Summer Pasta Salad with Avocados From Peru

Happy Monday! We are so in love with this Summer Pasta Salad with Avocados From Peru & have been feasting on it often.

This salad is filled with flavor & great for ya ingredients. Pack it in your lunchbox, serve at campouts, BBQ’s & picnics!

Summer Pasta Salad | MarlaMeridith.com #glutenfree

Heirloom tomatoes & Avocados from Peru make this salad colorful & vibrant…

Summer Pasta Salad | MarlaMeridith.com #glutenfree

I had some rice noodles in the pantry ~ so I used those.

Summer Pasta Salad | MarlaMeridith.com #glutenfree

That means this pasta salad is gluten free too, so everyone can enjoy it!

Summer Pasta Salad | MarlaMeridith.com #glutenfree

Fresh basil & a light (no mayo) dressing make this perfect for bikini season.

Tamari (gluten free soy sauce), green onion & zesty shallots add to the delicate flavor. Enjoy!

Summer Pasta Salad | MarlaMeridith.com #glutenfree

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~ Marla Meridith

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19 thoughts on “Summer Pasta Salad with Avocados From Peru

  1. I always look for new salad ideas. I don’t really like the conventional green salad but I should eat more healthy. I love avocados, so I definitely will try out this salad:) It looks delicious and perfect for hot summer days. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Besides looking like a beautiful piece of art I could hang on my wall (great pics!), the salad sounds amazing! Without all the heavy mayonnaise that usually accompanies pasta salads, this looks like the perfect salad to take to a barbecue. I can’t wait to try it!

    1. Thanks Debra! Yes, I wanted to keep this pasta salad way lighter than traditional versions. Thanks for the photo compliments too!

  3. I am in so love with those gorgeous mugs you’ve used as salad bowls. I’ve never thought of using them in that way before, so thanks for the inspiration!