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15 Easy Avocado Recipes for Every Meal – Best Dishes With Avocado

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As everyone knows that Avocado is a healthy fruit with a high amount of fat. Many people love to eat the Avocado alone and add in different dishes. You will eat avocado fries, breaded and baked in a hot oven until crispy. Then topped with some spiced black beans, pico de gallo, and the refreshing crunch of romaine lettuce.

When it comes to the ketogenic diet, avocados are a great way to get more fat in the diet. So, if you eat avocados on your diet, you don’t need to compromise on the intake of minerals and vitamins. Eating enough avocados may provide many types of health benefits.

Also, it can help to reduce cardiovascular diseases and reduce the inflammation. This article contains the 15 best dishes of avocados that will help you get more fat during your keto diet.

Avocado Health Benefits

Let’s take a look at the macros for a typical large 200-gram avocado contains:

Calories322
Fat29g
Saturated Fat4.3g
Polyunsaturated Fat3.7g
Monounsaturated Fat20g
Fiber13g
Net Carbs4g
Sugar3g
Protein4g

Above, you can see that why avocados are great in a ketogenic diet with low carb and high fat. Monounsaturated fat count is considerably the healthiest kind of fat. Also, this fat founds in olive oil and nuts, so it’s a good start for the keto diet. Fiber is the key element for a healthy diet. This element can easily consume on the keto diet without access to whole grains.

There are several ways to consume Avocado on your diet without spooning it out of its skin. Therefore, we got 15 different delicious keto-friendly avocado recipes to add to your keto diet:

1. BLT Stuffed Avocado

Start the list with this delicious avocado recipe that is perfect for those who love to eat avocados everywhere. This combination makes a great snack and light lunch. Match of Bacon and avocados made in heaven to the point. This recipe of avocados contains:

Calories189
Net Carbs3g
Fat16g
Protein4g

Here are the complete recipes for this tasty dish.

IngredientsQuantity
Medium Avocados2
Bacon Slices2
Grape tomatoes½ cup
Romaine lettuce½ cup
Lime juice1 tsp
Garlic powder¼ tsp
Sea salt¼ tsp
Black pepper1/8 tsp

Directions

  1. Put the bacon slices into the skillet while it is still cold. Cook the Bacon on low or medium flame until edges start to curl. Then flip the Bacon and continue cooking until golden & crispy. This process takes only five minutes or maybe more. Drain them onto the paper towels, and when it cools, they will be more crispy.
  2.  While that time, cut the avocados in half and remove the pits. Scoop half of the flesh of avocados out of the half and transfer it into the bowl.
  3.  Mash the avocados in the bowl, then stir in the grape tomatoes, lettuce, lime juice, garlic powder, sea salt, and black pepper.
  4. When slices of Bacon are cool enough to handle, then chop them and add them into the bowl.
  5. When you prepared the mixture, then put it back into the avocados halves.

2. Zucchini Pasta With Creamy Avocado Pesto

Many people love to eat pasta, but on the keto diet, they can’t eat pasta. But there are many low-carb alternatives available of pasta. And, zucchini pasta is one of the best low-carb alternatives. The zucchini is very soft to cut into the perfect spirals. And, the neutral taste of zucchini makes it a great substitute for pasta. It’s more perfect when it’s topped with the creamy avocado pesto. This tasty, delicious dish contains:

Calories161
Net carbs6 g
Fat17 g
Protein2 g
IngredientsQuantity
Avocado (ripe)1
Clove garlic1
Fresh Basil Leaves½ cup
Lemon Juice1 tbsp
Extra Virgin Olive Oil2 tbsp
WaterAs needed
Salt and pepperFor Taste
zucchini2-3 (Spiralized or as you like)

Directions

  1. Make the sauce: Take a food processor and put the AvocadoAvocado, garlic, basil leaves, and lemon juice into the mixer until it looks smooth. Then mix it in the extra virgin olive oil. After that, add water 1 tbsp at a time until you got a fluid texture of the sauce and thick consistency. Season with salt & pepper to taste.
  2. Zucchini Noodles: Saute the zucchini noodles with a splash of olive oil over low and medium heat until it is slightly soft and bright green, for three to five minutes. Drain the extra water.
  3. Serve: Toss the zoodles with the sauce you made and top with parmesan cheese.

3. Keto Avocado Brownies

People who love to eat sweet things like cakes and brownies or who aren’t usually keen on avocados. This recipe is a great keto-friendly mixture to get more avocados in your diet. This is an excellent introduction to avocados in the world of desserts and baking, where the creamy texture of the recipe can serve many purposes without realizing your eating. This tasty recipe contains:

Calories152
Net carbs4 g
Fat14g
Protein4 g
IngredientsQuantity
Large Eggs2
Hass Avocado RipeOne medium (3/4 cup)
Melted Ghee¼ Cup
unsweetened almond butter, cashew butter, and sunflower seed butter3-4 tbsp
Baking Soda½ tsp
Salt¼ tsp
Lakanto or Preferred Granulated Sweetener1/3 cup
Cacao Powder1/3 cup
Vanilla Extract1 tsp
Gelatin2 tbsp
Low-carb Chocolate Chips and Chopped up Chocolate½ cup

Directions

  1. Preheat your oven to 350F.
  2. You lined your baking dish with parchment paper.
  3. Combine all the other ingredients in a food processor on medium and low power until smooth.
  4. If you overmix the batter, then the brownies will be cakey. You can use a spatula to scrape the mixture and then fold it together. Mash the chunks of avocados that left.
  5. Use your spatula to transfer the batter into the baking dish and smooth it even out evenly.’
  6. You can top these brownies with what you like. It’s good if you use chocolate chips.
  7. Bake the batter for 25 minutes until the edges left the sides of the dish.
  8. Take out the brownies dish from the oven and let it cool for 15 minutes before handling it.
  9. Carefully, pick the brownies up by the parchment paper and set them on the cutting board.
  10. Cut it into a square shape and store the leftover pieces in the fridge for up to a week.

4. Keto Avocado Popsicles

Summer is here, and everyone likes to eat cool and sweet ice cream or popsicles. But the special thing about the popsicles is that these are keto-friendly and made with the AvocadoAvocado. So, the keto dieters also eat these popsicles. In the low-carb world, avocados are a very special food item. There are several different ways to use this recipe for. You can use any low-carb fruit item to make low-carb popsicles for keto dieters. This recipe contains:

Calories33
Net Carbs1 g
Fat3 g
Protein1 g
IngredientsQuantity
Medium Avocado2
Lemon Juice2 Tbsp
Sugar Alternative6 tbsp
Unsweetened Almond Milk1 cup
Chocolate Ganache
Low-Carb Chocolate80g (2/3 cup or 3 oz)
Cacao Butter10g (2 tbsp)

Direction

  1. Put the avocados, lemon juice, almond milk, and sugar alternative into the food mixer and mix them properly.
  2. Fill the popsicle molds with the mixture you made and place them in the freezer to freeze.
  3. While this time, melt the chocolate and Cacao Butter in a double container.
  4. When the popsicles are frozen, take the pops and dip them into the chocolate.
  5. Chocolate should not be too hot. Otherwise, the popsicles will be melted.
  6. Then eat them straight, or you can place them in the freezer for later.

5. Keto Avocado Fries

Have you ever searched for this delicious keto-friendly snack? Or have you ever craving for fries with a high amount of fat and 0 carbs? This low-carb tasty french fry snack is just for you. Keto avocado fries are just an incredible way to eat something tasty and healthy on the keto diet. While sticking with the low carb and high-fat diet, you can’t eat traditional potato fries, so here are the avocado fries for you. This recipe contains:

Calories587
Net Carbs8 g
Fat51 g
Protein17 g
IngredientsQuantity
For Fries
Avocados3
Egg1
Almond MealOne & ½ cups
Sunflower Oil1 ½ cup
Cayenne Pepper1/4 tsp
Salt½ tsp
Spicy Mayo
Homemade Mayonnaise2 tbsp
Sriracha1 tsp

Directions

  1. Take an egg, break it, and beat it in the bowl. Take another bowl to mix your almond meal with the salt cayenne pepper.
  2. Cut the avocados in half and take the seed out and peel off the skin.
  3. Slice the avocados vertically in 4 and 5 pieces.
  4. Put your deep fryer on heat to about 350F. Or, if you don’t cook a thermometer, try to use a wooden spoon into the oil when it’s heating up for 7 to 8 minutes. Or if the bubbles arise from the spoon, then your oil is still not ready for deep fry.
  5. Coat the slices of avocados with the beaten eggs and roll the coated slices in the almond meal.
  6. Carefully put the avocado slices into the deep fryer to avoid splashing.
  7. Fry each slice for 45 seconds to one minute until it looks golden brown. The dark brown color means you fried them for too long.
  8. Transfer them into the plate lined with a paper towel to soak up the extra oil.
  9. Mix some sriracha sauce and mayonnaise and get to munching.

6. Keto Avocado Breakfast Smoothie

Adding avocados to the recipes is the easiest way to get more avocados in your keto diet. This smoothie has some benefits from the creamy texture of avocados. And all the other greens make it a powerhouse of nutrition. You can try this smoothie at least once a  week to help get enough vitamins and minerals that can be lacking on the ketogenic diet. This recipe contains:

Calories650
Net Carbs8 g
Fat55 g
Protein23 g
IngredientsQuantity
Avocado½
 Cucumber1/3
Spinach2 cups
Coconut Milk6 oz
Almond Milk6 oz
Matcha Powder1 tsp
Lime juiceOnly ½
Low-Sugar Vanilla Protein Powder½ scoop
Chia Seeds (to Garnish)½ tsp

Directions

  1. Put the Spinach and Coconut milk in the blender, blitz to break down the spinach to make room for other ingredients.
  2. Blend all the other ingredients well until you get the smooth texture.

7. Mexican Chocolate Avocado Ice Cream

This recipe is the ultimate delicious recipe for lovers of avocados. Spicy Mexican chocolate flavors can hide the flavor of Avocado. This ice cream is full of nutrients and fruit texture to make this smoothie so much healthier than the traditional ice cream. This ice cream recipe is a great way to get more fat in your diet and help to fulfill your craving for sweets. This recipe contains:

Calories278
Net Carbs4 g
Fat26 g
Protein3 g
IngredientsQuantity
Avocados2 ripe and stoned
Cacao Powder45 g ½ cup
Heavy or Double Cream175 ml ¾ cup
Coconut Milk from a can175 ml ¾ cup
Powdered Sweetener60 g ½ cup
Cacao Nibs(optional)

Directions

  1. Put all the ingredients in the mixer and blend them until smooth.
  2. Check and adjust the level of sweetness in the mixer.
  3. Then stir in the cacao nibs if you are using them.
  4. Place them in the container lined with the baking paper. Then cover the container and freeze for 4 to 6 hours. It is frozen overnight, and you have to let the ice cream defrost for 20 minutes before eating the ice cream.

8. Keto Avocado Salsa

Keto avocado salsa recipe is also a delicious way to eat avocados in your diet. It’s time to get some healthy dose of fats in the diet. Also, this recipe has a fresh and light flavor that provides a tasty flavor in the mouth. This recipe contains:

Calories373
Net Carbs4g
Fat29 g
Protein15 g
IngredientsQuantity
Cilantro Lime Chicken
Chicken Breast1.5 lb boneless
Lime Juice¼ cup
Olive Oil2 tbsp
Fresh Cilantro¼ cup
Ground Cumin½ tsp
Salt¼ tsp
Avocado Salsa
Avocado diced4
Fresh Cilantro Diced½ cup
Lime Juice3 tbsp
Red Wine
Vinegar
1.2 tbsp
Red Pepper Flakes½ tsp
Garlic Clove Minced1
Saltto taste

Directions

  1. Take a small bowl and add lime juice, olive oil, fresh cilantro, ground cumin, and ¼ tsp of salt. Whisk them until mixed well.
  2. Add the chicken and marinade it to a big ziplock bag. Leave the chicken for 15 minutes.
  3. Preheat the grill on medium to high flame, about 400F. Place the chicken on the grill and grill the chicken’s side for 4 to 6 minutes, until the chicken color changes its pink color. Then remove the chicken from the grill and place it on a plate.
  4. Now prepare avocado salsa so, add Avocado, fresh cilantro, red pepper flakes, garlic cloves, and salt in a small bowl and gently mix them all.
  5. Top the cilantro lime chicken with the fresh Avocado Salsa.

9. Broiled Avocado with Cayenne, Lime, and Parmesan

It’s an incredible recipe that has great taste and can prepare very easily. Or, if you are a lover of avocados, then you will also love this recipe. But if you are not a lover of avocados or tried this recipe, you will also love this recipe. This recipe is an incredible sour fat bombs snack for the keto dieters. This recipe contains:

Calories386
Net Carbs8 g
Fat33 g
Protein9 g
IngredientsQuantity
Avocado1 Whole ripe
Pinch of Cayenneto taste
Lime Juice1
Grated Parmesan Cheese2 tbsp
Mini Bagel1
Chopped Fresh Parsley(Optional)

Direction

  1. Preheat the oven for the broil and place the rack into the second slot down.
  2. Cut the avocados in half and remove the seed from the inside. Use a sharp knife to cut the criss-cross pattern about ¾ of the way through. Sprinkle the cayenne and drizzle the lime juice, and top with parmesan.
  3. Place avocado halves on the baking sheet and let them cook under the broiler for only 4 to 5 minutes.
  4. Eat the flesh with the forks and transfer it onto the bagel halves and sprinkle them with parsley.

10. Chicken Avocado and Lime Soup

It can be made uncooked chicken breasts, leftover chicken, and rotisserie chicken. The avocados are a great key in this recipe. Use the ripe Avocado not too mushy and too hard. The great thing about this soup is those finishing touches such as tortillas chips, cheese, and sour cream. This recipe contains:

Calories369
Net Carbs8 g
Fat21 g
Protein32 g
IngredientsQuantity
Chicken Breast1 ½ lb Boneless Skinless
shredded rotisserie chickenthree cups
Chopped Green OnionOne ¼ cups
Two jalapenosseeded and minced
Olive Oil1 tbsp
Garlic, minced3 cloves
Low-Sodium Chicken Broth4 cans
Roma tomatoes2 seeded & diced
Fresh Lime Juice½ tbsp
Avocados Medium3 peeled, cored, and diced

Directions

  1. Take a large pot and put on the heat with 1 tbsp olive oil.
  2. When the pot is hot enough and adds green onions and jalapenos to sauté until tender for 2 minutes, add garlic while last 30 seconds of sautéing.
  3. Add chicken broth, tomatoes, cumin, season with salt and pepper for taste, and add chicken breast if you are using. Boil the mixture on medium-high heat.
  4. Then reduce the heat to medium, cover the pot with a lid and allow to cook. Stir them occasionally until the chicken has cooked for 10 to 15 minutes.
  5. Reduce the heat under the pot, remove the chicken from the pan, and rest on the cutting board for five minutes. Then shred the chicken and put it back into the soup.
  6. Stir in the cilantro and lime juice and rotisserie chicken if you are using.
  7. Add avocados into the soup before serving the soup right away. But the recommendation is to add the avocados in each bowl individually. Serve the soup with tortilla chips, cheese, and sour cream if desired.

11. Bacon Chicken Avocado Salad

It’s one of the best recipes that is made with avocados. It also has many benefits for the keto dieters. Because avocados provide naturally good fats and low in saturated fats, it’s also a satisfying meal with lots of protein. This recipe is a perfect combo of Avocado and Bacon with plenty of fat and protein. The recipe is very easy, and make an ideal lunch or a quick weeknight dinner for the keto dieters. This recipe contains:

IngredientsQuantity
Shredded Poached and Roasted Chicken Breast3 cups
Avocados2 large Hass
Sea Salt½ tsp
Juice of Small Lime1
Cooked Bacon1/3 cup
Garlic Powder½ tsp
Onion powder½ tsp
Cumin (optional)½ tsp

Directions

  1. Poach and roasted chicken until it cooked, then let it cool.
  2. Mix all the ingredients until mixed well. Keep some avocado chunks intact.
  3. Store it in the plastic zip bag with the air removed to reduce the browning. Refrigerate.
  4. Suggestions for servings: You can serve it with buns, in tortillas, and on lettuce leaves. Top this recipe with the seeded jalapenos and fresh cilantro.

12. LCHF Avocado Egg Bowls

A delicious combo of eggs and avocados in the morning breakfast. These avocado bowls are keto-friendly and substitute grains and using them instead of a bread slice. Eat it by making the pair with a mug of bulletproof coffee with high fat and low-carb breakfast on any morning of the whole week. This recipe contains:

IngredientsQuantity
Stone Removed Avocado1 halved
Salted Butter1 tbsp
Large Free-Range Eggs3
Rashers of Bacon3 Small Pieces
Salt and Black PepperA Pinch

Directions

  1. Start scooping out of the avocado flesh and leaving about ½ inches around the AvocadoAvocado.
  2. Put a large saucepan on low heat and put butter in it. While the butter is melting, crack the eggs into a jug, beat them very well, and add a salt and pepper pinch.
  3. Add Bacon into one side of the pan and let them fry for few minutes. Then add eggs to the other side of the pan and stir as they scramble.
  4. Eggs and Bacon should be done five minutes after eggs are added to the pan if you found that eggs are done a little before the Bacon. Then remove the scrambled eggs from the pan and put them in the bowl.
  5. Mix the pieces of Bacon and scrambled eggs together in the bowl, put them into the avocado bowls, and get to eating.

13. Keto Avocado Coconut Smoothie

If you are a lover of sweet tropical flavor that you can eat on the keto diet. This avocado coconut smoothie may help to satisfy your sweet craving without adding a high amount of sugar. Moreover, this smoothie is made with some fruits and a delicious combo. This delicious recipe contains:

IngredientsQuantity
Avocado½ (3-4 oz)
Full Fat Coconut Milk3/4 cup
Almond Milk¼ cup
Fresh Grated Ginger1 tsp
Turmeric½ tsp
Lemon or Lime juice1 tsp
Crushed Ice1 cup
Sugar-free Sweetenerfor taste

Directions

  1. Put above six ingredients in the food processer and mix on low-speed until you got the smooth consistency.
  2. Add crushed ice and sweetener and blend them at high speed until smooth.
  3. Check the taste and adjust the level of sweetness and tartness according to your taste buds.
  4. Two avocado smoothies contain 4.18 Net Carbs in one smoothie.
  5. You can also add black pepper and curcumin in the turmeric that doesn’t impact the taste.

14. Raspberry Avocado Smoothie

If you are not a lover of avocados and don’t like the taste of them, then this low-carb keto raspberry avocado smoothie recipe is the best you are looking for. You will get a lot of health benefits from this delicious smoothie. It also works as a snack smoothie. All you have to do is put all the ingredients in the blender, and that’s it. This recipe contains:

IngredientsQuantity
AvocadoOne ripe
Water1 1/3 cup
Lemon Juice2-3 tbsp
Sugar Substitute2 tbsp
Unsweetened Raspberries1/2 cup frozen

Directions

  1. Put all the ingredients in the blender.
  2. Blend them until you got a smooth texture.
  3. Pour them into the glasses and enjoy with the straw.

15. Keto Avocado Toast

Here a different recipe for avocados. Another delicious way to enjoy the avocados to get natural healthy fat. It’s very simple to prepare so you can serve it for a multitude of purposes as breakfast, snack, lunch, and dinner. Also, it’s a great base on which you can add toppings you want to. This recipe contains:

IngredientsQuantity
Toasted Keto Bread1 slice
Avocado½ ripe
Lime Juice½ tsp
Tomato Diced1/8
Pistachios Crushed6
Sea saltto taste
Extra Virgin Olive Oil2 tsp

Directions

  1. First, toast the slice of keto bread.
  2. Cut the avocados half on top of the toast and smash them into the toaster.
  3. Sprinkle the diced tomatoes, crushed pistachios, and sea salt over the avocado.
  4. Drizzle some extra virgin oil over the avocado toast and enjoy with fork and knife or with your hands.

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