Hearty and perfect for any meal, great for two or for a crowd, and never out of style, egg salad is among the most adaptable dishes you can make. But instead of using a traditional egg salad base such as mayonnaise, why not opt for creamy and delicious Avocados From Mexico?
Fresh avocados are a heart-healthy fruit. They provide naturally good fats, are low in saturated fat, and are cholesterol-, sugar-, and sodium-free. Not to mention that their delicious, green, creamy flavor is the perfect substitute for traditional salad spreads. It ain’t your grandma’s egg salad, but it’s just as good!
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Here are three unique ways to make avocado egg salad.
Eggs-cercise your taste buds with this simple avocado egg salad. Diced celery gives a small crunch among the creamy egg and avocado mixture while onion, pepper, and Dijon provide a tasty kick! This salad keeps you content and helps defend against aggressive hunger cravings.
Did You Know? Avocados are a good source of fiber and are a great way to add variety to the diet. Dietary fiber adds bulk to the diet and can help you feel fuller faster and help manage your weight.
This fruity avocado egg salad is stuffed with sweet pomegranate seeds, tangy orange, and Avocados From Mexico (because they’re a fruit too!). In fact, fresh avocados are essentially the only fruits with good fats. They are low in saturated fat and provide 6 grams of unsaturated fat per serving. You can see why they’re our favorite!
Now here’s a chicken and avocado egg salad to fight off even the biggest appetite. Tossed with a garlicky, onion-mustard dressing, this recipe is too good to ignore. Crunchy lettuce and smooth, delicious avocado strike a perfect texture balance. And since it’s packed with hard-boiled eggs and strips of roasted chicken, this salad is a great addition to any high-protein dietary regimen. Plus, all the ingredients also fit perfectly with a gluten-free diet!
These delicious avocado egg salads may be easy to whip up, but they won’t make themselves. So next time you’re at the store, don’t forget the avocados! Or make it easier on yourself by ordering avocados online and having them delivered to your door.
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