From Burgers to Brownies: 5 Ways to Use Up A Ripe Avocado
Avocados are packed with healthy monosaturated fatty acids, potassium and fiber. But they’re also kind of temperamental. Here’s how to use your overripe ones.
It can transform a humble piece of toast or a blasé salad into an indulgent meal. Ah, yes – we’re talking about avocado.
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The fruit of millennial dreams is packed with healthy monosaturated fatty acids, potassium and fiber. But it’s also kind of temperamental. It can go from hard as a rock to brown on the inside in what seems like no time.
Waited a day too long to use one? These recipes have you covered.
In this healthy yet decadent dessert, avocado deepens the chocolate flavor and adds creaminess.
A feast for the eyes and a treat for the taste buds. Vitamins, nourishing fats and plant protein make this snack a triple threat.
Powered up with spinach and seasoned with fresh herbs, this cool and creamy soup is both satisfying and healthy.
You won’t miss the bun with these moist and flavorful turkey burgers. A dollop of avocado cream is the perfect complement.
A creamy, satisfying smoothie that’s naturally sweetened with strawberries, “creamified” with avocado and then exalted to green goddess status with arugula.