Avocado Daiquiri

Ok, I was reading up on daiquiries, of which the yummy strawberry flavour’s my

And with a pitted avocado in hand (left hand to be precise),
I went about searching for an avocado

daiquiri recipe. Oh boy was I delighted to have found one!

It is fairly simple, rather straight forward perhaps,
in its process right till its presentation.

Avocadoes = Gotta love ’em for being such versatile little ugly looking dynamites!

What you need is :

. 1/4 medium avocado
. 3/4 oz fresh lime juice
. 1 cup of crushed ice
. 1 1/2 oz light rum ( sees the smile spreading on my face 🙂 )
. 1 lime wedge ( if you’re going to drown it, don’t bother with the lime wedge)
. a blender

Tried & tested methods

– Crush ice in blender (or if blender’s not available, pound ice to your heart’s content).

– Add rum, lime juice, and 1/4 medium avocado in blender.

– Blend until thoroughly mixed, smooth and in its glorious cream-like texture.

– Pour into glass and garnish with lime wedge.



12 responses to “Avocado Daiquiri

  1. hmm.. i’m not sure whether an avocado daiquiri will taste good or not. did you have one?

  2. I am planning to have one 😀

  3. I love avocado…but not sure about it as a beverage. Let us know how it goes 😉

  4. That is if I can get some light rum :p I’m cheap 😮

  5. The lady who use to take care of us after school when I was little use to make me vanilla ice cream mixed with mashed avocados. Back then it was one of my favorite snacks, but when I tried to make it again last year, it was possibly the grossest thing I ate in ages. X6 I don’t know if I have a point to all this, but when I was reading your blog that was the first thing I thought of. LOL! I think I’ll stick to sandwiches, crisp breads and salads. 🙂

  6. lol maybe Esther can come up with a magic concoction for mashed avocados and ice cream… or avocado flavoured ice cream! 🙂

  7. In Brazil & Vietnam, avocados used for milk-shakes and mashed and added to ice cream.

  8. Hmm… Pen, was your Sitter a Brazilian or South American?

  9. Or Vietnamese.

  10. Malaysian Chinese, she was co-owner of lil food place here in Perth. But that’s since been closed. 😦

  11. What food place? And how come you know all these restaurant owners? :S

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