Avocado Smoothie Recipe – Vietnamese Street Food

Avocados are usually used in salads and guacamole, but this recipe brings out the sweeter side of this super healthy fruit. By mixing avocados with milk, this green fruit is transformed into a creamy, refreshing, and delicious smoothie. This is a great smoothie for summer!

This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves 1.


• 2 pieces of small avocados or 1 big one
• Half a banana
• Condensed milk
• Ice cubes
• Half a cup of whole milk


Cut the avocados in half. Using your knife, remove the seeds.
Scoop out the flesh of the avocado and place inside a blender.
Add about 3 tablespoons of condensed milk, banana, milk, and ice cubes.
Blend them together on medium until smooth.
Give the smoothie a taste. If you want to make it sweeter, you can add a few more tablespoons of condensed milk and blend for 30 seconds.

Ideas And Tips:

• This smoothie is so simple to make that you can add more ingredients. Why not try adding some yogurt for that added tang? For that craving for something crunchy, you can also top off the smoothie with rice crispies, cornflakes or even nuts.

• Condensed milk and avocados go hand in hand, but if you are not into condensed milk, you can substitute with honey for that added sweetness.

Avocado Smoothie Recipe - Vietnamese Street Food
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