Stuffed Avocados

July 9, 2013

So if you haven’t noticed already, Mexican food is my favorite. On a weekly basis, Michael and I have a Mexican dinner of some sort. Lately it’s been my Salsa Verde Crock pot Chicken tacos, (find the recipe here) with my homemade guacamole. But I wanted to change things up a bit and made these stuffed avocados instead of the normal guac. They are quite easy and need simple ingredients.  
Here is what you will need:
-avocados (I would do 2 halves per person)
-fresh cilantro
-lime juice
-garlic salt to taste
-can of rinsed black beans
Start by chopping tomato and cilantro. Combine in bowl: tomatoes, black beans, lime juice, garlic salt, cilantro and mix together.

 Next halve avocados and score the inside.

 Add mixture in the avocado halves.

Bake in oven at 350 for 15 minutes. 
Serve with chips.

These stuffed avocados are a perfect side or appetizer to any Mexican meal! Pair with my Mango Margaritas and you are set!  Enjoy!

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  2. I hosted a meeting at my house last night and needed a quick and simple snack/meal to make. I remembered this post, and I made the salsa verde crock pot chicken, and it was a HUGE success. Thanks for the tip, I'll be doing that a lot!