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Start your morning with a hearty breakfast to keep you going, it will give you tons of energy through out the day  and also quicken your metabolism . Most people eat avocados alone but here are a few exciting avocados combos you should try for breakfast:


The creamy savoury texture of avocado goes well with poached egg. Not too much to overwhelm your taste buds and goes well with the crunchiness of the toast: Recipes for Avocado & toast here 


 Not many of us like our greens, but salads don’t need to be boring. Add a bit of colour and flavour. Be adventurous with your ingredients. Get amazing Avocado salad recipes here


The crispiness and lightness of the croissant is exquisite with the creamy texture of the avocado. I’m already salivating at the thought of this. Get more ideas here


A sandwich is always a go to option, so why not be daring with the fillings. Try this amazing sandwich recipe here


You can’t go wrong with a pizza. Here is a quick and easy way to make your own avocado pizza, it doesn’t always have to be unhealthy!


Blend all your favourite fruits and vegetables to create your own smoothie. Avocado has 20 essential nutrients which include fibre, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins, and folic acid. It’s a quick way to get your 5 a day in so why not. Get 4 breakfast smoothies here


From the other recipes, I think we have gathered that both eggs and avocado is a perfect match. So, why not start off your day with a really filling and scrumptious omelette: recipe 


A jacket potato can never go wrong quick, this is a delicious combo which will excite your taste buds. Why not try out this amazing recipe


Wrap up all the amazing flavour with this tasty breakfast burrito recipe


 Avocados and bananas complement one another to create a smooth batter which is both satisfying and has additional nutritional benefits. Pancakes are always a yes 🙂 recipe here

Which avocado combo would you try out? Did you know you can also put avocado in your hair

Romana Shah

Romana Shah

Romana graduated with an undergraduate degree in English language from Sheffield Hallam University and then went on to do a Masters in Public Relations. She worked for two years in-house for a South Asian Fashion boutique where she wrote articles for the South Asian press and managed the brand of the company. Romana then moved on to be successful on the Taylor Bennett Foundation training programme which equips and supports individuals from ethnic diverse backgrounds to get into the PR and communications industry. Romana recently joined Flame PR because she enjoyed the opportunity to tap into the financial and tech sector. Alongside her PR duties she also works with the sales team to get new business for the agency.


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