Avocados are not just a vegan favorite, avocados are everyone’s favorite. They’re a creamy and delicious addition to your meal. Plus, avocados are super versatile. They work well with so many different cuisines and can even be used with savory or sweet recipes (if you haven’t made avocado chocolate pudding or ice cream you’re missing out.) While avocado toast is a truly divine invention, there are so many other delicious ways to eat avocados. If you need some inspiration, check out these 15 vegan recipes with avocado!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Avocado Archives!

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1. Avocado Tofu Chocolate Mousse

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What’s not to love about a healthy dessert made with plant-based vegan goodness like this tasty Avocado Tofu Chocolate Mousse by Diane Smith? It’s great for a snack or it’s elegant for dinner guests and so easy to put together. You’ll be out of the kitchen in a flash.

2. Cheesy Tofu Breakfast Bagel

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Recreate an eggy and comforting breakfast with this savory tofu, avocado, and caramelized onion sandwich. In addition to being a savory delight, Hailee Repko‘s Cheesy Tofu Breakfast Bagel is filling and protein-packed. Yum!

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3.  Veggie Dragon Roll

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Sushi. Is there anything better? While people normally associate sushi with raw fish, it actually lends itself really well to a variety of vegetables, most notably the humble avocado. There is something so delicious about the combination of sushi rice, seaweed and avocado with a little soy sauce to dip it in. There are so many other choices besides just avocado that you can use too, and it’s really just a matter of what you like. Dragon rolls are typically made with some type of fish (usually eel or shrimp), but this version uses tofu to get that meaty texture instead. They are always served inside out with the rice on the outside and topped with sliced avocado and a spicy mayo sauce. Try out Lindsay Clarke‘s Veggie Dragon Roll — you’ll love it!

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4. Green Pea Guacamole

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You’ll love the addition of peas makes this Green Pea Guacamole by Deena Mehta. It’s a good, sneaky way, to add fiber and protein to a snack.

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5. Matcha Avocado Smoothie

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Thick, creamy and crazy delicious, this Matcha Avocado Smoothie by Kat Condon is chock full of healthy antioxidants and fats – plus plant-based protein!

6. Roasted Corn and Avocado Salad

 

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The vegetable base in Nita Ragoonanan‘s Roasted Corn and Avocado Salad is perfect for when you’re wanting something crunchy and refreshing. With the creaminess of the avocado, you’re getting in your daily healthy fats, as well. This salad goes well as a side to any meal, or simply eat it right out of the bowl.

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7. Panko-Crusted Avo Wedges

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Mix and match Chinese and Japanese ingredients in this unique avocado side dish. For a homemade sweet-and-sour sauce, we swap in citrusy tangerine juice for the more classic pineapple juice, and for the avo wedges we use light and flaky Japanese panko in place of bread crumbs. Everyone will love these Panko-Crusted Avo Wedges by Avocaderia; Alessandro Biggi, Francesco Brachetti and Alberto Gramigni!

8. Sweet Potato Mash With Dill Avocado Sauce

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This Sweet Potato Mash with Avocado Dill Sauce by Michele Elizabeth is a super quick and easy week night meal to toss together, and leftovers are even better the next day for lunch!

9. Avocado Chocolate Cream Bars

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Avocado. Chocolate. Two things that don’t seem to go together, but let Tiffany Kinson‘s recipe for Avocado Chocolate Cream Bars show you that they actually do!

10. Guac Tots With Pico de Gallo

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Freezing the avocado filling first ensures perfectly shaped tots and makes frying a cinch. You can prepare the tots ahead of time and freeze them for later; they’ll keep for up to three months. They’re great to pull out for casual get-togethers – Be careful, though: Kids and adults both love them, and these Guac Tots With Pico de Gallo by Avocaderia; Alessandro Biggi, Francesco Brachetti and Alberto Gramigni go fast!

11. Magical Summer Rolls

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Beautiful, colorful, and absolutely magical-looking, these Magical Summer Rolls by Natalie Yonan are the perfect light lunch for warm weather days. These summer rolls are lined with polka beets and golden beets, so not only do they taste delicious, they’re also a feast for the eyes. Creamy, homemade almond butter sauce pairs perfectly with their crisp texture and fresh flavor.

12. Pistachio Avocado Ice Cream

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Smooth, creamy, sweet, nutty – the delicate richness of this Pistachio Avocado Ice Cream by Clean Desserts, Karielyn Tillman will make your summer day so much brighter! Satisfy your ice cream craving with this terrific and healthy option.

13. Avocado Pesto Pasta

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The perfect delicious meal for lazy or busy days. Avocado and pesto are such beautiful flavors that come together to make this creamy Avocado Pesto Pasta dish by Lenny Wu!

14. Marinated Kale Salad

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This Marinated Kale Salad by Nikki and Zuzana comes together in just 10 minutes and you can serve it as a side dish or a main meal. The salad has kale, bell pepper, and tomato. Then it’s topped with a delicious mixture of avocado, hemp, garlic, lemon, tamari, and celery. Such a flavorful light meal or side dish. This marinated kale salad is such a tasty way to get in your leafy greens.

15. Frozen Mini Mojito No Bake Tart

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Turn your go-to drink order into your new favorite no-bake dessert! This Frozen Mini Mojito No Bake Tart by Courtney West has the cocktail’s classic flavors of lime and mint, with a creamy avocado-based filling. So it’s basically the perfect summer dessert. Who doesn’t love a raw tart? Keep it in your freezer for when you need a refreshing treat. Or bring it to a party and impress all of the guests with your skills! Either way, you have to make this no bake mojito tart!

Learn How to Cook Plant-Based Meals at Home!

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Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancerprostate cancer and has many side effects.

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