I’ve got a delicious AIP compliant Brazilian Avocado Smoothie recipe for ya today!
It’s made up of simple ingredients, is easy to throw together and takes just a couple minutes to make. Plus, this smoothie contains a high amount of healthy fat, which helps maintain a full and focused feeling – great for breakfast!
My husband, who is from São Paulo, Brazil, walked into the kitchen during the photography process of this post and knew right away what I’d made. He picked the glass up and said, “Wow! This looks just like what my mom would make.”
I may be an American from Kansas but I can sure replicate his traditional foods and beverages just right!
Side note, if you haven’t seen the recipe yet, be sure to check out this AIP compliant Brazilian Pão de Queijo one. It tastes like cheesy bread.. and was even featured as a Reader Favorite on Phoenix Helix! 😀
While my husband was excited over this avocado smoothie, my 8 year old daughter not so much. She saw me plop everything into the blender, immediately said, “Ew” then frolicked off to retrieve a chair to stand on.
McKinley is always wanting to help me create but thinks everything I make is super sketchy. She’s been off school for a long Easter weekend and is already bored and in my face. It’s got me pre-annoyed anxious for Summer break. *inner panic*
Anyway, I later had her try some of the avocado smoothie and she rated it with a thumbs up.
I’ll take it.
AIP Compliant Brands Used
Lastly, I’ve linked to the brands I used in this recipe so that, should you decide to use these brands too, you can be confident in knowing the avocado smoothie you make at home is AIP compliant.
AIP Brazilian Avocado Smoothie
- 1 14 oz. Can Aroy-D Coconut Milk (OR 14 ounces from an Aroy-D Coconut Milk Carton)
- 1 Ripe Avocado
- 1 Tbsp Lemon OR Lime
- 2 Tbsp Honey
- 1/2 C. Ice Cubes
This recipe is incredibly simple. - just toss everything into a blender or magic bullet and blend until completely smooth!
Add water if you would like it runnier, add more ice to make it colder. Choose between lemon or lime... or use both!
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