One thing that almost always brings me puzzled looks and questions is the way I eat my avocados. I’ve been used to eating avocado as a fruit (which they are really!) and so, almost always eat them sweet.
I very often have an avocado for breakfast. Just cut in half, diced and sprinkled with sugar, that’s how I like it!
But mind you, unlike when using avocado in salads or other savoury dishes, when eating avocado as a fruit, it has to be perfectly ripe, soft and more on the mushy side. This is when it tastes best!
Today I decided to have a fancier avocado breakfast. I had it with banana smoothie which was very refreshing.
Boyfriendlovlie had some too but he said he would rather have this as a dessert! Well then it’s up to you, maybe a dessert after breakfast!
Ingredients (1 serving)
1 pot (125g) soy yogurt (any flavour you like, I used mango and peach)
¼ cup (50ml) soy milk
½ avocado (or a whole if small)
Raisins, dried fruit (optional)
Dessicated coconut (optional)
- Place first 3 ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
- Pour into bowls.
- Cut avocado in half, remove the stone. Then dice the flesh while still in the skin (taking care not to pierce through the skin). Then scoop out the diced pieces.
- Place avocado pieces, dried fruits and coconut onto smoothie.