California Avocados Direct Giveaway

*This giveaway is now closed. The three winners are: Tracy S. (#40), Cheryl (#98), and Leslie Kanter (#176). Congratulations! We will email the winners! Thanks to everyone who commented.*

Next up on our giveaway list is a fantastic box of Fuerte avocados from California Avocados Direct. I fell in love with California Avocados Direct when I was pregnant. I was craving avocados like mad and easily ate an entire box of avocados. Not in one sitting, but it didn’t take me long:) They are the best avocados I have ever tasted. We made Grilled Guacamole, Mexican Rice BowlsAvocado Ice Cream, and even ate them by the spoonful.

A box of avocados makes a perfect gift for the holidays! You can order them online-which makes your shopping super duper easy! And California Avocados Direct is giving all of our readers a special 10% discount. To redeem, enter the following code in the coupon code: “HOLIDAY2011.” 

Now for the giveaway-for a chance to win a box of 9 Fuerte avocados, please leave a comment on this post telling us what you will make if you win a box of avocados. And good news-there will be not one, not two, but THREE winners! Yahoo!

For additional entries:

1. Follow California Avocados Direct on Facebook-leave a separate comment letting us know you are following.

2. Follow California Avocados Direct on Twitter-leave a separate comment letting us know you are following.

The giveaway is for U.S. residents only. Please make sure you leave a valid email address. The giveaway is open until Sunday, December 11th, 10:00 p.m. MST. Winners will be chosen randomly. Good luck!

This giveaway is being provided by California Avocados Direct, but our opinions are our own. 

Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. Yummy! Guacamoles are so great – start with fish tacos and guac dip. Then on to explore other great recipes and my fave would be just plain ol’ slice and eat.

  2. My little girl (she’s 2) and I both love avocados! Actually, while guacamole and other prepared avocado dishes are all delicious, I prefer to cut them in half, sprinkle some salt and pepper and just eat them with a spoon.

  3. I’d probably eat 1/2 of them as guacamole because I LOVE guacamole. I eat with a spoon. Then, I’d make a sandwich… turkey, bacon & avocado on focaccia (add sprouts, tomatoes, red onion, and a little mayo/mustard). Then, I’d make all sorts of Mexican inspired dishes. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.

  4. Has to be one of my all time favorite foods! I can think of way more than 9 ways I’d eat those beauties. Sliced with salt and pepper, halfed with a scoop of chicken salad in the center, diced and served in a steaming bowl of tortilla soup, in a lovely garden salad with my homemade vinegeret, deep fried chunks in a beer batter, in enchiladas, marinated with cucumbers and red onions, guacamole, on an italian sub sandwiche, a caviar/sour cream/egg salad/guacamole layered and molded appetizer….I’d run out of the fruit before I’d run out of ideas.

  5. What wouldn’t I make, I add avocado’s to almost everything. My favorite is to add them atop Huevos Rancheros. The creamy texture compliments the spicy sauce. mmm making me hungry just thinking about it. Plus my mom and myself love making avocado smoothies, at first we were a little skeptical but they are yummy.

  6. No matter how I eat them they are absolutely delicious. Since I moved to the northwest have had the pleasure of enjoying them every week at shopping time. Love your blog. Keep up the great job of interesting recipes and sharing.

  7. Definitely some avocado toast and BLAT (bacon, lettuce, tomato on toast). My 4-year-old granddaughter will probably devour them sliced with a bit of salt.

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