Goji & Mango Guacamole

Even if you're a guac purist, you'll love this mango guacamole. Sweet goji berries, mango & lime cut through the avocado, making for a light, fresh dip.

Goji & Mango Guacamole

Hi everyone, Jack here again. Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner and you know what that means? Dip! Even though I’m not traditionally in love with avocado, I love the way Jeanine makes guacamole, and plus, nothing says “go team” like go-ji, right? Right?

Now you may be thinking “oh, Jeanine has Jack writing this because he’s a football man or something.” Well, I have to admit, team sports are not my thing. Three things that ARE my thing, and the reasons I’m manning this post, are Super Bowl parties, food dipped in other food, and goji puns.

This mango guacamole is as stealthily healthy as a Super Bowl snack gets. The goji berries are a bit of a secret weapon here, as they plump up and become really tangy and sweet. Along with the mango and lime, they also really cut through the thickness of the avocado, so everything still feels light. Plus, the goji berries help to turn your Super Bowl snack into a Super Bowl super food.

Love those puns.

Goji Mango guacamole recipe

If you’re a fan of this mango guacamole recipe…

Try my mango salsa, mango rice bowls, or mango tacos! Or if you’re looking for classic guac, head over to this post.

4.8 from 4 reviews

Goji & Mango Guacamole

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We love this fun, fresh mango guacamole for game days or summer cookouts. It's easy to make, vegan, and gluten-free.
Recipe type: appetizer/snack
Serves: 4-5 as an appetizer
  • 3 ripe avocados
  • juice of 1-2 limes
  • coarse sea salt
  • 1 ripe mango, diced
  • ⅓ cup dried goji berries
  • ⅓ cup diced red onion
  • ½ - 1 jalapeño, chopped
  • handful of chopped cilantro
  • tortilla chips
  1. Place goji berries in a small bowl with a bit of water for just a few minutes until they plum up.
  2. Remove the avocado pits and scoop each avocado into a medium bowl. Add generous squeezes of lime and plenty of sea salt. Lightly mash the avocado with the back of a fork.
  3. Stir in chopped mango, goji berries, red onion, jalapeño and cilantro. Add salt and pepper (and more lime if necessary), to taste. Serve immediately.



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  1. Vaz

    Top! I added a high quality mango and the result was spectacular. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Claudia from k9scout.blogspot.com

    Oh, must try this, love Avocado, mango and goji berries, cool snack

  3. Sofia from wolfberry.com

    Hello, dear
    Good day!

    I am Sofia, the foreign trade manager from Ningxia Wolfberry Biological and Food Engineering Co.,ltd ,

    We planting,producing and processing Goji berries and export to some countries,

    We also have goji polysaccharides, goji juice, goji powder, goji seeds oil.

    We’d like to establish business relations with your firm.

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  4. Stephanie from globalspicedblog.tumblr.com

    Hej hej from Sweden, one of my favorite dips is guacamole. I have never tried it with goji. How does it taste? Sweet, Sour? Thanks for your comments in advance. Happy cooking.

  5. I will most likely be making this for the super bowl! Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. What an unique and interesting twist on guacamole. I’ve never cooked with Goji berries before but they sure do add a pretty pop of red to this already colorful appetizer.

  7. Allison from yummybeet.com

    The colour of this alone makes me want to eat it! I haven’t had a goji berry in years but adding them to a water before the salsa so they plump up a bit is a great idea. Lovely recipe!

  8. The Houston TJ

    Will you and jack come make this for me??? 🙂

    • jeanine

      Ha, anytime TJ 🙂

  9. Sign me up for the Super Bowl party if this is on the menu!! It looks awesome and is a great twist from the regular guac.

  10. Cool idea, instead of pico de gallo.


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