Summary: Avocados have various health benefits and can easily be added to many recipes. They are a naturally nutrient-dense food and contain more than 20 vitamins and minerals. Here are 4 interesting ways to add avocados to your diet.
Avocados have many health benefits
Avocados, probably one of the most popular super foods of the moment. I actually eat avocado at any time of the day. For breakfast in smoothie, for lunch on toast with a scrambled eggs, as a beef-avocado burgers or as a snack/dessert in a new type of “cheese” cake.
But before we share some delicious recipes, first answer the big question: is it vegetables or fruit? The answer is fruit! The definition of fruit is that it is part of a plant in which the seeds are located and an avocado contains seeds. But it is a crazy kind of fruit, because in contrast to most fruit it contains a lot of fat in the form of Omega 3. This, and the many fiber, vitamins and potassium, makes this fruit a super super food. But eat in moderation (half a day), because an avocado also contains a lot of calories.
Recipes (for 2 healthy people)
1 cup of organic milk
1 cm of fresh ginger
1 tablespoon of organic honey
hand of almonds
squeeze of lemon
sniff of cayenne pepper
Put all the ingredients in the blender and mix into a rich smooth smoothie to kickstart your day!
Scrambled eggs with avocado spread
1 eat ripe avocado in pieces
2 tablespoons nice extra vierge olive oil
1 tablespoon dragon
dash of oat milk (or any other organic milk)
4 sourdough slices (toasted if preferable)
Put the avocado pieces with the olive oil and a tablespoon dragon, with a sniff of salt and pepper in the blender and blend to a nice mousse.
Smear the mousse on the slices of bread. Mix the eggs with some milk and teaspoon of chopped dragon, salt and pepper and make scrambled eggs. Don’t overcook it, leave the eggs a bit soft. Divide the scrambled eggs over the toast.
250 gram of lean organic minced beef
1 small red union
1 free range egg
1 clove of garlic
50 grams rolled oat
1 teaspoon of fresh parsley
1 small carrot
1 teaspoon of sambal manis
½ red cabbage
1 beefsteak tomato
2 eat ripe avocados
Grill the sesame seeds in a dry pan brown. Chop the onion into small pieces. Fruit them for 2 minutes and add the oats. Bake for 3 minutes. Allow to cool. Grate the carrot and put together with the beef, egg, sambal, parsley and cooled onion and oats in a large bowl. Mix well. Form small hamburgers.
Fry the burgers.
Halve the avocado in the length. Remove the pit and gently spoon the avocado from this peel. Remove the butt from one side so that the avocado remains stable on a plate. Put a thin slice of red cabbage and tomato on the avocado, put the burger on top and put the other half avocado as a roll on the burger. Sprinkle the sesame seeds over the avocado.
125 grams dates without pit
25 grams organic butter
300 grams mixed salted nuts (incl. pistachio)
200 gram of eat ripe avocado (weighted without peel or pit)
3 teaspoons of organic honey
2 granny smiths
Melt the butter and put together with the nuts (put some aside to garnish) and dates in the food processor and mince it (not to small, it should still have a bit). Divide the mixture over a, with backing paper covered, spring form. Put in the fridge for 30 minutes.
Mix the chopped avocados and honey with the juice and zest of 1 lemon. Rasp 1 peeled Granny Smith. Whisk the whipped cream, Spatter the whipped cream through the avocado cream. If the granny leaves juice mix it trough cream.
Take the cake bottom out of the fridge. Divide first the granny rasp and second the avocado cream over the cake bottom and put in the fridge for at least 8 hours. Garnish with chopped pistachio and some lime zest.