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

If you’ve never tried grilling an avocado, it’s not too late! Don’t forget, the California avocado season lasts from Spring through late Summer. California Avocados are best for grilling when they’re ripe but still firm. You can either grill them in slices, wedges or halves. 


  1. Cut washed avocado in half, peel, seed and slice. 
  2. Drizzle the flesh with fresh lime or lemon juice and brush lightly with olive oil. 
  3. Gently place the slices on a grill – you can do this over a gas grill or in your kitchen on a grill pan on medium high heat. 
  4. Grill the slices on each side for 2 to 3 minutes until you get beautiful grill marks. 
  5. Season with salt to taste!


  1. Cut washed avocado in half and remove the seed. 
  2. Again, drizzle the flesh with fresh lime or lemon juice and brush it lightly with olive oil. 
  3. Gently place cut side down on your preferred grill and cook for 2 minutes or until you get grill marks. 
  4. Then turn the avocado 90 degrees to get cross grill marks. Let it cook for 2 more minutes and remove… Season with salt to taste. 

Grilled avocado halves are great when filled with your favorite California fresh flavors like mango salsa, shrimp salad, or even tomatoes and mozzarella! The options are endless. 


You can use any sized avocado for grilling, and they’re fabulous paired with grilled poultry, meats, fish or just about any grilled vegetables! In fact, heart-healthy California Avocados act as a “nutrient booster” by helping increase the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients like vitamins A, D, K and E. 

Check out the video demo below to see how you can grill your California Avocados today. 

Dzung Duong

Honeysuckle is a food and lifestyle channel hosted by Dzung Duong whose dedication to simplifying gourmet recipes, lifestyle design, and responsible beauty has allowed her to grow into a YouTube sensation. Dzung has been cooking since she was 8 years-old, when her grandmother taught her authentic Vietnamese recipes with a twist. Her exceptional content, produced with a playful edge, has made her channel a destination with a full video production business, which she runs with her business partner husband. Her most viral videos include 25 epic toast ideas, the 45-second breakfast sandwich, and decadent Nutella filled cookies. Her mission is: to “inspire young women across the globe to use food and lifestyle choices to develop creativity, self-confidence and community in everyday life.” She and her husband live in Los Angeles with their 1 year old daughter, Erisy, and border collie.

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