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Spirulina Avocado Cucumber Bites

These bites are wonderful to serve at a party or to make and serve as an appetizer before a meal.

Makes 6 to 8 bites


- 1 large organic cucumber
- 1 ripe avocado
- pinch of Kosher salt
- 1/2 ripe organic roma tomato, diced
- 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice
- 1/2 teaspoon Hawaiian Spirulina powder
- organic grape tomatoes for garnish


Cut cucumber into thick 1 inch slices (you should be able to get 6 to 8 chunks from a large cucumber)

Scoop flesh out from center of cucumber.

Cut avocado in half and scoop out flesh. Mash with a fork and mix with all remaining ingredients except for the grape tomatoes.

Scoop into each cucumber bite and garnish with half a grape tomato. Serve immediately.

Healthy Highlights

Valued for its extremely high nutrient value, the avocado has become a prized ingredient in many of today’s healthiest dishes. In fact, in just a single 3.5oz serving of the fruit, you can expect to find significant amounts of Vitamins K, C, B5, B6 and E, along with many other important nutrients. There’s also more potassium than you find in a banana.

In this recipe, you also find cool, refreshing cucumbers. Composed almost entirely of water, cucumbers make for the perfect way to stay hydrated on a hot, summer day. Cucumbers can help to limit the inflammatory response in the body, and also contain healthy antioxidants such as Vitamin C and beta-carotene.

When you add in Hawaiian Spirulina to these bites, you also get the added benefit of elements like polysaccharides, which are said to support cardiovascular health.

Next time you’re looking for a healthy, low-calorie, energy-boosting snack that’s easy to make and super delicious, be sure to try Spirulina Avocado Cucumber Bites!

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