Avocado Milkshake

Avocado is one fruit that I adore totally. But I hate the fact that they take ages to ripen. Or to get good ones is like a lottery. I used to always delay buying this fruit thinking it wouldn’t just ripen and then finally you go to see, that it gets spoiled! I have read somewhere that putting an avocado with a banana in a paper bag for 24 hours will ensure that the avocado ripens, and I have seen that it does work. I also found this slide which will be helpful to all of you, including myself, as to how to choose a good avocado:


There is something interesting that I wanted to share with you. This fruit is called “butter fruit” in many part of India. In Kerala cafes, if you see on the menu a juice called “butter juice”, then it is avocado juice!!! While on a trip with my relatives, the cousins were raving about the butter milkshake that they had drunk and I really wanted to try it. So we stopped at the close by cafe and ordered for one each for everybody in the gang. Finally when it arrived and I sipped, I was like, “isn’t this avocado?” And then I could see a lot of question marks on everybody’s face… hehe…


Getting the correct consistency for an avocado milkshake is quite tricky. Most of the time it gets too thick. I really don’t mind the thickness but what I have noticed that to get the rich taste, always use really cold milk right from the fridge to the blender and sweeten with honey, never with sugar. Sugar spoils the taste of the milkshake altogether.If you are able to put an ice-cream scoop on the top and drizzle some more honey… ah, bliss!!! But I had no ice-cream when I made this glass of mine, nevertheless it was licked up by all of us… πŸ™‚


Before I sign off this post, an avocado joke… πŸ™‚


Avocado Milkshake

Course Drink
Cuisine International
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1
Author Rafeeda


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1 cup really cold milk
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp vanilla ice-cream optional


  • Cut the ripe avocado into two. Discard the seed.
  • Using a spoon, scoop out the avocado from its skin. Discard the skin.
  • Pour half the milk on the scooped avocado along with the honey and blend using a hand blender till well mashed.
  • Add the remaining milk and ice-cream and give it a final blend.
  • Serve immediately!!!


Sugar and avocado do not go together. It is just my opinion. Honey lends a different flavor to avocados.
Ice-cream is optional but highly recommended, if you have no risk of getting a cold! πŸ™‚ Top with a scoop and generously drizzle some more honey to take this milkshake to another level!

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  1. hehe nice one,I have thrown out avocados 2 times when it was"too late" and never bought them again.Given to the health benefits,should try out soon milkshake looks delish

    1. Thank you so much Harini…

  2. A very healthy and delicious milkshake, looks yum.

    1. Thank you so much Sona…

  3. A very Good slide , i mean showing the avacado choosing process .love avacados in gucamole form ..
    Once i tried avacado milkshake n it was terrible (i tried it with sugar) i will give this a try next time .

    1. Do try this way, u will definitely like it… thanks a lot Sathya…

  4. wow thats a very useful info abt avocado.i always struggle buying them

    1. Thank you so much Smitha…

  5. Thanks for sharing the tip to ripen the avocados. Btw love the milkshake.

    1. Thank you so much Humi…

  6. Healthy and delicious milkshake.. Lol.. Nice joke..

    1. Thank you so much Gloria…

  7. The slide is really helpful. I am an avocado fan but often do not buy the avocado since it spoils before it ripens. Will try the tricks you mentioned. But never tried a milkshake with avocado.

    1. Thank you so much Tanuja…

  8. Nice post n It's n healthy juice

    1. Thank you so much Usha…

  9. Good info abt avocado………..healthy, delicious and refreshing drink…………..love to zip it till the last drop.. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you so much Remya… πŸ™‚

  10. I bought an avocado a few days ago and am still waiting for it to ripen , milk shake looks delicious

    1. Thank you so much Nammi…

  11. The milkshake really looks rich and decadent – unfortunately I just couldn't stomach Avocado, can u believe it?? I will make this for the hubby though , it's his fav

    1. Blame it on the metabolism, doc!!! Hehe… thanks a lot dear…

  12. LOL @ the last slide πŸ™‚ I just got an avocado, I am thinking how to use it..

    1. Thank you so much Pankthi… πŸ™‚

  13. I always make avocado milkshake with sugar and it tastes super yummy. i have never tried with honey , maybe next time.


    1. Thank you so much Seema…

  14. It's true that avocado smoothie is called butter shake in Kerala..While in college we used to have it from coolbars and I had no idea it ws avocado juice. I had thought it was a milk shake with butter added,ha ha… I usually make it with sugar. ur version with honey is tempting enough. will try it next time,inshaAllah.. Couldn't help laughing, seeing that last slide πŸ™‚ So true!!

    1. Haha… I can understand what u r saying, kaaranam I had also thought of it that way at first!!! πŸ˜‰ Then when I saw the green color, I was convinced it was avocado… hehe… thanks a lot dear…

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