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RECIPE: Avocado Nutella Smoothie

Hubby brought home some avocados yesterday and we plan to just eat it with sugar. However, temperature seem to be a bit hot today (even if it rained earlier) and daughter was eating bread with nutella. So instead of making a plain avocado shake, I added some nutella. Healthy yum yum! :)





Ingredients:

2 medium ripe avocado, minced
1 small can evaporated milk
500ml water
3 sachet sugar
1/4 cup nutella (or more)


Procedure:

Put everything in the blender, pulse for about 15 seconds, then pulse it again. Taste if desired sweetness is met; add more if needed.






Comments

  1. looks yummy!Have lots of Nutella now, will try that if i get the chance to buy avocados :)

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    1. sis, mukhang madami kang nutella ah! hehe .. i think pwede rin sya with mango and banana :)

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