Recipe by Alexa
"Stupendous, rich, creamy and refreshing is what a traditional Filipino avocado milkshake is all about."
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avocado - peeled, pitted, and cubed
1 1/3 cups
fresh lemon or lime juice
vanilla ice cream
I'm Filipina and grew up drinking avocado shakes. This is good but I'm used to it being made with condensed milk instead of white sugar
This drink is ok. I didn't have sugar so I used an extra scoop of ice cream and splenda for sweetener. This drink isn't as good as some of the avocado milkshakes that are served in the Filipino restaurants but it's good. And yes I'm Filipino and I grew up with abaca do milkshakes.
This is So delicious and refreshing! Its sweet and creamy, not at all "too" sweet!! It is also VERY healthy and very easy! I am filipino and my mom used to give me this almost every day for a snack! I did not even know there would be a recipe like this, in fact I was about to submit this recipe when I found this!! Def deserves 5****** stars!! oh and BTW Avocados make your brain smart! I very glad my mom gave me this stuff!
Very refreshing. I reccommend using a very ripe avacoda, I used one that was a bit firm so there were avacado bits throughout. But is still very refreshing.
I have loved this drink for so long! Make sure to pick all your fruits super ripe! its worth the wait for a day!
- Add a banana!
- Add ice cream instead of ice and milk.
I tried this for the first time when I visited Singapore. It is so creamy and delicious! Try it!
I was looking up avocado recipes because I would like to eat more avocados; they are so good for you! When I saw this recipe, I thought, "Weird, but intriguing. I'll try it." I just got done making it with skim milk and bottled Key Lime juice. It was so good! It wasn't as cold as I expected but it reminded me of cold vanilla pudding with a twist of citrus. I will definitely make it again. Five in our family; all five liked it. Five stars! I thought about adding a little vanilla extract but after tasting it, it didn't need it.
(Update - 7/10) I have made this about 5 times already. I really like it! But...when one of my sons found out there was avocado in this recipe, he became repulsed by it. This morning I tried adding 1 cup of frozen raspberries and we ALL liked it. It also made the shake colder and thicker, which I like.
Absolutely love it! I wasn't too sure about an avocado with sugar... but wow!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Filipino Avocado Milkshake
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 172
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