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Thursday, 9 November 2017

Avocado Boats : Easy as One, Two, Three !

Take three easy Avocado Boats
which one will you choose?
This is recipe heaven for those who don’t like to cook.
Healthy easy avocado boats filled with tuna mayo, a baked egg with bacon bits, or prawn cocktail.
It's keto, paleo, low carb heaven! Just delicious and nutritious!

Ingredients
all recipes below - serves one

Tuna Mayonnaise
1/2 avocado
50 g tinned/canned tuna drained
3 tbsp. mayonnaise



Baked Egg With Bacon & Chives
1/2 avocado
1 egg
2 tbsp. cooked bacon pieces
1 tbsp. fresh chives chopped



Prawn Cocktail
1/2 avocado
50 g prawns pre-cooked
3 tbsp. mayonnaise
2 tsp tomato paste
pinch chilli optional



Just decide which one you'd like to try and then for cooking / preparation instructions please see
'Ditch The Carbs' site here

Why not find out more about avocado's - just read
Reasons To Love Avocados? Well Here Are Twenty !
find the article here

All the best Jan

24 comments:

Tom said...

...looks good.

Carol Blackburn said...

All three look scrumptious! I love stuffing my avocados with things like almond butter and real bacon bits as well as tuna, egg salad, or just EVOO. I'm waiting for two to ripen. I do not have luck with avocados; either they are spoiled or too hard and it takes so long sometimes to get them to ripen that I can't eat them all before they spoil. Often best for me to buy prepackaged guacamole for an emergency avocado fix. LOL Have a great day.

Jan said...

Love this idea to cut back on carbs!!!
The first one sounds especially yummy...a great way to have bacon and eggs!!!

Hugs Jan and Thanks!!!

Valerie-Jael said...

Oh how good these look, one lovelier than the other. Hugs, Valerie

David Gascoigne said...

We eat avocados every way imaginable. One of our recent practices came from a friend in Brazil. You simply cut the avocado in half, remove the pit, whip up the pulp and add your favourite sweetener - we use maple syrup. Delicious for dessert.

Christine said...

Wow they all look amazing!

Sami said...

They all look delicious and simple to make. Thanks.

Ygraine said...

Wow...I'm really spoilt for choice here!
Can't decide which of these delicious-looking recipes to try first...so I think I'll just try all of them (one at a time, of course!lol)
Thank you so much for these!

A Hug.

Prunella Pepperpot said...

They look super delicious!
Have a wonderful week :)

Mac n' Janet said...

I use to make the prawn cocktail one, don't know why I stopped, we both loved it.

Catarina said...

I love these boats! Easy and tasty.
: )

William Kendall said...

I've never had avocado; interesting!

Jo said...

I'm not keen on avocado but all the fillings look delicious.

Crystal Collier said...

You had me salivating until that last one. No prauns, thank you. =) I can't wait to share these with my hubby. Replace the mayo with greek yogurt, and he'll be sold. Awesome. Now we just have to find some reasonably priced avocados, or grow and avocado tree. ;)

Lois said...

Your photos are making me hungry!

Iris Flavia said...

Hi Jan, thanks for stopping by at my blog (the colors of autumn are beautiful, I agree) - and thanks for pointing out your blog that way!
I have a 7-y-o niece who lives with diabetis 1 - maybe I can learn how to help here.
I live low-carb, so... win-win for me :-)

Revrunner said...

Uhm, never been able to bring myself to eat another avocado.

Snowbird said...

I love avocado, I could eat it forever, especially on toast. It's so easy isn't it...xxx

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Such a great idea for avocados! I don't like mayonnaise but I wonder if I could use plain yogurt instead.

Lowcarb team member said...

Martha (above) said:

"I don't like mayonnaise but I wonder if I could use plain yogurt instead."

Yes, I think you could use yogurt instead. I would suggest using yogurt in equal measures as a substitute for mayonnaise. Some recipes adapt very well, so give it a try and perhaps let us know!
You can read more about yogurt cooking tips here
https://www.thespruce.com/yogurt-tips-measures-and-substitutions-1807097

All the best Jan

Elephant's Child said...

Avocado is such a versatile fruit.

Denise inVA said...

Avocado always seems to be on our shopping list. I shall enjoy trying this recipe, thanks again Jan :)

Kezzie said...

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!! I adore avocados. I remember my Nan serving the prawn one for us a few times!

Magic Love Crow said...

I will have them all please! Yummy!!