Cucumber Avocado Salsa and a {GIVEAWAY}

I got a HUGE shipment of chips last week from one of my favorite healthy chip companies!  And, they’re a Colorado company too!

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

OMG… don’t they look amazing??  My new friends at Snikiddy sent me their whole line of Eat Your Vegetable Chips.  These tasty chips are not only loaded with vegetables, but they also come in the most amazing flavors!  You can eat them without feeling guilty for having chips!!

My friends at Snikiddy are also giving you a chance to win some of your very own to try!  But before we give them away, let’s talk about how I served them.

With the 4th of July holiday upon us and having just got home from a trip, I was determined to incorporate the chips into my menu for the week.  First, I made my favorite taco salad, subbing the tortilla chips for Jalapeño Ranch flavored Eat Your Vegetables chips – – So good!!

Taco Salad with Eat your Vegetables Chips | No Thanks to Cake

And, on 4th of July, I decided to try a new dip, combining two of my favorites:  Avocado and Cucumber.  This was a HUGE hit with my friends Tiffany and Alex!

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

We loved this dip!  It was cool, fresh, and just perfect for a hot day.  I’ll definitely be making it again!

Avocado Cucumber Salsa

Adapted from What’s Cooking at Home


Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

2 ripe avocados, cut into small cubes
1 cucumber, peeled, seeded, and cut into small cubes
5 scallions, finely sliced
1 Tbsp. lime juice
2 Tbsp. sour cream
¼ cup prepared ranch dressing
1 tsp. chili powder
salt and pepper to taste


1.  Cut the avocado into small cubes and toss with lime juice in a medium size mixing bowl to prevent avocado from turning brown.

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

2.  Add cucumber and scallions.  Note:  Rather than dice my cucumbers, I just put them in the food processor.  Chopped in seconds!

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

3.  Mix in sour cream and ranch dressing.  Add chili powder.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

4.  Refrigerate before serving.  Note:  Storing the avocado dip with the nut in it also helps to keep the avocado from turning brown!

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

5.  Serve with Snikiddy’s Eat Your Vegetables – Sea Salt chips and enjoy!!  Let’s get a closer look at it…

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Avocado Cucumber Salsa | No Thanks to Cake

Now that you’ve seen how I’ve been pairing my Eat Your Vegetables chips, it’s time for you to win a batch of your own to sample and create with!!

Eat Your Vegetables Chips Giveaway

Enter via the Rafflecopter below, and good luck!

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  1. Kim says:

    Most excited to try Italian Herb & Olive Oil. These look yummmmmy!

  2. Stacey Caletka says:

    Probably Sea Salt or Jalepeno Ranch … They all sound delicious

  3. Curry sounds interesting!

  4. kate says:

    Your dips look soo good! Can’t wait to try them and with the chips would be awesome!

    • nothankstocake says:

      This one was REALLY good! Definitely let me know what you think if you try it! :)

  5. I am a huge fan of lime chips – so I think the sea salt and lime would be incredible! Your dip is the perfect compliment to any of those flavors!

  6. Maggie p says:

    Sea salt

  7. ChristyS says:

    Yum – they all sound delicious! I like heat so the jalapeno ranch would be 1st, but wow, Korean BBQ and curry sound intriguing.

  8. I would love to try them all!

  9. Madeline says:

    I’m excited about the Korean BBQ flavor!

  10. erin says:

    I have a weakness for sour cream and onion anything :)

  11. Margot C says:

    Italian Herb and olive Oil; I have a thing lately for all thing olive oil.

  12. Debra says:

    Mmm…Sea salt and lime. :)

  13. Anne Marie Becka says:

    Would love to try the Korean BBQ! Thanks!

  14. Marilyn M. says:

    Would love to try sea salt and lime ;)

  15. Shanna B. says:

    They all look amazing! But the Korean BBQ sound very intriguing!

  16. David says:

    I am most interested in the jalapeno ranch variety.

  17. The salsa looks amazing! The cucumber just makes it sound so refreshing!

    Also, those chips sound bomb. I’d be all over the BBQ and Mr. B would love the Jalapeño ones!

  18. Amanda says:

    Jalapeno ranch sounds yummy!
    Can’t wait to try the new avocado recipe.

  19. Momma Buzz says:

    Love your fun fact on the nut!

  20. wendy spencer says:

    Italian herb and olive oil sounds marvelous-you could add for some crunch on a salad! :)

  21. Kris says:

    The Jalapeno Ranch sounds like an awesome flavor but I’d be most excited to try the curry flavor as I am a curry junkie!