Avocado Quick Meals

Avocado quick meals are the way to go. I have shared my best of avocado meals on the go. There seems to be not enough time to make a healthy meal and the resort to takeaway food.  Here are quick, easy, cheap meals you can make with avocado and they are delicious and filling.

Avocado and Lemon: it is a great pairing full of freshness and zest and added creamy avocado. Drizzle lemon juice on the avocado and let the citrus freshness burst in your mouth.  It is better in the morning as this will fill you up without feeling heavy. it is my go-to morning meal I would not miss it.

If you are struggling with reducing that tummy try this for a week and see the results for your self. For added fiber and nutrients add some greens and you are good to go.

Avocado and Tuna: Drizzle lemon juice on the avocado, add salt and pepper. Mix tuna with a moderate amount of your favorite mayo and mix it together and top of the Avocado. I am salivating as I am writing this article. That is how yummy this meal is. Full of nutrients and so satisfying. What more could you ask for!

Add a few leaves and you have yourself a nice healthy yummy salad.

Egg and Avocado: This is my favorite meal. If I eat this meal, I will probably eat one more meal for the day. Sometimes I don’t have enough time to eat a lot or snack as I find one good meal filling for a long time. Eggs are so nourishing if eaten well as too much can cause cholesterol build up in the arteries. But if you make eggs a part of a healthy diet they are ok. Avocado is full of good fats that nourish the body for a long time by keeping hunger at a distance.

Hope you get to enjoy these simple meals as much as I do.

Happy Eating.

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13 thought on “Avocado Quick Meals”

  1. Kai

    Hi! Thanks for sharing these wonderful quick meals! Most of the time, I am just too lazy to prepare and cook. So these quick yet healthy meals really interested me.
    The avocado and tuna pairing looks really good!
    You mention that avocado is full of good fats, what other nutrients do avocado have?

    Thank you!

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi Kai, while good fats help to stabilize blood sugar and reduce hunger. Avocados also contain antioxidants, amino acids as well as essential oils. The nutrients like potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron are found in high amounts in avocados. They are also good at keeping skin hydrated due to their concentrated in fatty oil if you have dry skin and scalp. Thanks for reading.

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  2. Rob

    Hi there, I never used to like avocado but now that I’m trying to get healthy from type 2 diabetes I love avocado. I don’t eat it as much as I should but your recipes look great!
    These are all healthy foods for us and I love eggs and tuna as well! Will you be posting any other recipes for avocados soon?
    Thanks!
    ~Rob

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    1. admin Post author

      I am glad you are choosing to take life into your own hands, not the medication which sometimes does more harm than good to us. I am reading this book called the complete guide to fasting by Dr. Jason Fung for those looking to lower blood sugar(diabetics)naturally a must read! or The Diabetic Code.

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  3. Susie

    You’re pictures have me salivating! An avocado is my favorite go to breakfast. I’ll often have an avocado with a sliced tomato and boiled egg, and you’re right, it lasts me well into the day. I’ll have to try the tuna and avocado.

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  4. Babs Wagner

    Avocado is one of my favorite foods and something I recommend continuously for optimal health. The omega-3’s are amazing, so wonderfully good for your body. I was so excited to see some easy recipes to incorporate avocado into my weekly menu.

    Thanks for some great info!

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  5. Irma

    Great ideas! I am about to do a 30 day Keto challenge and I cannot eat too many eggs as I am intolerant to the whites, so a bunch of new recipes with avocado is going to help me a LOT! Thank you!!

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  6. Evelynn

    Hi

    I simply love avocados so when I came across your quick meal tips I was pleased to try them out. I am however very conscious of my weight, so if you have any recommendations as to what you would consider a fair amount of avocados to eat per day to avoid weight gain I would appreciate it.

    Thank You

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    1. admin Post author

      My husband is a Nutritionist and would say there should be no limit to eating good fats. But I understand where you are coming from. We all have this fear of fats because we have been conditioned to think fat makes us fat. But the truth is good fats when included in a well balanced healthy diet like low carb moderate protein you will actually witness significant weight loss with time. I normally eat an avocado a day depending with size sometimes. I Hope that helps!

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