Salmon & Avocado Pockets - Keto, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Sugar Free

Salmon & Avocado Pockets / Keto / Low Carb

Published on Oct 19, 2018

Salmon & Avocado Pockets - Keto, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Sugar Free

SALMON & AVOCADO POCKETS – Keto, Low Carb

This is a super easy recipe, which can be used for Halloween! Probably the easiest so far amongst all of my recipes, yet I still made a video 😛

If you want to decorate Jack O’ Lantern’s faces for Halloween, Nori Seaweed is very popular here in Japan for decorating faces on foods, such as on rice balls. It will be delicate work, which requires tweezers. Also, parsley stems can be used to resemble pumpkin stems.
(I used avocado skin, which needed to be removed before putting in the mouth! So it’s not really recommended…)

 

Salmon & Avocado Pockets - Keto, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Sugar Free

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Salmon & Avocado Pockets / Keto / Low Carb / Gluten Free / Sugar Free

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 10 pieces
Calories 89 kcal
Author Miyuki

Ingredients

  • 2.5 oz Cream Cheese (70 g)
  • 1/2 Avocado
  • 1 tsp Lemon Juice
  • 1 tbsp Mayonnaise
  • A Pinch Salt
  • A Pinch Black Pepper
  • 20 slices Smoked Salmon (about 10.5 oz / 300 g)

Instructions

  1. Add the cream cheese, avocado, lemon juice, mayo, salt and black pepper to a food processor. Blend well.
  2. Place one slice of the smoked salmon vertically and one slice horizontally, making a cross. Place 1/10 of the avocado mixture in the middle. Close the salmon slices to make a bundle. Repeat with the remaining mixture.

  3. Chill if desired.

  4. (Optional) Decorate Jack O’ Lantern faces for Halloween if desired. (See the Recipe Notes below for ideas.)

Recipe Notes

Per Piece (1/10):
Calories 89 kcal, Protein 8.4 g, Total Fats 5.6 g, Total Carbohydrates 0.5 g, Dietary Fiber 0.2 g, Sugar 0.3 g

Decoration Ideas:
Using Nori Seaweed is very popular here in Japan when decorating faces on foods, such as on rice balls. It will be delicate work, which requires tweezers or chopsticks. Also, parsley stems can be used to resemble pumpkin stems.
(I use avocado skin, which needs to be removed before putting in the mouth! So it's not really recommended...)

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