Food·Updated on May 9, 2020. Posted on May 17, 201427 Next-Level Ways To Use AvocadoIt's not an ingredient. It's a lifestyle.by Christine ByrneBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Make vegan mayonnaise. girlmakesfood.com It's like when two very attractive people (mayo and guac, in this case) get together and have a child that's even better looking than either of them. Recipe here. 2. Bake it into cheesy skillet pizza bread. Averie Sunshine / averiecooks.com Recipe here. 3. Or, just put it on an actual pizza. Maria & Josh Lichty / twopeasandtheirpod.com Everything tastes better in pizza form. Recipe here. 4. Make a super-simple, healthy pudding. Photograph by Yael Malka for BuzzFeed / buzzfeed.com You just need four ingredients, 2 minutes, and a blender! Recipe here. 5. Use it as a moisturizing face mask. Leah Bergman / freutcake.com Instructions here. 6. Freeze it into popsicles. Lauren Hendrickson / yumsugar.com If you ever find yourself with a surplus of avocados (unlikely, but still), these will last weeks in the freezer. Recipe here. 7. Turn it into truffles! detoxinista.com I know. I KNOW! Recipe here. 8. Bake an egg into it. Lizzie Fuhr / fitsugar.blinktwo.com Protein + Fat + Deliciousness = Staying Power and Happiness. Recipe here. 9. Grill it. treehugger.com Learn how to grill avocados (and then turn them into guacamole!) here. 10. ... then, stuff it! Amy Roth / chimeraobscura.com In terms of what to put inside, nothing is off limits. Recipe here. 11. Use it to make low-carb, dairy-free mint chocolate chip ice cream. ketodietapp.com No green food coloring necessary. Recipe here. 12. Spike it with tequila. Jerry James Stone / cookingstoned.tv It sounds weird until you remember that everything is better with tequila. Recipe here. 13. Use it to make a crazy delicious guacamole/hummus hybrid. savorhomeblog.blinktwo.com The cronut ain't got nothin' on HUacamole. Recipe here. 14. Repurpose the flesh and the ground-up pit to make a heavy-duty foot scrub. Cari Dunn / yourbeautyblog.com Instructions here. 15. Blend it into pesto. betterwithcake.com Combine half an avocado with half a cup of pesto for a creamy, super flavorful sauce. Recipe here. 16. Make it your base ingredient for cold soup. Zack DeStart / bonappetit.com Crab and avocado salads are pretty de rigueur, so why not try cold avocado and crab soup? Recipe here. 17. Use it as a dairy substitute in creamy salad dressings. Megan Gilmore / detoxinista.com Dairy-free caesar? Check. Recipe here. 18. (Works for chicken salad too.) gi365.info Recipe here. 19. Turn it into paleo, vegan frosting. paleospirit.com paleospirit.com Everybody's happy. Recipe here. (Try spreading the frosting on these gluten-free, grain-free avocado brownies!) Kristy Sayer-Jones / southerninlaw.com Recipe here. 20. Mix it with sour cream to create a whole new condiment. foodnetwork.com Perfect pairings include (but are not limited to): potato skins, quesadillas, chips, and crudités. Recipe here. 21. Turn it into a deep-conditioning hair mask. Gus Engle / burtongirls.burton.com More instructions here. 22. Turn it into cheese-less "cheesecake." Heather Pace / sweetlyraw.com The above recipe is completely raw, completely vegan, and completely delicious. Recipe here. 23. Pair it with green tea for thick, smoothie-like bubble tea. paradisegroveavocados.com The silky texture of the avocado blends really well with the chewy tapioca pearls. Recipe here. 24. Mix it into mashed potatoes. Lauren Zietsman / fullmeasureofhappiness.com No butter necessary. Recipe here. 25. Puree it and use it in risotto. Becca John / tastykitchen.com Genius. Recipe here. 26. Eat it for breakfast, in pancake form. Jennifer Dempsey / motherthyme.com With chocolate, obviously. Recipe here. 27. Deep-fry it. Heidi Larsen / foodiecrush.com And then put it in a taco. Because there's really no way to beat a DEEP-FRIED AVOCADO TACO. Recipe here.