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All you avocado aficionados out there will be salivating over the dishes we feature in this segment. Chef Stuart O’Keeffe joins us in The Balancing Act kitchen to whip up some traditional — and innovative — avocado recipes for all your Big Game entertaining!

From a sumptuous tuna poke bowl with avocado to zesty wings with avocado ranch dressing and an oversized club sandwich, we’re serving up tasty treats made with ripe-frozen avocados from Welch’s. Welch’s Frozen Avocados are frozen at the peak of ripeness, so they taste as good as fresh avocados.

The delicious, nutritious and versatile frozen avocados from Welch’s come in convenient hand-cut chunks and can be used in a variety of smoothies, salads, desserts! Thanks to Welch’s, you can get perfectly ripe fresh frozen avocados, available all year round. You can even save money on Welch’s Frozen Avocados when you sign up for the Checkout 51 coupon app!

Whether it’s for The Big Game or an afternoon snack, Welch’s has a variety of mouthwatering recipes that will satisfy your avocado craving all year long!

Plus, you could win a $500 gift card in our Facebook contest! Just share your favorite avocado recipe — but hurry, because the sweepstakes end on February 4.

 

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