Avocado Cream Ice Pops- 4 Cinco de Mayo Avocado Recipes

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Avocado PopsiclesWhat better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo then with Avocados from Mexico. A few other bloggers and I came up with some great recipes to share with you. Everything from dips to desserts!

You may recognize these great bloggers. We had a virtual get together online.

Chicken and Avocado Soup
Chicken and Avocado Soup

Diane from Turning the Clock Back

Renne from Cutie Bootie Cakes

Dawn from My Home Sweet Home

Check out their great Avocado Recipes.


Fire Roasted Corn Guacamole
Fire Roasted Corn Guacamole
Avocado Lime Yogurt Parfait
Avocado Lime Yogurt Parfait


So let’s get started making some Avocado Ice Pops.

The first thing you need is the juice of some yummy fruit. If you don’t have a juicer, don’t sweat it. You can get a simple apple juice, and these will still be tasty.

I use the juicer to sneak in spinach without my daughter noticing. Juice together the spinach, apple, mango, and pineapple.

In your food processor blend your avocados and bananas. After it’s nice and smooth start adding in your juice. Then you’ll want to juice a lemon and blend the lemon into the mix. The lemon acts as a preservative so that the avocado doesn’t turn brown.

Fresh Lemon Juice FruitBlendAfter you have your mixture well blended, you’ll poor them into your favorite popsicle form. I used shot glasses to make ours. The glass releases smoothly after a quick run under warm water.

Por Mixture

We froze ours overnight, but if you want to stalk the freezer, I won’t tell anybody.
Avocado Popsicles

If they are too strong, you can leave the spinach out. These are my version of a green goddess ice pops. Lots of great ingredients. Popsicle

Avocado Ice Pops

What you’ll need

Juiced items

1 cup spinach leaves (optional)

1 apple

1/2 cup of pineapple

1/2 Mango ( about 5 slices)

1 lemon

None juiced

1 banana

2 avocados

Juice the spinach(optional), apple, pineapple and mango with your juicer.

Blend Avocados and the Banana in a food processor.

Add juiced fruit and blend.

Juice lemon and strain the seeds and pulp. Combine the juice in the food processor.

After your mix is well blended, pour it into your ice pop molds. We used glass shot glasses.

Allow the popsicles to freeze completely, either overnight or a few hours.

To remove from the molds run hot water on the outside for a moment and then give it a little tug. It should come right out.



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  1. I love to eat avocado plain… though I also like to slice it up and put it in my tacos… but mostly I eat it plain!

  2. I love avocado dip, is really easy to make! Blend avocados,cilantro, onion, garlic, jalapeno, lemon juice and fresh cream and Listo! you r good to go!

  3. I like avocado and turkey burgers or extra spicy guacamole with diced habaneros
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  4. We love chilled Avocado Soup! The one we make is from my Mary Hart cookbook and is so easy! Its just 3 avocados, 1 1/2 c chicken broth, 1 1/2 cup light cream, 1 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon onion salt, 1/8 teaspoon white pepper, and 2 teaspoons lemon juice! Puree avocados with chicken broth and then mix in cream and seasonings! You should chill for at least two hours….we sometimes make the night before for our family get togethers! Add the lemon juice just before serving! It tastes so good during the summer!!!!

  5. I love avocados any way you can make them, but recently had Baked Avocado Fries with Chipolte Dip. Love to be adventurous with my cooking! Gonna make these popsicles for Cino de Mayo.

  6. My favorite way to use avocados is in a simple, but yummy, salad. With lettuce, I mix a cup corn, 1 diced tomato, 1 diced avocado. I usually use a simple lime dressing with it.

  7. I Love Grilled Avocados, Stuffed Avocados With Crab Salad, Guacamole , Banana And Avocado Smoothies! So Many Options With Avocados!

  8. My best friend makes the best avocado dip. It’s very simple, cilantro, onion, garlic and avocado. YUM!

  9. I am old school. I love guacamole. I add red onions, cilantro, lemon, a little jalapeno and mix it all up.

  10. I love adding avocado slices to my BLT sandwiches.

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  11. I love a Turkey, Avocado, and Cranberry sauce sandwich. You don’t need any mayo or anything else. the avocado and cranberry mixed together is like a taste explosion.

  12. I love avocados, my favorite way to eat them is on a turkey sandwich with cheese and ranch. YUM! But this looks like a yummy idea too.

  13. I have 2:

    avocado and tomato (sometimes with cucumber and hommus) sandwiches. yummm

    avocado – chocolate pie. (cocoa, avocado, coconut cream, honey or stevia. put in blender and pour into a graham crust shell. refridgerate) healthy and very taasty !!

    PS thanks for the awesome avocado popsicle recipe !!

  14. I make a dish with avocados sweet & hot peppers black beans onions corn with a Greek dressing – Oh yum!
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  15. I love Avocado’s on a Turkey Sandwich, simple and yummy. Or for a recipe, I mash up the Avocados, add some garlic, cayenne pepper, onion powder and a tad bit of spicy salsa to it… pretty simple and yummy guacamole.

  16. Wow, what a fun healthy recipes that my kids would love! My favorite avacado recipe is guacamole, using it on hamburgers and adding a lot of garlic!

  17. I love putting avocado in homemade burritos, wraps, sandwiches, and salsa. Next time, I will try them in a smoothie. I love your popsicle recipe idea.

  18. I defer to your avocado creativity with those amazing popsicles. I don’t have a recipe but we enjoy an unusual avocado presentation. We grill slices with olive oil, garlic, pepper and whatever we’re in the mood for (in a tin foil pouch of course).

  19. I love making
    Avocado Bruschetta
    I mix Creamy avocado with a few special ingredients to make this appetizer.

  20. I love making a salad with the following ingredients:
    4-5 avocados
    1 container (pint) cherry tomatoes
    1/2 red onion
    1 15oz can hearts of palm
    Put in a bowl. Add mayo and lemon juice and a bit of black pepper.
    Great salad.

  21. My guac is often requested at gatherings – organic avocado, finely chopped red onion, dash sea salt, dash lemon, bit of veganaise, organic tomato
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  22. My friend makes the most awesome guac in the world. I recently used a left over avocado in some scrambled eggs and it was delish.

  23. My favorite is to cut the avocado in half…and remove the pit. Brush with olive oil and put them open face down on a grill. Grill until brown & bubbled, and then fill the “pit hole” with goat cheese. Let the goat cheese get all melty and just dig in!

  24. I love to use fresh avocado instead of mayo on sandwiches for my family. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!
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  25. We love fresh guacamole sauce made with cilantro, onion & tomatoes. We eat it with chips, on burgers and in wraps or tacos.

  26. I dont have an avocado recipe but I love the club sandwich at t.g.i fridays, it has avocado….yummy!

  27. I have never actually tried an avocado so no favorite recipe.I will have to get one next time I go shopping just to try it.

  28. I love making chicken wraps with grilled chicken breast, bacon, tomato, cheese and sliced avocado. Thanks for the awesome giveaway 🙂

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  29. Our friend made us an avocado smoothie recently. It had avocado, milk and a little sugar. It was surprisingly good!

  30. I like to have avocado on a sandwich with cucumber, salami, cream cheese, and seasonings.

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  31. Thanks for the giveaway…we like to add avocado chunks to scrambled eggs just before they “set” in the pan… great with whole wheat toast.

  32. I am absolutely going to make these for my kids. I also like the idea of using a glass to form them. I’ve seen a similar idea using a paper cup, but using a glass you already have on hand is cheaper and easier. I like that idea a lot!


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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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