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Wholly Guacamole and Jennie-O Turkey

Hi Neighbors!

How many of you want to eat healthier?  I have tried to eat healthier and I want to continue to work at it this coming year.  Wholly Guacamole and Jennie-O want you to Make the Switch for healthier eating!

Now, to start with, Wholly Guacamole products are:
All Natural
No Preservatives
Gluten Free
Kosher Certified
Made with real Haas Avocados
Freeze for up to three months. (Thaw in fridge for  food safety.)

Avocado itself is full of magnesium, vitamin E, folic acid and lutein, a natural antioxidant.

Now add Jennie-O Turkey Burgers.
All Natural
Gluten Free
250 Cal. 16 g of fat

Jennie-O has a array of turkey products ranging from breakfast sausage and bacon, sandwich meats, frozen patties and meatballs and pre-season ground meats.  At the Jennie-O Turkey Store, they believe that eating well shouldn't come at the cost of taste.

OK!  Here we go!  I received this really nice package from Wholly Guacamole and Jennie-O.  It included, 2 coupons for Jennie-O good for up to $5.00 off any Retail or Deli Sliced Jennie-O Turkey product, 3 coupons for any one Wholly Salsa for free, 1-T-shirt (Ordinary People Change the World), 1-Jennie-O Make the Switch mouse pad, 1-meat thermometer, 1-Wholly Guacamole Chip Clip, 1-Activity page for kids and 1-information page on how Wholly Guacamole is Best in the 50 states.  Oh, and a Wholly Guacamole tension reliever!  Now that is alot of STUFF!

We went shopping and brought home the Jennie-O Jalapeno Jack Turkey Burgers.  Each burger is individually sealed, so you can use 1,2 or all 6.  You can grill or broil the Turkey burgers.  The internal temperature should be 165 degrees.  Now we have a use for our meat thermometer!

Here is the Jennie-O Turkey Burger recipe included in my kit:

Jalapeno Jack Burger
Prep Time:15 minutes  Total Cook Time:30 minutes
Makes 6

Necessary Ingredients:
1 Pkg. Jennie-O Turkey Store Jalapeno Jack Burger
2 1/2 cups thinly sliced onions
1/3 cup chopped cilantro
2 tablespoons honey
8 oz. Wholly Salsa Medium
6 Flatbreads, whole wheat
1 cup baby spinach or arugula leaves
1 (7 oz.) package Wholly Guacamole Classic Dip

Cook Turkey Patties according to package directions.  Always cook to well done. (165 degrees)

In a large skillet sprayed with cooking spray, cook onions over medium heat for 10 minutes or until softened and lightly browned.  Add cilantro, honey, salsa; stir.  Cook for 2 minutes until hot.

Spoon onion mixture onto bottom section of each flatbread.  Add turkey patties, spinach leaves and guacamole.  Fold top of flatbread on top.  ENJOY!

You can find other recipes at: and

My family thought the Jalapeno Jack Burgers were great!  Not only are they better for you, they liked them too!  The jalapeno gives them a little kick. My daughters broiled theirs and then I did my husband's up in a skillet.

Unfortunately, our Walmart was out of Wholly Salsa.  We have had it before though and I highly recommend it!  I guess people were having Salsa for the holidays!

Be sure to "like" Wholly Guacamole and Jennie-O on Facebook.  Then go follow them both Wholly Guacamole (@eatWholly) and Jennie-O (@SwitchToTurkey) on Twitter.

Until March, the new Jalapeno Burger is only available at Walmart.

The very best news about all of this though, is one neighbor will receive a box, just like mine!  Hurry up and enter and then go tell a neighbor!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Wholly Guacamole/Jennie-O kit for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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karenmed409 said…
I like Salsa on Scramble eggs
Darlene said…
I like Salsa on burgers.
andrea v said…
I like it with eggs
Paula L. said…
I put it on my burritos.

jandplee at att dot net
jbafaith said…
I like salsa on refried beans and on chicken.
I love to make salsa meatloaf!
Steph said…
I like salsa with Taquitas or soft shell taco wraps.
skkorman said…
I like salsa on garlic bread!
luckynordberg said…
I like salsa on baked or grilled chicken.

arifamily at
luckynordberg said…
I like salsa on grilled or baked chicken.

arifamily at
Michele P. said…
I like it on nachos, eggs, chicken, you name it-hubby is Guatemalan and that is one of his staple foods lol!

Shelly Peterson said…
I like salsa on my homemade burritos
Unknown said…
I mix salsa in with hamburger meat to make salsa burgers.
Allison Downes said…
I like salsa on fajitas

thanks for the great giveaway!
I like salsa on grilled garlic chicken
Thank You

Fiona N
Coolestmommy said…
I put salsa on baked potatoes and on breakfast tacos!
degood said…
Scrambled eggs are good with salsa
Cheryl L said…
Taco Salad is where I like my salsa.
renata said…
I love salsa on top of my spinach avocado cheese omelet! Yum!
Ray said…
I enjoy my salsa in my Mexican chicken burritos! Thanks!
G said…
Eggs + Salsa + Guacamole are a combo made in taste heaven for me!
desdun31 said…
I love salsa in a breakfast burrito or topped on a white fish with fresh lime juice.

Desiree Dunbar
Rebecca said…
Scrambled eggs and taco salads
Cori Westphal said…
I put salsa on french bread and then melt some cheese on top! Yummo!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
Debby said…
I like salsa on scrambled eggs or baked potato.
Unknown said…
tacos and in cassaroles.
michedt said…
I always put salsa on my omelettes.
Michelle Tucker

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