- Bake half an avocado with an egg in the hole left by the stone and top with chorizo for a tasty breakfast.
- Use slices of avocado as a burger topping.
- Use avocado and coconut milk to make dairy free ice-cream.
We source different varieties throughout the year to give you the best eating quality. Depending on variety the skin will vary from dark purple/black to dark green, and from knobbly to smooth.
Country of Origin
Country of origin may vary between Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Israel, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Mozambique, Peru, South Africa, Spain, Tanzania and USA.
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 2 days excluding delivery day.
|Typical Values (As Sold)
|Per Avocado (80g)
|% RI Per Avocado (80g)
|of which saturates
|of which sugars
|*Reference Intake (RI) figures for an average adult.
|This pack contains 4 servings.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (460)
hit and miss
I think I am going to give up with avocados from Ocado. More and more they are inedible. When they are ripe they are delicious but more often than not now, they are hard and take ages to ripen then go mushy overnight. Think I will start just getting them from the supermarket so I can have a feel first.
not ripe and ready. always throwing these away
Whenever I order these, they are either rock hard or rotten.
Last well but take out of the fridge to to make sure the ripeness is soft
Hit and miss
Unfortunately, the quality can vary. The products from South Africa are usually of good quality, but those from Chile have been somewhat subpar in recent weeks.
Eyes lit up that these were so bus but for each one end was too soft and the other too hard. Disappointing sadly
Peruvian good. SA ones less so
The Peruvian ones are normally great. The South African ones are generally poor. Hard and/or rotten.