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St. Patrick's Day Recipes

As with all fruits and vegetables, wash avocados before cutting.
Check out our tips for how to choose and use California Avocados.


We didn’t find our lucky charm in a pot at the end of a rainbow, but it is a product of the California sun. Can you guess it? It’s a California Avocado! Everything it touches becomes infinitely more delicious—from guacamole to corned beef sandwiches. That’s why we keep our lucky charm on us at all times.

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What did you think that pocket was for? We’ve never been caught without a snack—or without California green on 3/17. Because we want to make sure you’re covered too, here are some recipes to make in a St. Paddy’s Day pinch.

St. Patrick’s Day Guacamole

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A leprechaun-sized portion of this delicious guac just won’t cut it. With sharp cheddar, carrots, bacon, parsley and onion weaved throughout this Californian classic, you’ll have even your guacamole-averse friends saying O’ Yum.

Lucky Irish Twice-Baked Potatoes

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Nothing’s more Irish than potatoes—except green potatoes. Mix in California Avocado pieces to your standard twice-baked potato add-ins and top with guacamole for a festive side dish sure to make your guests feel lucky.

Shamrock Avocado and Corned Beef Bites

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Finding a four-leaf clover can be tough. Make your own luck—and a great topping for these corned beef bites—by taking a shamrock-shaped cookie cutter to your California Avocado slices. Need some additional help with those cut-outs? Check out these garnish ideas using California Avocados.

And don’t forget to trade in your pot o’ gold for a pot o’ guac this St. Patrick’s Day by heading to your local grocer and looking for California on the label.

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