Paletas de Aguacate con Arándanos Azules y Bananas (Avocado Blueberry Banana Popsicles)

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To me, avocados aren’t just any food….they are THE food. It’s a food that has been with me since I was very young and that I have eaten in many variations. In guacamole…in tacos…tortas…even in pudding! My grandmother used to just hand me a spoon and an avocado when I was young, and it would be my snack. My husband and I are constantly trying to find new ways to use and devour this delicious fruit. We live in L.A. and it’s not hard to get creative with our palettes…but this week has been a scorcher and we just wanted to stay out of the kitchen! Temps were in the 100-104 range and all I wanted to do was eat frozen treats and stay in the A.C. all day. That was the inspiration behind this recipe…getting my favorite fruit in a delicious, frozen form.

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Paletas de Aguacate con Arándanos Azules y Bananas (Avocado Blueberry Banana Popsicles)

Makes 8-10

Ingredients

1 cup water
2/3 cup sugar
2 small Avocados, pitted and skinned
1 cup blueberries
1 ripe banana, skinned and chopped

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Directions

  1. Add water and sugar to a pot and heat til sugar is dissolved. Set aside and let cool for 10-15 mins.
  2. In a blender, combine water mixture and remaining ingredients. Blend on high for about 4-5 minutes.
  3. Pour into paleta molds (popsicle molds). Insert popsicle sticks (tip: wet ends in warm water for about 30 seconds and insert. These help weigh the sticks down to stay put!) This made 10 for me.
  4. Freeze 4-5 hours, or overnight.
  5. Remove and enjoy, or store in zip lock bags until used.

I’m sharing this recipe on the Avocados from Mexico page, where they have lots of delicious avocado recipes submitted by users everywhere. Have a great recipe? Make sure to submit your avocado recipe to Avocados from Mexico !

Comments

  1. Cynthia C says:

    I have never considered using avocados in frozen treats. Thanks for the idea!

  2. Looks delicious something I’m willing to try one day :)

  3. Rosie says:

    these sound yummy. The local store is having an amazing sale on avocados, and I’ve been looking for recipes just as cool as this to try!!! yippeee!!!

  4. Sharon says:

    i would have never thought that combo worked but now i’m curious to try it. :)

  5. Rebecca Parsons says:

    wow these look so good and would be worth making to see how well the kids like them.

  6. Dinah G says:

    Oh wow! I soooo want to try these.

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