There are seven avocado alternatives that are not only inexpensive but also beneficial to one's health.

Avocado is a nutrient-dense superfood due to its beneficial fats, vitamins, and minerals. There are various healthy choices for people with allergies, taste preferences, or availability. These five healthy avocado substitutes are great:

Vitamin E, magnesium, and antioxidants boost brain function and decrease inflammation. Use them to top yogurt, smoothies, or oatmeal.”

Greek yogurt is flexible and protein-rich. Probiotics and calcium strengthen bones. Its creamy texture may replace avocados in salads, dips, and condiments.

Chickpea hummus contains protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Vitamins and minerals include folate, iron, and zinc. Spread hummus over whole-grain bread, dip veggies, or add it to wraps for a healthy boost.

Extra virgin olive oil contains heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, unlike avocados. Pour it over salads, veggies, or whole grains for flavor and health.

Non-dairy, protein-rich nutritional yeast tastes cheesy without avocado's saturated fats. It's rich in B vitamins, notably B12, which vegans and vegetarians need. Sprinkle it on spaghetti, popcorn, or roasted veggies.

Sesame seed paste tahini tastes nutty and creamy. Healthy fats, protein, calcium, and iron are abundant. As a dressing, dip, or drizzle over roasted veggies.

Almond and cashew butters add richness and creaminess to recipes. They provide protein, healthy fats, and minerals. Put them on toast, in porridge, or in smoothies. If you're allergic to avocados or can't get them, you can eat substitutes.

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