When it comes to a healthy lunch, you just can’t go wrong with avocado. But why not break the sandwich habit and pair a delicious topping with Cruskits Light. You’ll not only cut calorie intake, but also boost the nutritional value of your lunch.
So we asked Sporteluxe editorial writer Emily Waight to share with you her favourite low calorie lunch topping and our expert nutritionist Bannie Williams founder of The Healthy Ingredient offers the pros and cons of this recipe.
Emily’s low calorie Smashed Avocado on Crisps
What you’ll need:
2 Cruskits Light $3.00
Mash avocado with lemon juice, salt and pepper. Spread over cruskits. Top with goats cheese, chilli flakes, and baby herbs.
“Simple and delicious, this is my go-to recipe for breakfast or lunch.”
“Avocado is a nutritional delight full of vitamin E, C and healthy fats which promote collagen production and help nourish the skin. Lemon juice has an alkalizing effect on the body and the Cruskits are a lower carb alternative for those wanting a lighter meal option.”