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Ways to eat avocados in winter

Smashed, blended or sliced, gorgeously green, creamy avocado is a powerhouse ingredient. It can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even in desserts. This fruit is extremely versatile and; yes, it is technically a fruit! Although most of us seem to pair avocados most easily with fresh summer dishes, there are many ways to eat avocados in winter.

Not only are avocados utterly delicious, they are also jam-packed with nutrients. Loaded with fibre, hearty fats and more than 20 vitamins and minerals, an avocado is the the ideal ingredient to add to better-for-you comfort food recipes.

Why not add a spoonful of guacamole to a hearty chilli con carne, or try adding avocado to your next soup recipe? Not only does it add a touch of vibrant colour, but it also creates a rich and creamy texture to your dish. A more decadent way to enjoy avocados in winter is to add them to your desserts. Picture the alluring scent of freshly baked avocado brownies emerging from the oven on a winter’s day.

In this helpful infographic, which can be found in our new Winter Warmers Foodbook, you will discover different ways to cook with avocados in winter. There really is no wrong-doing when it comes to cooking with avocado!

 

Winter warming avocado recipes to try 

If your not convinced yet that avocado is a fabulous wintertime staple, you will be after trying these recipes. Whether you want to add avocados to your warming winter dinner, a hearty breakfast, or even a delicious dessert, the avocado won’t let you down during winter!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more delicious, hearty comfort meal ideas, have a look at our new Winter Warmers Foodbook 

 

*DISCLAIMER: Australian Avocados is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. All opinions in this article are our own. For further information on visit Australian Avocados

 

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