Taco Stuffed Avocados with Chipotle Cream

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This Taco Stuffed Avocados with Chipotle Cream Recipe looks so good you'll want to try it right away. Avacado recipes like this one are just the thing if you are trying to stick to a gluten-free diet and a great variation on a popular dinner idea. This stuffed avocados with chipotle cream recipe use Hormel Foods natural taco meats to save you some time and add flavor to this unique recipe idea. The best part about this avocado recipe is that it is so easy to make, you can even get the kids to help out. Avocados are packed with heart-healthy fatty acids and cholesterol lowering properties, and is a great topper for tacos, and with this recipe, you will get to enjoy even more of the fruit. Creamy avocados serve as the perfect shell for this easy weeknight beef tacos recipe with chipotle-flavored sour cream. You can warm the avocados on the grill or toaster oven, or just leave them at room temperature whichever you prefer.

You can even enjoy these stuffed avocado tacos re-heated for lunch the next day. Just pop one in the microwave for about a minute or so, and lunch is ready. With ingredients like avocados, natural taco meats beef crumbles from Hormel shredded cheddar; Cotija crumbled cheese, chopped onion, tomatoes and cilantro this recipe idea looks as good as it tastes. To make the beef crumble simply heat the meat in a skillet with a bit of vegetable oil and you’re ready to use them as a topping. The beef is already seasoned to they are super easy to use. You can make a taco bar so everyone can add their favorite ingredients with shredded cheddar and Cotija crumbles, tomatoes and salsa. One of the best parts about this avocado recipe is the chipotle cream drizzle. It adds a layer of smokiness that you are sure to love.

Nutrition Facts for: Taco Stuffed Avocados with Chipotle Cream from Foodie Crush

Ingredients: Avocados, vegetable oil, HORMEL® Taco Meats Beef Crumbles, cheddar cheese, sour cream, chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, adobo sauce, Cotija cheese crumbles, tomatoes, onion, cilanto leaves.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving:Calories 850, Calories from Fat 626, Total Fat 69.5g 107%, Saturated Fat 24.4g 122%, Cholesterol 131mg 44%, Sodium 342mg 14%, Potassium 1608mg 46%, Carbohydrates 23.4g 8%, Dietary Fiber 14.5g 58%, Sugars 3.2g, Protein 39.2g, Vitamin A 32%, Vitamin C 55%, Calcium 31%, Iron 99%

These days you will find the avocado fruit readily available in supermarkets all over North America. When it comes to buying avocados you want to get them when they are just about ripe.Depending on how hard the avocados are, it can take a few days on the countertop for them to ripen but as soon as they start to get a little soft, depending how quickly you plan to eat them, you can slow down the process by putting them into the refrigerator and take them out with plans of when you want to consume them so they can ripen further if required. Avocados that are too hard will need to be further ripened which can be done leaving out of the refrigerator on the countertop, and for avocados that are already ripe and ready to eat, you can put them in the fridge until they are ready to use so. Avocado nutrients you will find in avocados include B vitamins and vitamin K and dietary fiber, with amounts of vitamin C and vitamin E, and lesser amounts of iron and calcium. About 75 percent of and avocados energy comes from monosaturated fat as oleic acid. Thank you to Heidi at "Foodie Crush" for sharing this amazing avacado recipes idea for taco stuffed avocados with chipotle cream. This is just one of the recipes you will find on the site. Other recipe ideas you will find include breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, family friendly, healthy, seasonal and more. *

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