Stuffed Avocados


Avocados are so versatile and can be served with so many dishes. I eat them almost every day. Today it was served stuffed and as you can imagine it tasted amazing !

Ingredients

grape tomatoes
cucumber
jalapeno
shallot
garlic
himalayan salt & pepper

Dice ingredients, place in small/medium bowl, add just enough hummus to bind. Fill avocados and top with salt & pepper.



Let this just be a starting point for you. You can add/subtract whatever you wish. You can even double stuff yours. Go stuffing nuts and enjoy every minute !


Hope this inspires something wonderful within ! xo

23 comments :

  1. Did you throw it in the oven? Or eat it raw? Looks delish :)

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  2. Hi Christina ! I eat it raw. And it IS so delish ! :)

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  3. Simple, easy, and looks amazing. Going to have to try this. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  4. This looks so good! I love your Blog site.

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  5. Thank you, I'm glad it brings yummy thoughts to everyone ! I hope you get all chance to enjoy this soon. :)

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  6. Great idea I'm gonna have to try it's so simple.

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  7. this is pretty much one of my favorite ideas ever!

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  8. Can't wait to try this! What is himalayan salt and pepper? Thank you!

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    1. Himalayan salt is a type of sea salt containing minerals and trace elements the body uses...it's actually light pink and you can find it at most health conscious stores. The pepper is just cracked pepper using a pepper mill.

      Enjoy the avocados!

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    2. It's the Real Salt brand comparable to the Himalayan salt? HS can be pricey...

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    3. I would say the celtic sea salt is comparable to Himalayan salt. If you can't find either at a reasonable price just use sea salt. I find my himalayan salt for $1.99 but have seen it upwards of $7-8 which I find way too much. Sea salt will be fine until you can source a reasonable priced himalayan or celtic sea salt resource. The reason I use these salts is they contain all the 84 minerals and trace elements that the body needs whereas regular sea salt does not.

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  9. I would scoop out some of the avocado and add some lime juic.

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    1. Lime squeezed on this would be great! :)

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    2. All these recipes....but this one I MUST try today! I am drooling over this recipe!

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  10. How do you get the seed out of the avacoda without taking out most of the pulp? I love them and eat them plain or with a little honey & cinnamon on toast. I want to try this for variety. Thanks

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    1. I don't usually have any trouble taking the seed out unless the avocado is not fully ripened. I have two ways of doing it. I either gently wedge the tip of a knife into the seed at the base of the sliced area and carefully lift the seed up and flipping the avocado over to let the seed fall out. Or sometimes I whack the seed with a sharp knife on the top of the seed so that the knife sticks and gently pull up twisting slightly if needed until the seed releases itself. Hope that helps. You could also google for some video tutorials. Enjoy your avocados!

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  11. About how many cal do you think this is?

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    1. Depends on the size of your avocado. A medium avocado has approx. 275 calories...all together using a medium avocado, this may have 325 to 350 calories at most.

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  12. These look delicious! I'll certainly be making some tomorrow!


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  13. Michelle Meyer WeissJune 21, 2013 at 7:41 AM

    Since my husband doesn't care for jalapenos, I substituted an orange bell pepper. I also used roasted garlic hummus and left out the other garlic. To make it even more colorful, I used several colors of grape/cherry tomatoes. It was fantastic!!!

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  14. Your blog is great! Will be trying this soon!

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  15. Just made this for lunch. It is DELICIOUS!! thanks for the recipe :)

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