Recipes and Videos

Avocado Oil Cake with Fresh Berry Compote

Blueberries are indigenous to North America and have deep roots in the United States’ history. Native Americans developed the first blueberry baked goods, which they called[Read More]

Chicken with Leeks and Tarragon

chicken with leeks cooked with avocado oil

This classic French dish includes tarragon, one of the most used herbs in French cooking. The herb has been used by many cultures for medicinal purposes. The ancient Greeks chewed it[Read More]

Pork Tenderloin with Fennel and Sage

pork loin cooked with avocado oil

In ancient Rome fennel was associated with strength, longevity and courage. Often described as a most useful to women, fennel was used for the production of milk in lactating[Read More]

Tahini Avocado Hummus

heart healthy tahini made with avocado oil

Of Aztec origin, for centuries avocados have been valued for their high fat and vitamin content. They were referred to as the “poor man’s butter” by Spanish conquistadors.
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Asian Cabbage and Brussels Sprouts Salad

A basic condiment in China, Southeast Asia and Japan; soy sauce is made from a fermented mixture of soya bean, wheat, water and salt. [Read More]

Asparagus and Ricotta Toast

Asparagus were King Louis XIV’s favorite vegetable. His royal gardener, Jean de la Quintinie, developed a way to grow them in hot beds in Versailles so that he could enjoy them year-round.[Read More]

Avocado, Tomato and Manchego Bruschetta

This recipe is a variation of the traditional Catalan tapa, Pan con Tomate (Tomato Toast) and the popular avocado toast. [Read More]

Carrot Soup with Ginger and Curry

The idea of curry as a dish flavored with curry powder is a British invention, a misrepresentation of spiced Indian dishes referred to as “kari”, meaning sauce and used to describe spicy Indian sauces.[Read More]

Champagne Poppy Seed Avocado Vinaigrette

Chef Ace Champion’s excellent Champagne Poppy Seed Avocado Vinaigrette Dressing featuring AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.[Read More]

Chilled Avocado Soup

Of Aztec origin, avocados were originally valued for their high fat and vitamin content. [Read More]

Chipotle Lamb with Mango Chutney

Native to India, mangoes were first mentioned in the Upanishads about 1000 BC. Mango blossoms were considered sacred to the moon and had a wish-fulfilling connotation. [Read More]

Chocolate Avocado Bundt Cake with Chocolate Ganache

The “food of the gods,” chocolate is native to Mexico where it was consumed by priests and nobility as an unsweetened foamy drink. The Aztecs prepared a highly spiced beverage called “xocoatl,” [Read More]

Classic Club Sandwich with Avocado

The term sandwich is attributed to John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, who had an addiction for gambling and preferred to eat his food between two pieces of bread to avoid to leave the gaming table. [Read More]

Creole Chicken with Red Beans and Rice

Chef Emily Madden from H-E-B Cooking Connection created this flavorful recipe using AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.[Read More]

Easy Homemade Mayo

Healthy food blogger, Nosh My Way, created a simple and delicious recipe for homemade mayonnaise using AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil, egg yolk, dijon, lemon and vinegar. [Read More]

Fried Avocado Tacos with Creamy Jalapeño Sauce

Rachael Hartley, blogger at Avocado a Day Nutrition, crafted this delicious recipe for Fried Avocado Tacos with Creamy Jalapeño Sauce [Read More]

Herb Rubbed Brisket and Cauliflower Mash

For centuries, fresh herbs have been thought to contain magical powers. [Read More]

Honeyed Granola with Dried Apricots

granola snack with avocado oil

A cereal dish named granula was invented by 19th century by Dr. James Caleb Jackson for his health spa in Dansville, NY. [Read More]

Lavender Rosemary Cookies

In ancient Greece and Rome, rosemary was commonly used in wedding bouquets as it symbolized love and union. [Read More]

Leek and Feta Fritters

leek fritters cooked in avocado oil

Related to garlic and onion, leeks are native to the Near East and have been prized by gourmets for thousands of years. The Roman Emperor Nero believed leeks would improve his[Read More]

Leek, Gruyere and Spinach Quiche

Gruyere cheese has been produced in Switzerland since the 12th century.[Read More]

Mandarin Radish Salad Cups

Blogger, Gluten Free Gigi, crafted this delicious recipe for Mandarin Radish Salad Cups that features AVOCARE’s Extra Virgin Avocado Oil. [Read More]

Miso-Glazed Japanese Yams

Claudia Zapata’s deliciously sweet Miso-Glazed Japanese Yams featuring AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.[Read More]

Mushroom and Gruyere Tart

gruyere tart made with avocado oil

Mushrooms were feared and loved by the ancient Romans. Agrippina allegedly murdered her fourth husband, Emperor Claudius, with mushrooms so that her son, Nero, could rise to[Read More]

Pan Seared Bourbon Pecan Chicken

Chef Ace Champion’s amazing Bourbon Pecan Chicken recipe featuring AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.

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Pan Seared Chicken Breast Marsala

Chef Ace Champion’s delicious Chicken Breast Marsala recipe that features AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil. [Read More]

Pan Seared Tenderloin with Mushroom Port Wine Butter Sauce

Chef Ace Champion’s award winning Pan Seared Tenderloin with a Mushroom Port Wine Butter Sauce featuring AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.[Read More]

Prosciutto and Blue Cheese Bruschetta with Honey and Thyme

Thyme is an ancient symbol of life energy, spirit and bravery. Taken in vinegar and honey, it was thought to cure hypochondria and melancholy.[Read More]

Quinoa, Kale and Avocado Salad

Quinoa is referred to as the “mother of all grains.” The Spanish colonists suppressed its cultivation due to its status within indigenous religious ceremonies and forced them to grow wheat instead.[Read More]

Roasted Potatoes with Parsley and Chives

Native to South America, the potato was once thought to be poisonous and the cause of leprosy. [Read More]

Roasted Pumpkin Seed Pesto

Claudia Zapata from Celebrating Health crafted this delicious pesto recipe using pumpkins seeds, basil and AVOCARE Extra Virgin Avocado Oil.[Read More]

Roasted Red Pepper, Feta and Tomato Bruschetta

Feta is the best known of Greek cheeses. Sharp and salty, feta is traditionally made from sheep’s milk or a combination of sheep and goat’s milk. [Read More]

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet potatoes were domesticated in Peru since the 9th century BC and by the 3rd century BC had spread to the Caribbean.

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Salmon Patties with Cucumber Relish

Cucumbers are native to India where they have been cultivated for over 3,000 years. They were introduced to Europe by the ancient Greeks or Romans and made their way to American by the 16th century.[Read More]

Salmon with Basil Almond Pesto

Salmon is rich in many nutrients that fuel sexual vitality from omega-3 fatty acids to high quality protein. Salmon’s entire life cycle is dedicated to spawning.[Read More]

Simple Roasted Lemon Chicken

The technique of roasting has been around even before the widespread use of stoves.The process of cooking food in an uncovered pan produces a golden brown exterior and moist and delicious interior.[Read More]

Slow-Cooker Eggplant Parmesan

Elizabeth Hopson, guest blogger at Celebrating Health by Claudia Zapata,  crafted this delicious recipe for Slow-Cooker Eggplant Parmesan that features AVOCARE Extra Virgin 

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Speculoos Cookies

Traditionally baked for consumption on Christmas in the Netherlands, Belgium, Northern France and Germany, these cookies are prepared with flour, butter, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cardamom and pepper. [Read More]

Spiced Trail Mix with Mixed Nuts, Cherries and Dark Chocolate

Trail mix consists of dried fruits, nuts and sometimes chocolate. It is considered an ideal snack food for hikers because it is easy to store, doesn’t require cooking prior to consumption and is nutritious. [Read More]

Sriracha Chicken and Kale Salad with Avocado Oil Vinaigrette

Until the end of the Middle Ages, kale was one of the most common green vegetables in all of Europe. [Read More]

Strawberry Basil Muffins with Coconut Whipped Cream

Strawberries were the favorite fruit of the French court. Louis XIV held a poetry contests on the topic of the fruit and Marie Antoinette’s favorite dessert was a bowl of strawberries with whipped cream.[Read More]

Stuffed Tomatoes with Fresh Herbs

stuffed tomatoes with avocado oil

Tomatoes are native to Mexico and were introduced into Europe in the 16th century. The Spanish Bourbons, who ruled southern Italy at that time, introduced them to Sicily, and they[Read More]

Summer “Ceviche” with Corn, Mango and Avocado

A specialty of Central and South America, ceviche is typically raw fish marinated in lime or lemon juice with olive oil and spiced with chile peppers. [Read More]

Thai Basil Pesto

Marlene Baird, blogger at Nosh My Way, crafted this delicious recipe for Thai Basil Pesto

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Tomato Spring Onion & Herbed Chevre Salad

Blogger, Gluten Free Gigi, crafted this delicious recipe for Tomato Spring Onion & Herb Chevre Salad that features AVOCARE’s Extra Virgin Basil Avocado Oil. [Read More]

Vanilla Roasted Carrots

roasted carrots with avocado oil

Native to Iran and Afghanistan, carrots have been cultivated since antiquity. Throughout the Middle Ages, carrots were produced in a variety of colors, including purple[Read More]

Zucchini & Yellow Cherry Tomato Salad with Chives and Garlic Avocado Oil

Blogger, Gluten Free Gigi, crafted this delicious recipe for Zucchini & Yellow Cherry Tomato Salad with Chives and Garlic Avocado Oil that features AVOCARE’s Extra Virgin Garlic Avocado Oil. [Read More]