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This Unusual New Guacamole Cheese Combines Two Of Your Favorite Foods—Here’s Where You Can Buy It

This sounds like an interesting combo!

Have you ever found yourself faced with the difficult struggle of deciding between queso and guacamole? Well, struggle no more. There is now a dip on the market that combines the flavor and richness of guacamole with the creaminess of cheese.

Made by cheese experts Daily Dairy (a Holland-based dairy company), Amanti Guacamole Cheese is a “unique 50% cowmilk full-fat Dutch cheese” that’s made with a unique blend of herbs and spices.

Where might one find this delectable spread? Amanti Guacamole Cheese is now being stocked at any Fresh Market location. With 161 locations across the country, hopefully, there’s one near you! Find the closest option on their website here.

“Combining the best of both worlds, this gouda style cheese is a blend of avocado and lime juice with a touch of chili, tomato, onion and garlic,” says Nicole Chabot, a Fresh Market representative. “It can be paired alongside your favorite Mexican dish, shredded over nachos or melted into queso for the ultimate festive dip.”

How perfect would this cheese be for a Cinco De Mayo party? Whether you’re having friends over or simply enjoying margaritas and snacks while you Netflix and chill, this guacamole cheese will pair perfectly with crispy tortilla chips, or spread on a soft taco shell before you add fillings like grilled chicken or steak.

Amanti Guacamole Cheese is $24.99 a pound and you can either buy a wheel or purchases wedges by the pound.

Daily Dairy

If you don’t live near a Fresh Market but still want to enjoy a guac-inspired cheese dip, consider this recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod.

Two Peas and Their Pod

This cheesy guacamole dip is made with queso fresco and then topped with Mexican blend cheese. Plate them on tortilla scoops or in a bowl as a dip for your guests.

Or try this option for Cheese-Topped Guacamole from Food and Wine, made with mint, cilantro and shredded queso Oaxaca. As they say in Mexico, “Buon Provecho!”