These yummy, guacamole wraps are a recipe that you will go to for lunch again and again!
Avocados are dark green globes, which sometimes even appear black. Their pebbled skin conceals a yellow-green, soft, buttery flesh. Another name for avocados is the “alligator pear.” The flavor of avocados is quite mild, making this fruit (yes, avocados are a fruit, not a vegetable) very versatile.
Unfortunately, many times
the question of calories in an avocado makes some people hesitate
enjoying this wonderful fruit. The health promoting monounsaturated fats
along with all of the other avocado health benefits makes this an
ideal, almost perfect food, to satisfy and even help prevent overeating.
are a favorite fruit of raw foodies. Their taste is mild to even bland
and not at all sweet, unlike most fruits. Avocados are easily
digestible, their high, good fat content makes them a slow burning fuel
to feed your healthy lifestyle. Avocados have good, healthy fats the kind of good fats that are known to help balance the hormones.
Whoohoo! That is a good reason to enjoy half an avocado a day ~ eh?
2 avocados, pitted and mashed
The juice of one lime
2 spring onions with tops, chopped
2 tablespoons of chopped fresh cilantro
1 clove of garlic, finely minced
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon of natural sea salt
3 large leaves of Romaine lettuce
Fresh salsa for topping
Wash and dry the Romaine lettuce.
Mix all of the ingredients together. Spoon the guacamole into the large Romaine lettuce leaves. Top with some fresh salsa. Enjoy the crunchy, fresh flavors again and again.
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