How often did you end up with a half o avocado after making a dish, and after only a couple of hours, it turned brown and mushy? If you are tired of throwing away avocados because you can’t eat them fast enough, read this post and discover the simple methods you can use to freeze avocados.

What Does Avocado Taste Like?

Regarding taste, avocado is neither sweet, salty, nor bitter. Instead, it has a neutral taste and a creamy consistency, making it very versatile: it can be combined with other ingredients, either spicy and salty, or even with sweet ingredients, resulting in healthy cake creams.

Can You Freeze Avocados?

Absolutely! The good news is that avocados are freezer-friendly, allowing you to store them for extended periods in the freezer until you’re ready to utilize them.

Freezing a Whole Avocado 

1. Wash the avocado fruit. 2. Tightly wrap each avocado piece with plastic wrap. 3. Place each wrapped avocado piece into a Ziploc freezer bag. 4. Finally, store the avocado in the freezer for a period of 3-6 months.

Freezing Avocado Halves

1. Sprinkle a little lemon juice on each avocado half.. 2. Wrap each avocado half tightly. 3. Place the wrapped avocado halves in a freezer-safe bag. 4. Squeeze out any excess air from the bag, zip it closed securely, and then transfer it to the freezer.

Freezing Avocado Puree

1. Use a spoon to scoop out the flesh 2. Blend it until it reaches a creamy consistency. 3.Mix it with 2 tablespoons of lemon juice. 4. Place the avocado puree in a sealed container suitable for freezing. 5. 1. Put the sealed container in the freezer for storage.

How Can I Use Frozen Avocado?

Smoothies: Frozen avocados are great for smoothies. Combined with fresh or frozen fruits, frozen avocados provide a creamy texture to the smoothie. 

Salads: you can add defrosted avocado to your favorite salad. – Guacamole: Use defrosted avocado puree to make delicious guacamole.

How To Choose A Ripe Avocado

An avocado is ripe if it has dark green skin and is soft when pressed in the area where the tail is. Otherwise, a ripe avocado fruit should be hard to the touch. Avoid avocados that have brown skin, they are not ripe. If you have taken an unripe avocado, leave it for a few days until it reaches the desired consistency.


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