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AMARANTHA_Q Posts: 389
10/22/12 9:48 A

Interesting, I'm betting those taste good.

Would be great for a Halloween party.

Thanks. :)

STELLASMYBEBE Posts: 869
10/19/12 11:01 A

Yeah, I'm curious about the color thing too...
I think I will stick to eating mine mixed with tomato, green onion and S&P. emoticon

MRS.DR.SHOT Posts: 197
10/14/12 9:17 P

Sounds interesting. What kind of texture do they have? Are they still greenish or do they end up being brownish?

HHB4181 SparkPoints: (83,738)
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10/12/12 8:04 P

that sounds amazing! emoticon

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
10/1/12 11:05 A

Rather scary....but I think I will try it.
Thanks for sharing!

SPARKLGRRRL Posts: 129
8/4/12 10:52 P

would have never thought of it as a sweet food! tks for sharing!

MICKIE27 Posts: 91
8/2/12 11:11 P

Wow, that sounds so interesting! I've been meaning to start eating more avocado, but I'd never thought of using it in a sweet food. I bet they turn out to be a really pretty colour too! Thanks!

MOLEA2008 SparkPoints: (0)
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8/1/12 9:30 P

This is a great low-carb alternative to popsicles, and also very high in fiber and antioxidants.

Ingredients:
-- 2 whole avocados, no pit or skin
-- 1/2 cup almond milk, unsweetened
-- 2 packets of stevia
-- splash of vanilla extract

Directions:
Mix everything together (I used a stand-up mixer) until it has the consistency of pudding. Then, pour into ice pop mold and freeze overnight. Enjoy!

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