Stuffed avocados and ice cream for dessert

Stuffed avocados and ice cream for dessert

If the vitamin B balance is not right, then the body gets into a stress situation with many symptoms. Avocados contain a lot of stress-relieving vitamin B as well as magnesium, unsaturated fatty acids, and potassium. Potassium, in turn, regulates blood pressure. There is more potassium in half an avocado than in a banana. Vitamin D, which is also present, stabilizes blood sugar, so you automatically feel less stressed.

The avocado fruit is usually pear-shaped, between 7 and 20 centimeters long and about 5 to 9 centimeters wide. The avocados from tropical countries have a weight of 500 to 900 grams. The seed inside is about the size of a golf ball and accounts for 13 to 18 percent of the fruit.

The flesh is green to golden yellow and darkens when exposed to air; this can be prevented by adding lemon juice. The flesh and seeds contain up to 30 percent fat.
Avocado fruit does not ripen on the tree, but falls to the ground where it reaches final maturity.

The pit from the avocado is not suitable for consumption.

Stuffed avocados for four people

  • 2 avocados
  • 1 can of tuna
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 onion
  • 1 hard boiled egg
  • 1 tablespoon of herbs to taste
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 pinch of pepper
  • 1 pinch of salt

Preparation (guaranteed stress-free)

Cut the avocados in half and remove the seeds. Separate the flesh from the skin and puree it together with the lemon juice. Finely chop the onion and cut the tomatoes and egg into small pieces. Mix and season the remaining ingredients including tuna with the avocado mixture. To make the mixture spreadable, add some olive oil and fill half of the avocado shells with it and sprinkle them with the herbs.


Mix one avocado with one banana, almond milk, lemon juice and some maple syrup and freeze it – and enjoy your stress-free ice cream!