In some areas of the world (I believe Brasil and parts of Asia) avocado milkshakes are quite common and often eaten with chocolate syrup. Though many recipes exist out there, I decided to create one of my own, taking what I know into account. I tried a few spoonfuls of the milkshake plain, then a few spoonfuls with chocolate drizzle and then a few spoonfuls with cinnamon. All of them exhibited fun and interesting flavors. What you see below is the recipe I started out with, but next time around I think I’ll try it with ice cream (we didn’t have any vanilla in the house when I tried this but I think it would be great) and with different concentrations of the vanilla extract and honey. Like all milkshakes, this is a good basic recipe to begin with and you can figure out what you like better from there. Happy blending!
4-6 ice cubes
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon vanilla
1/4 cup milk or vanilla ice cream
chocolate syrup (to garnish)
1. Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend till it reaches a smooth, milkshake consistency.
2. Drizzle chocolate syrup (just a bit) on top or in the glass and serve.