Low-Carb Avocado & Lime Crema/Cream

Tired of dill sauce? Looking for a great cream, dressing or crema for your salmon? No matter what you call this… it’s certified low-carb DELICIOUS! 

Low Carb Avocado Lime Crema

Low-Carb Avocado & Lime Crema/Cream
This low-carb avocado lime cream or crema is a great alternative to dill sauce for salmon! At only 9 net carbs for the entire batch you can slather it on without guilt!
Recipe type: Dressing
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • 1 avocado; smashed
  • 1 Tbsp. lime juice
  • Kosher salt to taste
  1. Smash a nice, soft avocado with a large fork in a bowl.
  2. Add ½ cup full-fat sour cream and stir with same fork, smashing as necessary, until blended.
  3. Add 1 TBSP of lime juice and stir thoroughly.
  4. Salt to taste and serve.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 571 Fat: 54 Carbohydrates: 23 Fiber: 14 Protein: 8

Simple and easy to make, low carb delicious, and your family will love it! It’s great on salmon, fish or shrimp taco, dolloped on top of ceviche or a salad! In this instance I topped my salmon burger! Thrown on the grill frozen it’s fast, easy and only 2 carbs! Topped with this low-carb avocado lime crema it’s taken to a whole other level! 

avocado lime crema on a salmon patty

How will you eat yours? I love hearing from you so leave your comment below or on #TheLowCarbChallenge Facebook group! In the meantime if you like this recipe please take a minute to use the social media links below to give it a thumbs up and share it with all your friends!
Ciao for now!

Ciao! ~Marge

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