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How To Make An Avocado Ice Cream: Cooking For Kids – S01E8/8

In this episode of Cooking For Kids Fiona Faulkner shows you how to make a healthy avocado ice cream. And the best bit – it counts towards your 5 a day!

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4 ripe avocados
2 limes
300 ml double cream
200 g caster sugar
waffle ice cream cones, to serve
150 g melted white chocolate, to serve
coloured sugar sprinkles

Step 1: Blend Your Cream And Sugar

Whip up your cream until it begins to thicken and then pour in the sugar. Continue whisking your cream for another minute until the sugar is combined and the cream is thick.

Step 2: Blend The Avocado

Scoop out the flesh of four ripe avocados by slicing them in half length ways and using a spoon to remove the flesh. To prevent the avocados from going brown sprinkle over a bit of lime juice. Pour the avocados into a food processor, along with the juice of 2 limes, and blend until smooth.

Step 3: Make Up The Ice Cream Mixture

Pour the cream and sugar mix into a freezable bowl or container, and then spoon in the blended avocado. For an extra touch grate in some milkchocolate. Mix everything together and then place the ice cream in the freezer for a minimum of 3-4 hours.

Step 4: To Serve

For a great way to serve the ice cream, dip your waffle cones into melted white chocolate and then into sugar sprinkles and leave to set. Remove the ice cream from the freezer a few minutes before you need it to help it soften, then scoop into the cones. Serve immediately.

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  1. lancer mitsubishi

    I was very curious to try the recipe. The end result is phenomenal and unexpected. I used powdered chocolate instead of the chips. The flavour still came out and it tastes phenomenal. The lime juice truly gives it a kick. I used brown sugar instead of caster and put about 150gr instead of 200 since it is heavier. The cream turned out fantastic. Thanks.

  2. This is simply a great recipe. Thank you.

  3. lancer mitsubishi

    I love the idea and I am looking to try it out with the variations that other viewers have suggested. I would have never thought to make an avocado ice cream. Yum! Cant wait.

  4. Thanks for the tip. We'll have to give it a go!

  5. i love avocado,ice cream and flax powder,which is why i substituted almost half of the cream with it. yum yum!

  6. Ha well then this is the best recipe for you! Give it a go and let us know how you get on!

  7. Patricia Ceballos

    I love avocado! And ICECREAM

  8. Nice face:(

  9. Wow that sounds like a great idea. Thanks for letting us know and really glad to hear you enjoyed it! Check out some more of Fiona's videos for other great recipe ideas.

  10. i split the sugar portions into 3 and put brown sugar, manuka honey and caster sugar instead of just castor sugar, tasted really awesome!

  11. Sounds like a great idea. We'll have to give it a go. If you try it give us a shout to let us know how it tastes!

  12. i think this would taste great if honey (raw) is added instead of sugar plus it would be MUCH healthier for the kids

  13. like!!!!


    Looks yummy…thanks.

  15. Like your idea. We'll have to give it a go!

  16. May be put a bit of fresh mint as well?

  17. Love the idea of eating this in the hot Mexican sun! Sounds awesome!

  18. I love this, I alway look for it when I go to Mexico, love the avocado paletas they make down there too. yumiiii

  19. Just discovered your channel and I'm happy I did! You have so many great recipes :) The ice cream looks delicious!

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