Dips/ Recipes

Blender Salsa

easy blender salsa

If you’ve been searching for a wonderful, low carb, keto, Weight Watcher friendly salsa recipe, look no further than this easy peasy Blender Salsa! Oh yeah! Crank up the tunes, break out the maracas, it’s time to have salsa party!

I have made this recipe many times over a period of several years and I feel like I have perfected this Blender Salsa recipe. Of course, no one truly ever “arrives” when it comes to cooking because we are constantly improving, but I have this Blender Salsa recipe just the way my family loves it. My two year old gobbles this Blender Salsa down every time I make it and always begs for more.

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One thing I love so much about this easy salsa is that it can be as mild or as hot as you want to make it by switching out the heat level of the tomatoes and green chilies you use. Of course, for our preferred tastes (and since we have a Little chomping down on it) I make our salsa mild with zero spice at all.

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Without further delay, let’s jump straight into making this super easy Blender Salsa.

First off, you’ll need 28 ounces of petite diced tomatoes and 10 ounces of diced tomatoes with green chilies. You can use mild or hot, we like to use mild.

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Open the cans and pour the tomatoes in the blender. I have to do this a little at a time since I’m using a small blender, but if you are using a larger blender, just put it all in at once.

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Once the tomatoes are in the blender, blend for seven seconds. Yes, I have counted and this seems to be the magic number to get the right consistency for this Blender Salsa.

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Pour the blended tomatoes into a large mixing bowl and get ready to add your seasonings!

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For the seasonings, I always season to taste but a good guide is 1 tablespoon of dried minced onion, dried parsley, and onion powder and one fourth of a teaspoon of seasoned salt, garlic salt, and ground black pepper. Once you add in all of these seasonings, stir well and then taste the Blender Salsa. If you feel it needs more seasonings, add them in!

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Once you add in all of these seasonings, stir well and then taste the Blender Salsa. If you feel it needs more seasonings, add them in!

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Once the seasonings are just the way you like them, add in two tablespoons of lime juice.

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Stir the lime juice into the salsa and you’re ready to go! Grab your favorite tortilla chips and serve.

blender salsa

I hope you have enjoyed stepping into The Speedy Spatula kitchen and learning how to make Blender Salsa today. I can guarantee if you like the salsa at most Mexican restaurants, you will love this one. You can always toss in some diced jalapeños if you really want to ramp up the heat, or add some diced purple onion.

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Happy Salsa Eating my friends!


5 from 1 vote

Blender Salsa

Fast and easy restaurant style Blender Salsa.

Course Dip
Cuisine Mexican
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 10 - 1/2 cup servings
Author Amy - The Speedy Spatula


  • 28 oz petite diced tomatoes
  • 10 oz diced tomatoes with green chilies
  • 1 tbsp dried minced onion
  • 1 tbsp dried parsley flakes
  • 1 tbsp onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp garlic salt
  • 1/4 tsp seasoned salt
  • 2 tbsp lime juice


  1. Blend the diced tomatoes and the tomatoes with green chilies in a blender for 7 seconds, then pour into a large mixing bowl.

  2. Add in all seasonings and the lime juice and stir well. Give the salsa a taste and add more seasonings if needed.

  3. Sever with tortilla chips and enjoy! 

Recipe Notes

This recipe comes to 0 Weight Watcher Freestyle Smart Points. 

 Shared at Weekend Potluck

Shared at Foodie Friday Link Party

Also shared at Full Plate Thursday

View at Meal Plan Monday


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    5 stars
    This is a great salsa recipe, so quick and delicious! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and you have a great week!
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