Avocado Chicken Kabobs

I have always been a big fan of avocado. Okay, maybe not always…but as my taste buds developed and once I actually tried them (at 16), I fell in love. Avocado was a food that I thought was just added to a recipe for the texture, but I had no idea until I went to college how impressively nutritious it is! Did you know that avocados provide a natural health promoting vitamins and minerals? Avocados, due to their mono and polyunsaturated fat content, are a great substitution for foods rich in saturated fat. Avocados also contribute nearly 20 vitamins, minerals and beneficial plant compounds that can contribute to the nutrient quality of your diet. This is the fat that you MUST include in your diet and it will also help you to stay fuller, longer so you snack less. It is also a great way to get healthy fats into your baby’s diet! 

 Avocado Chicken Kabobs


This avocado chicken combination has got to be one of my favorite recipes as it is so fresh and easy to do. The flavors blend so well and a bonus is that it is super healthy!

Sprinkle your chicken breasts with seasoned salt. Preheat a grill or grill pan over medium heat, BBQ your bacon and chicken right onto the grill making sure to grill thoroughly. We love cooking our bacon this way as it makes for easy clean up!

chop up all ingredients and assemble your kabobs!

4 servings
Prep 30 minutes


Seasoned Salt 

3 avocado
3 chicken breasts
6 strips of bacon
cilantro as desired
2 limes for seasoning
3 tomato (I used Roma)

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  • Linda Montes

    The one interesting fact I learned from watching the video is that children are amazing. They are so bright and show true emotions. Also that avocados are a fruit….I knew that. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Julia V

    I always knew that avocados are healthy, but I didn’t realize they had 20 different vitamins! That’s amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • Gina M

    I learned that they are a great source of potassium!

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  • I learned avocados are a fruit not veggie!ReplyCancel

  • Until I watched I had no idea an avocado was a fruit. I always thought it was a vegetable.ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia G

    natural good fat your body needs can be added to all meals of day due to light flavor profileReplyCancel

  • Mary Happymommy

    I learned avocados are a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Samantha

    Love the little boy who loves “adacados”. I learned that they are a fruit and not a veggie….our family loves avocados.ReplyCancel

  • HS

    Avocado is actually a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Kim D.

    I learned that since avocados have a seed it is a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • What a simple combination of ingredients that will make a delicious recipe. Pinned to my gluten free tailgating board.ReplyCancel

  • Allison Downes

    A fact I learned from watching the video is that avocados are fruit.

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  • sandra

    avocado is a fruitReplyCancel

  • shelly peterson

    I learned that avocados are a fruit since they have a seed.ReplyCancel

  • I learned avocados are fruits, not veggies!ReplyCancel

  • Marcia Goss

    I learned that an avocado is a fruit, not a vegetable.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Brown

    I learned: Since avocados have a seed, they are considered a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I had no idea that they are a fruit! HahaReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    I learned that avocados are actually a fruit!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly D

    I learned that Avocados are cholesterol free.ReplyCancel

  • Camille Walker

    I love learning about healthy fats that I should have in my diet!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy H

    I too learned avocados are fruit! Who knew? lolReplyCancel

  • monica

    Fruit hmm always thought it was a veggie weird.ReplyCancel

  • Avocados are a fruit because vegetables don’t have seeds!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my gosh – the kids are so adorable! I learned that avocados are a fruit (and since its based on the seed things – tomatoes must be too, right?) anyway, I love avocado and these kebabs look tasty!ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Love avocados!! My favoriteReplyCancel

  • I also didn’t know avacados are fruit! Thanks for the recipe 🙂ReplyCancel

  • kristen visser

    Avocado is a fruit?? you learn something new everyday lolReplyCancel

  • Vanessa Barker

    A fruit? WHAT?!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Teears

    I didn’t know they were a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Shanie Ellison

    I learned avacodos have potassium something I did not know. They are full of vitamins and minerals.ReplyCancel

  • Alisha

    It’s a source of GOOD fats. Who knew there were good fats?ReplyCancel

  • janna murray

    Learned that are a fruit! love them smashed onto toast-ReplyCancel

  • Karolina B

    All my favorite things! This is perfect for a party!! Love me some avocado 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Meg Beckstead

    I learned that the Avocado is a fruit and not a veggie and also that Superman is pretty healthy 😉ReplyCancel

  • chelsea

    had no idea avocado was a fruit! always thought it was a veggieReplyCancel

  • Sarah Ballou

    I learned avocados are a great super food and a fruit not a vegetable.ReplyCancel

  • Nicke Brown

    Avocados are AMAZING! I use half of one in my morning green smoothie. It makes it extra creamy without adding a ton of flavor. I use the second half to make a quick guac for lunch or dinner. I chop it up and add garlic and onions to it w some lemon pepper and a drop of lime essential oil. I add in toasted pita triangles and some little bell peppers and I’m enjoying all the flavor! Try it!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie

    I learned avocados are a fruit!! what?!ReplyCancel

  • I learned that I can substitute avocado for butter in baked goods! What a great I idea. I never knew you could do that. I will be trying this with cookies this week!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Troutman

    I learned that avocados are a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Stover

    I didn’t know that avocados were a fruit.ReplyCancel

  • I found it interesting that they are a fruit not a vegetable.ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah

    All these years I thought avacodos were vegetables!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie

    Avocado is my new mayo on sandwiches!ReplyCancel

  • Honestly I learned that vegetarians and verternarians are not the same thing, I mean seriously…Who knew???

    And seriously avocados ARE great in Green smoothies 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Kim Henrichs

    I learned that dairy comes from Dairy Queen!! haha love it. 🙂 Also, avocado is a (very yummy) fruit!!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Hiles

    I learned that avocados are a fruit. I would not have guessed that. I didn’t know that it depended on whether or not they had seeds. Interesting.ReplyCancel


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