How To Eat Avocado If You Don't Like It

How To Eat Avocado If You Don’t Like It? 10 Options

Last Updated on May 15, 2024 by Shari Mason

If you are not a fan of avocados, I completely understand. Nevertheless, I implore you not to disregard this wholesome fruit hastily.

You might find that with a bit of experimentation, avocados can be surprisingly delicious, even if you didn’t like them at first.

We will teach you how to eat avocado even if you don’t like its taste. Read on.

10 Ways To Eat Avocado If You Don’t Like It

hand holding avocado
  1. Avocado Smoothie – Blend ripe avocado, banana, almond milk, and honey for a nutrient-rich smoothie. 
  2. Avocado Muffins – Combine mashed avocado with flour, eggs, baking powder, and your favorite herbs or spices to create a deliciously healthy muffin. 
  3. Avocado Fries – Slice avocados into thick slices, coat with breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, and spices, and bake in the oven until golden and crispy. 
  4. Avocado Toast – Slather mashed avocado on toasted whole-grain bread and sprinkle with herbs, spices, and a squeeze of lemon. 
  5. Avocado Salad – Chop up a ripe avocado [1], tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers, and toss with a light vinaigrette for a fresh and flavorful salad. 
  6. Guacamole – Mash ripe avocado, garlic, cilantro, lime juice, and salt for a delicious dip or spread. 
  7. Avocado Dip – Blend ripe avocado, sour cream, and various herbs and spices for a creamy and flavorful dip. 
  8. Avocado Salsa – Mix ripe avocado, chopped tomatoes, onions, peppers, cilantro, and lime juice for a zesty salsa. 
  9. Avocado Pesto – Combine mashed avocado, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a food processor to make a delicious pesto. 
  10. Avocado Ice Cream – Blend ripe avocado, almond milk, honey, vanilla extract, and a pinch of nutmeg to create a creamy and refreshing ice cream.


Health Benefits Of Eating Avocado

  1. Rich in Heart-Healthy Fats: Avocado is an excellent source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, which can help reduce bad cholesterol levels and decrease the risk of heart disease. 
  2. Packed With Nutrients: Avocado is a nutrient-dense food, meaning it’s high in beneficial vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B, C, E, K, and folate, as well as magnesium, potassium, and zinc. 
  3. May Help With Weight Loss: Avocado is high in fiber and low in calories, which may help with weight loss and maintenance. 
  4. May Help With Blood Sugar Control [2]: Avocado can help with blood sugar control due to its fiber content and healthy fats, which help slow digestion. 
  5. May Help Reduce Inflammation: Avocado contains compounds that can reduce inflammation, which may help with certain chronic conditions, such as arthritis.

“If you have nothing but love for your avocados, and you take joy in turning them into guacamole, all you need is someone to share it with.”

– Jason Mraz, Singer

5 Signs That Avocado Might Be Spoiled

rotten avocado
  1. Bad Smell: If your avocado has a bad smell, it is likely spoiled and should be discarded. 
  2. Change in Color: If the avocado has changed color from a lush green to a brown or black, it is likely spoiled and should be discarded. 
  3. Soft or Mushy Flesh: If the flesh of the avocado is soft or mushy to the touch, it is likely spoiled and should be discarded. 
  4. Discolored Flesh: If the flesh of the avocado has turned an off-color, such as yellow or brown, it is likely spoiled and should be discarded. 
  5. Mold: If the avocado has visible mold growth, it is spoiled and should be discarded.

“Turning aversion into appreciation is a culinary adventure. Just like an artist transforms a blank canvas, you can craft avocados into something unexpectedly delightful, painting your plate with newfound flavors.”

Eat Pallet Restaurant & Food Advice

Tips On How To Store Avocado

  1. Store ripe avocados at room temperature until they are ready to eat. 
  2. To ripen a firm avocado, place it in a paper bag at room temperature and check it daily. 
  3. To slow down the ripening process, refrigerate an avocado. 
  4. To store a ripe avocado, wrap it tightly in plastic and place it in the refrigerator. 
  5. To store cut avocados, sprinkle the cut surfaces with lemon or lime juice and store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. 
  6. To freeze the avocado, mash it with lemon juice and store it in an airtight container.


u003cstrongu003eHow to eat avocado without bread?u003c/strongu003e

Eating avocado without bread can be a great way to get the health benefits of avocado without the extra carbs. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eStart by cutting an avocado in half and removing the pit. If desired, you can scoop out the avocado’s flesh with a spoon and place it in a bowl. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eFor a simple snack, sprinkle the avocado with a bit of salt, pepper, and lime juice, and enjoy it with a spoon. u003cbru003eu003cbru003eAlternatively, you can mash the avocado in a bowl and mix in some diced tomatoes, onions, cilantro, jalapeños, and garlic for a delicious guacamole dip.

u003cstrongu003eHow to make avocado taste good for keto?u003c/strongu003e

To make avocado taste good for keto, start by selecting a ripe avocado. Cut the avocado in half and remove the pit. Then, mash the avocado and season it with sea salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and a squeeze of lime juice.u003cbru003e u003cbru003eFinally, top the avocado with diced tomatoes, cilantro, and jalapeno peppers. This flavorful combination will make the avocado taste delicious and keto-friendly. 

In Conclusion

If you don’t like avocado, there are plenty of other ways to enjoy it. You can use it as a spread on toast, add it to smoothies or salads, or blend it into a dip. 

Experimenting with different recipes and preparation methods can help you find a way to enjoy avocado that suits your taste. Regardless of your choice, you can still reap the health benefits of this superfood.


Shari Mason

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *