How do you feel about condiments, yes I asked about condiments? Maybe it's a weird question to ask, but I am obsessed with them...ketchup, spicy mayo, honey mustard and now GoAvo! I am always seeking an alternative for mayonnaise because I love chicken, egg and tuna salad- I think we can all agree that if we don't have to use it, we probably shouldn't!! Well when it comes to being good for you - GoAvo is the way to go! It's soy free, non-GMO, no artificial ingredients & all around better when compared to mayo!
Each bottle contains 90% avocado - so you know that toast you're eating in the morning with avocado and a few red pepper flakes - you could totally use GoAvo as well!
GoAvo was founded by Aaron and Kaitlyn who took a break from their professional careers in finance and fashion to pursue their passion...Healthy food that is actually delicious! How cool is that?! Right now GoAvo is being sold in 5 states - and if you happen to live in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York or Vermont - check out what stores are currently carrying them! Onto the "recipe" -
When Gary was in college he loved making tuna sandwiches, but used English muffins so that he could easily eat them on his way to class- so studious! I decided to take his old favorite and make it healthier by using GoAvo.
//mix the tuna with choice of spread - I used Chipotle & Basil
//Layer on top of the English muffin with tomato & choice of cheese on top - I used American
//Pop in the toaster oven until cheese has melted
//ENJOY! I served ours with a side of sweet potato fries & carrots.
But what about the taste?! It's not overpowering or potent in smell - it's the perfect amount of flavor & to be quite honest I didn't feel like I was missing anything by using this in place of mayo. I've already added it to my breakfast burrito & added the spread to an otherwise bland sandwich! There are 9 recipes to try on their website and I've got my eyes set on chicken salad next - I usually use plain greek yogurt in place of mayo - so I'm excited for a different flavor!
I realize that this product is not sold everywhere, yet, but I'm really interested in knowing what you use in place of mayo - if you're making a recipe that calls for it.
Thank you to GoAvo for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.
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