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6 Amazing Avocado Recipes


Avocado Recipes, Galore

A true super food!  Here’s a snapshot of their many health benefits:  fiber, protein, B vitamins, potassium, vitamin C, magnesium and on and on and on.  Significant amounts of each nutrient are only in 1/3 of an avocado!  They also provide a great source of healthy fats that can lowers your risk of heart disease and stroke. What more can you ask for?


Below is a Recipe Roundup from Dietitian blogs – {from all over the country} !



1. Blackened Salmon Bowls, Avocado Sauce  by Dishing Out Health

Oh. My. Yum. This health-packed bowl is full of the omegas (healthy fats), must needed carbs and protein. Everything the body needs for a well rounded meal. From Kale to Quinoa, you can’t go wrong with this recipe!


Salmon Avocado Bowl, Recipe


2. Avocado Basil Pesto Zucchini Noodles  {Vegan} {Gluten Free} by Hummusapien

Zoodles galore! Zucchini noodles, an amazing alternative to spaghetti. Made with fresh basil, garlic and love. The colors speak for themselves with this bright, healthy meal (or side dish). Enjoy!


Zucchini noodles, avocado, pesto


3. Rose Avocado Milkshake  by The Delicious Crescent

Bet you didn’t see this one coming! Here is a creamy, health-packed shake – made with beet juice, rose water and honey. This amazing combination will keep you feeling full throughout the day.


Avocado milkshake with rose


4. Avocado Deviled Eggs  {Gluten Free} by Triad To Wellness

What a great option for the holidays, football Sunday or (lets be real) any day of the week! A nutritious version of your, “yellow-on-the-inside”, deviled eggs. These are green health machines!


Avocado, Deviled Eggs


5. Avocado Brownies  by One Hungry Bunny

Who. Would. Have. Thought. These rich, gooey avocado brownies are everything and more. Whats the secret? A bit of cocoa, wheat flour, maple syrup and more. A great option for that sweet tooth we all need to satisfy.


Avocado brownie



6.  Avocado Rice Bowl  {Vegetarian} by, yours truly, Stuff Your Face Stace

Easy, nutritious and makes for such a happy tummy! This recipe uses mixed nuts, Jasmin rice and cheese to top it all off. It is great as a side dish or a main meal. Feel free to place the goodness on a corn tortilla, as a great alternative option.





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  • Reply
    David Egerdahl
    August 20, 2017 at 10:05 am

    That salmon recipe is definitely making it into my meal planning rotation. The one with beet juice has me curious

    • Reply
      Stacey Orner
      August 20, 2017 at 10:06 am

      Yes! I still have to try the smoothie

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