Avocado is a multi-functional fruit, but do you know how and when to eat it to get the most out of it? Below are some interesting facts about how to eat avocados and how to use avocados to light up any meal, at any time of the day.
Different Ways to Eat Avocado
Ways to eat avocados are endless! From raw to cooked, you can enjoy avocados in many ways, alone or as part of another meal. Their light flavor and creamy texture make them a perfect addition to any meal or as a snack on their own.
You can never go wrong with this classic. In addition to tortilla chips, we suggest you add your vegetables, fruits, and other snacks. Also, we recommend that you add guacamole as a serving for your sandwiches and burgers.
Your tacos and burritos – There is nothing like a few slices of fresh avocado in your tacos and burritos to make the ordinary, special, very tasty, and nutritious.
Eggboards baked with avocado
Eggs and avocados blend together like peanut butter and jelly. Well, maybe not, but they really fit together and are our favorite breakfast mix.
Pureed avocado is excellent for roasting and makes a dense, nutritious breakfast. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Add it to a food processor or blender until smooth, then add water until you get the consistency you want. This is a great way to introduce children to the benefits of avocados.
Like roasted avocado, mashed avocado is perfect for kids or as a delicious adult meal. Instead of cleaning the avocado, cover it with a fork until it is soft and easy to eat.
Chopped avocados go well with breakfast cereals or salads. Indeed, sliced avocado dresses any meal whether it is breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Add a special touch to your salad by adding cubes or slices of avocado to it. If you need tips for cutting your avocado, be sure to check out some of our useful videos on how to make them.
Looking for delicious ways to eat avocados that help you add nutritious fruit to your diet? You can use avocado in guacamole and instead of mayonnaise make dips, tuna salad, egg salad, and potato salad.
Is it OK to eat a whole avocado at once?
If you're really watching your weight, Cucuzza says, it's probably wise to stick to about one-half to one whole avocado per day, assuming you are also eating other sources of healthy fats. Avocados are also a higher FODMAP food, meaning they contain carbohydrates that may not be digested or absorbed well.