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Avocado Milkshakes

Earlier this week HoneyB, from The Life and Loves of Grumpy’s Honeybunch, presented me with my first blog award! Now it has fallen upon me to pass the torch along to some of my favorite food bloggers.

use real butter – This colorful blog showcases gorgeous step-by-step photos that always entice me to make the featured recipes. Jen has perfected the highly sought-after art of making cooking appear effortless and displays her talent in each entry.

Food Beam – “Lovin’ the beam” was the subject of the first e-mail I sent to Fanny of Foodbeam. This classy and fun chronicle on French cuisine offers a fresh perspective on classic dishes with the perfect, sassy food commentary on the side!

Orangette – A highly addictive food blog that “reads like fiction.” Each entry offers an escape out of the ordinary and into the world of magical foodism. Her artful pictures will draw you in and her witty banter will keep you reading all night!

Mad Baker – This was the very first blog I came across after joining the mystical world of food blogging. Karen showcases her creations as pieces of art in each of her entries that she is Mad About!

La Tartine Gourmand – A meticulous depiction of fabulous food! Bèa has a masterful eye for design and a fine-tuned palate to match. Her entries are highly entertaining and always a joy to read.

The avocado milkshakes featured in the video are a breeze to make at home and always bring intrigue into the kitchen. Also, the recipe I’ve included is extremely flexible and you can pretty much adjust the quantity of any of the ingredients to fit your tastes.

Avocado Milkshakes

(yields approx. 4 servings)

Components

  • 1 avocado
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup ice
  • 2 tbsp. sugar
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream

Putting them all together

  1. Blend all the ingredients together until smooth.
  2. Taste and adjust for sweetness and texture by adding more sugar or milk.
  3. Serve chilled.

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Posted in desserts, drinks, recipe by Antonio Tahhan on April 9th, 2008. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


11 Responses to “Avocado Milkshakes”

molly Says:

Thanks for such kind words about my blog, Tony! You made my day.

phemom Says:

They beat me to it! I haven’t posted yet but /i have some ‘E’s to pass on too. Congrats!

nicole Says:

Congrats on your first blog award! How cool.

honeyb Says:

Wow, I heard my name on youtube! lol. Thanks Tony. I’ll be back to blogging soon. The semester is ending here and things are hectic at work!

elle Says:

Hey, congrats on your award! I love your blog–the videos are really fun and different!

That shake looks so cool and refreshing. Gotta try that.

*fanny* Says:

Thank you for your sweet words. Totally made my day.

xx fanny

taste memory Says:

That actually looks incredibly refreshing. I had a Filipino friend that used to make similar desserts with avocado and it was yum….I recently had an avocado mousse at an Indian restaurant that was worth trying to make.

Congrats on your E-Award….I got the same one passed to me from one of honeyB’s recipients…great recipes you got!

canarygirl Says:

Hee! I loved the vid…so fun! I don’t think you’re crazy for making avocado milkshakes, either…here we make them with strawberries added too. :)

peter m Says:

Antonio, fund video and it makes for a great connect to your readers.

kellypea Says:

What a great video, and an interesting milkshake. I love avocados and not too long ago tried an avocado spinach soup another blogger featured. It was sooooo good! I’ll let you know when I give this a shot. It make take some convincing…

Doc Says:

So here I am, drinking my avocado milkshake a la Tahhan.
I wasn’t too sure what I was getting myself into at first, but I really really like it!
That’s 4 of your recipes down… I don’t know exactly how many more to go… but I’m enjoying the ride! Thanks for sharing.


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