A smoothie can be a healthy and filling meal or snack. Plus, depending on what ingredients you put inside it, your smoothie can taste like a real treat rather than something you force yourself to drink in the name of health.
Avocado smoothies are a prime example of a smoothie that can be mind-blowingly delicious. But exactly how good are they?
We’ll tell you about what avocado smoothies taste like in this article. In addition, we’ll answer some other questions about avocados in smoothies. Let’s get started…
What Does Avocado Smoothie Taste Like?
We’ll start with the important question: what does an avocado smoothie taste like? To be honest, the answer to that question depends almost entirely on what else you toss into your smoothie.
By itself, avocado has a creamy, nutty, and slightly sweet flavor – but this flavor is incredibly mild. It will lend your smoothie a thicker and silkier texture. However, it won’t give your smoothie a pronounced flavor.
We strongly recommend combining your avocado with other ingredients in your smoothie to make it a truly unique sipping experience.
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Does Avocado Taste Good in a Smoothie?
Avocado can taste great in a smoothie! Just keep in mind that it has a mild flavor, so its greatest contribution to your smoothie will be a rich, smooth texture that makes it positively indulgent.
Want to know how avocado tastes in other popular foods? Take a look at our post regarding what avocado toast tastes like.
What Fruit Goes Well with Avocado?
We’ve said a couple times in this article that avocado’s flavor is subtle and is best enhanced by other flavors. So, what kinds of flavors would work well in an avocado smoothie (aside from avocado, of course)?
There are countless options for fruits you can use alongside your avocado. If you like the creamy texture of the popular green fruit, consider combining it with a banana in your smoothie for creaminess overload. (The sweetness of the banana will also help make your smoothie taste like a dessert!)
Want to give your avocado a juicy burst of tartness? Some fresh blueberries will do the trick nicely, while also adding an appealing purple-blue color to your smoothie.
Pineapple is great for brightening up your avocado with its strong and tropical taste. Apple can also either deepen or contrast the faint sweetness in avocado depending on which type of apple you choose.
It’s not a fruit, but we’d also suggest sprinkling some cocoa powder in with your avocado smoothie. You’ll get a smoothie that tastes like a vegan chocolate mousse, and what’s not to love about that?
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Starting off your morning with a delectable avocado smoothie is never a bad idea – especially if you find breakfast inspiration thin on the ground. Avocado is such a flexible ingredient, thanks to its soft texture and subtle flavor. You can combine it with a huge range of flavors to get new and mouthwatering results.
Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!