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Saturday, 15 April 2017

How To Make Papaya Avocado Ice Cream

Papaya and avocado are one of the delicious fruits in Asia. They are abundant in my home country Philippines. Papaya is all season fruit while avocado season is from May to September. Papaya costs 20 to 40 Pesos a kilo while avocado costs from 70 up to 100 Peso a kilo here in the Philippines . Avocado just started its season and so it is still costly to purchase it.

It is so hot now in my home country with 30+ degree Celcius that I was creating a new recipe from the fruits that I have bought from the open market in our town. The other ingredients were already in my fridge before I had the idea of making the ice cream.

                            Papaya Avocado Ice Cream

Ingredients :

300 gram Papaya fruit, in cubes
1 avocado meat, sliced in cubes
8 calamansi, juice
100 g sugar
100 g fresh milk
250 g whipped   cream
1 tablespoon honey

Let’s start making ice cream:

  • Add the calamansi juice in the slices of avocado to avoid making the fruit brown.
  • Put the slices of papaya and avocado in the blender.
  • Add the sugar, fresh milk and honey to the blender and blend the fruits mixture.
  • Then put the papaya and avocado mixture in a bowl and fold in the whipped cream with a spatula until well blended.
  • Cover the bowl with its lid and freeze the fruit mixture in the freezer for at least 4 hours or let it stay  overnight in the freezer.
  • Serves 4 to 6 persons depending on how big the portions are.
  • Enjoy this yummy summer treat.

Thank you for reading. Here are some more fruit recipes you might want to try.
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  1. Oh YUM! I will make this for sure, its so easy, thank you for the recipe.

  2. Looks yummy and very innovative in terms of taste

    1. Yes, it is a yummy food. Thanks Priticious for dropping by. Have a nice day.

  3. What is Calamansi Juice? Never heard of it.

    1. Hi Slabs! Calamansi juice is a juice of a Filipino citrus fruit. It is like a lime but smaller than a lime. Thanks for your visit.

  4. Replies
    1. Thank you Susanne Swanson. It is also delicious;-)

  5. This looks delicious and healthy too with papaya and avocado. :)

    1. Yes, it is Megha Rastogi. Thanks for your nice comment. Have a nice week.

  6. Wow.. Never heard this combo..sounds great and looks delicious

    1. Thank you Lathi L. I was able to make this delicious ice cream combo as I was in my home country at that time. Plenty of tropical fruits to make some yummy ice cream. I am missing this ice cream as I am here in Germany.

  7. As always Thelma delicious all fruits I can get here :)

    1. Yes, Carol. I envy you this time because of those delicious tropical fruits you have there ;-)). Thanks for your visit.

  8. Replies
    1. Thank you very much Reena. Have a great weekend ahead.

  9. This sounds so refreshing and creamy, Thelma. Do you think I could use lime instead of the calamansi if I can't find it at the store?