10 Ways to Eat Stuffed Avocados

Did you know you can create an entire small meal – whether breakfast, lunch or dinner – by stuffing avocados? We've got the delicious recipe ideas!

10 Ways to Eat Stuffed Avocados

Avocados have been a trendy-food staple for the past few years, giving us ample time to concoct creative ways of incorporating this nutritious, good-fat-filled ingredient into our meals. With so many amazing avocado recipes floating around, it’s tempting to think we’ve tapped our resources and devised every last way of featuring this delicious green fruit.

But we haven’t. Did you know you can create an entire small meal – whether breakfast, lunch or dinner – by stuffing avocados? It turns out the cavity created by the fruit’s large pit serves as an ideal vessel for a range of ingredients, including lentils, quinoa and shrimp. The following are just a few ways to transform an avocado into a multifaceted meal. Impress your friends – or just your own taste buds – using this inventive method.


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Chickpeas

Chickpeas are small enough to fit inside avocados, and, because they’re great vehicles for dressings and seasoning mixtures, they can bring new flavors to the fruit. Cook chickpeas, toss them with your favorite ingredients (garlic, olive oil, and onion are safe bets), and add a dollop of the mixture to the avocado. Alternatively, you can scoop out the avocado meat beforehand, add it to the chickpeas, and place the mixture in the avocado shell, which makes for a larger vessel.

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