Recipe:Iced Avocado

Fortunate enough last week to stumble upon grocer’s organic hass avocado at only 49¢ each. I couldn’t resist  buying 8 (or maybe 10?) at one go. I had them refrigerated before they get over ripen. Last four avocados, too soft upon gentle pressure. Best resort is to blend them up as iced blended avocado.

This could be made for breakfast or light lunch, very filling and downright healthy.

Ingredients (Serve 2)

  • 1 ripen hass avocado
  • 3 tbsp of condensed milk OR 2 tbsp of evaporated milk & add sugar to taste
  • 1 tbsp of milk (optional)
  • drinking water (add to the preferred consistency, I like it thick, so less water here for me)
  • chocolate powder or chocolate sauce (for finishing touch)
  • 6 -8 ice cubes

Method

Have a clean blender ready. Scoop out avocados in chunks and add into the blender. Followed by the rest of the ingredients and lastly water and/or milk to your desired consistency.

Of course, if you prefer a sweeter touch, you could always add more condensed milk or sugar. No specific procedure really and adjustable at any stage.

For finishing touch, swirl chocolate sauce over the avocado in a glass or simply with chocolate sprinkles.

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4 thoughts on “Recipe:Iced Avocado

  1. Love this! My family drinks it all the time. For Vietnamese, it’s pretty standard dessert. :)

  2. Oh yes, I learnt this from Indonesia where they grow huge avocados, normally they add in chocolate sauce or milk as well :)

  3. This is great recipe! I love it! Thx for it ;-)
    I used avocado-condensed milk-milk and it was awesome shake! I can just highly recommended

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