Avocado Apple Panini

February 22, 2011

Avocado meet Apple. 
Why how yummy you both are together. 
Creamy buttery taste combined with a crunchy sweet savor. 
What a perfect marriage.
Since avocado’s have been on sale lately, my consumption of them have increased greatly. 
When I’m home for lunch or in need of a quick dinner, this panini is so simple to make. 

If you have a panini maker, warm it up while assembling your panini.
Cut an avocado and de-pit  – I only use one half for a sandwich. 
Slice up an apple thinly. If it’s a smaller apple than use the whole thing! 
Squeeze out the avocado flesh (I’ve found this to be the easiest and cleanest way).
Spread the avocado over one side of the panini, or any kind of bread you desire. 
Add the apples and any other extras you want. 
Extras to Try: 
Onions
Walnuts
Pears
Cheddar Cheese
(for you meat lovers – Turkey or Bacon)
Fold and press down panini maker for just a few minutes or until the inside is warm. 
Then enjoy! 
What type of panini’s are your favorite? Any avocado lovers out there? 
Send recipes my way if you have a staple panini you enjoy making! 

6 thoughts on “Avocado Apple Panini

  1. Lula

    Holla! Avocado lover here. My favourite kind of paninis would be the ones with ham & cheese. Like Croque-Monsieurs, that’s how I call them! SO delicious!

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  2. brittni

    This looks amazing. I will definitely have to try it since I LOVE avocados! I found your blog via Selective Potential.. I’m also a MI blogger. Are you ready for spring or what? I know I am.. especially after the snow dump we recently had!

    xx, Brittni
    With Love From Michigan

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  3. brittni

    This looks amazing. I will definitely have to try it since I LOVE avocados! I found your blog via Selective Potential.. I’m also a MI blogger. Are you ready for spring or what? I know I am.. especially after the snow dump we recently had!

    xx, Brittni
    With Love From Michigan

    Reply
  4. Lula

    Holla! Avocado lover here. My favourite kind of paninis would be the ones with ham & cheese. Like Croque-Monsieurs, that’s how I call them! SO delicious!

    Reply

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