Thursday, April 8, 2010

In the kitchen with Bo's Bowl: Avocado Shake

Once again I find myself in the kitchen with Bo's Bowl and you know I am gonna lick it clean. :)

Bo always has the best recipe's and when I saw this one I knew I had to try it. I LOVE Avocado's but I've never had one in a sweet dish...Until now! In other words Bo... you popped my cherry on this one!

Avocado Shake

This is the recipe Bo posted...
1 ripe avocado
1 cup whole milk
1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
2 cups ice cubes

In a blender combine all the ingredients and blend until smooth. Divide into two glasses.

Ok, yea...this pic sucks! I was in such a rush to try it that I forgot to wipe the rim and make sure I got a good pic...SORRY!

The only thing I did different was I used skim milk instead of whole. I don't use whole milk and didn't want to buy some just to make the shake. I will say that even with the skim milk this was delicious, smooth & creamy! I invited my parents over and they loved it also. They asked what kind of ice cream it was(good sign). Try it sometime!
Thanks Bo for another wonderful recipe!

Bob Out


Michael Rivers said...

I saw this on his blog too. Sounds like something I have to try!

robertga99 said...

Come on over, MIchael...I'll make you one :)

WannabeVirginia W. said...

Oh my goodness, seriously, seriously, my grandmother use to make these all the time. I was telling my partner this a few days ago and he is all like "eww" so "eww my ass". I am showing him this recipe.

robertga99 said...

Oh Virginia, it was so good!
Make him one and he won't be saying "eww" any longer.

bunny said...

Suck up! :)' Make me one next week!

Bo said...

Hey Bob...glad you liked it!

Eduardo Guize said...

I read this last night right before going to bed and it took me a while to fall asleep fighting the craving for avocados, my all-time favorite fruit... I really need to find good avocados in Paris (I've been trying in vain for four years)

mistress maddie said...

I just discovered his blog and LOVED IT! I will have to try some of his excellent recipes!

Mark in DE said...

Sounds interesting!