ingredient for a healthy snack or meal. Guacamole is packed with goodness: high in nutrients, contains the healthy fats we need in our diets, and vitamins to boost our immune system. No matter how you make your guacamole, today is the day for a large bowl to be shared with your nearest and dearest on this September 16th for National Guacamole Day. Typically made with avos, a few squirts of lime juice, tomatoes, onions, and spices, guacamole can be served as a dip, a topping, or even in salads and on sandwiches.

When Is National Guacamole Day?

Fresh and fabulous flavors are celebrated annually on September 16th for National Guacamole Day!

History Of National Guacamole Day

While the Aztecs n Mexico are proven to have invented guacamole, we’re not sure who founded National Guacamole Day on September 16th. What we are certain of is that whoever did so is eating a very large bowl of guacamole right now.

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