Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites

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Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites

As we officially kick off the summer season this weekend, I can’t help but think of all the wonderful parties, BBQs, picnics and other celebrations that lie ahead. After my trip to Mexico this week, I also cannot get mango and avocado off my mind. This simple-to-make appetizer is the perfect fresh and light, nourishing bite for any late spring or summer celebration. You’ll find a bright and slightly sweet flavor from the mango, a wonderful crispy crunch from the cucumber and a creamy, richness from the avocado. The red pepper flakes bring a gentle heat that you can control and the fresh mint compliments it all beautifully with a cooling finish.

Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites

This one-bite snack is a great treat for your casual Memorial Day backyard BBQ or it can be the perfect elegant appetizer for a more formal event. No matter the occasion, these Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites will brighten up any celebration.

Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites

With both the mango and the avocado, make sure you choose ones that are not too ripe. If they are super soft they will make cutting into cubes, kinda messy. I also recommend not mixing the avocado with the cucumber, mango and the olive oil blend, so it doesn’t lose it’s shape or get mushy.

Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites

Get the recipe for these Mango Avocado Cucumber Mint Bites on the Free People Blog BLDG25 today, as part of my ongoing restricted diet series.

3 Responses

  1. YUM! now time to master cutting a mango away from its seed… 😉

  2. Gaby says:

    Delicious! Love the brightness!

  3. Kate says:

    I think we are on the same wave length lady! This combination sounds magical.

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