Avocado Shake with Rice Milk for Breakfast

. June 7, 2009

An exotic drink!
Usually when you are on a diet you should avoid eating too much avocados because they are high in fat according to nutritionists. But the fats in avocados, like those in olives and nuts, are for the most part healthy monounsaturated fats - particularly oleic acid, the primary fat in olive oil.
In addition to their high oleic acid content, avocados are a good source of dietary fiber and vitamin K, vitamin C vitamin B6 and E (anti-oxcidant), as well as folate, copper and potassium (half of a medium avocado has more potassium than a banana).

For 1
- 1/2 avocado
- 1 cup rice milk
- 1/2 cup ice
- 1 ts vanilla extract
- 1 ts agarve syrup

Place the ingredients in food processor or blender. Puree until smooth. Enjoy!

Pour les français

- 1/2 avocat
- 25 cl de lait de riz
- 1 cuillère à thé d'extrait de vanille
- 1 cuillère à thé de sirop d'agave

Passer au blender ou au robot. Quand la consistance est crémeuse c'est prêt!


lisaiscooking said...

Sounds delicious! The avocado gives it such a nice, thick consistency.

pixen said...

I must try this Rice Milk... I haven't taste it before even though I saw them on shelves. Most of time, I'm into Soya Bean Milk and Almond Milk. I love Avocat as well. The combination is yummylicious!

Do you know where I can find Agave Syrup in Paris?

Myrtille said...

-Thanks Lisa

- Thanks Pixen: You could find agave nectar it in the organic section of supermarkets or in organic supermarkets such as: Natura, Biocoop...


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