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What? Not another raw egg recipe! *silently bashing Amy of Messy Witchen
As if sharing my favorite raw eggs banana smoothie recipe is not enough, I also shared how to make real mayonnaise recently (p/s: real mayo is made of raw eggs). Well, raw eggs ain’t going anywhere as it’s one of the most wholesome complete real food out there.
As I recently got hold of a few kilos of 034 avocados, I’ve been making raw eggs avocado smoothies very often and I thought some of you would be interested in the recipe. So, here it is.
Smooth and delectable raw eggs avocado smoothie! 🥚🥚🥑
I wonder if the word smoothie comes from smooth? 🤔
First thing first, use pastured-raised and organic eggs – the superior of their kind AND how chickens are supposed to be naturally raised. If you can’t find it, use free-range eggs. Personally, I have made and drank countless smoothies using conventional eggs (over 500 eggs) because I trusted the source. I never ever had any problems consuming raw eggs whether it’s free-range or conventional. I’ve yet to find pastured-raised and organic eggs near my place though.
On avocado, use good quality avocados and your smoothie will turn out awesome. Good quality means palatable, creamy and buttery. I’ve used low quality avocados and the outcome of the smoothie made me want to bin the entire thing!
Let’s blend baby!
As I’m using a hand blender, I’m adding the ingredients to be blended into a glass jar. You do you with a regular blender ya.
Add raw eggs, cold or almost defrosted frozen avocado, dates and a splash of raw milk. If you prefer your smoothie liquidy, add more milk. I like mine thick, so I usually splash some milk in and will adjust the consistency if I find it extra thick after blending. If I added too much milk? No worry, it’s not the end of the world. 😉
Blend the ingredients until smooth. Then, use a wooden or ceramic spoon to mix in organic maple syrup or raw honey, organic extra virgin coconut oil, organic and raw apple cider vinegar, bee pollen (optional) and Lugol’s solution of iodine (optional). If it’s not sweet enough, adjust accordingly. Finally, sprinkle some more bee pollen on the smoothie for additional wholesome goodness.
Bon appétit! You will not taste the eggs at all but the creaminess and smoothness of the avocado-flavored smoothie. I usually have this wondrous concoction for breakfast or dinner.
Do you know that I have an avocado smoothie recipe on messywichen.com already? I shared this super delicious avocado pear smoothie about 12 years ago. This one is without eggs (I have yet to embrace eating raw eggs then) Avocado and pear are amazing combinations. I hope you try it too.
Raw Eggs Avocado Smoothie
2 raw eggs or 4-6 raw eggs if you’re doing strenuous work, pasture-raised and organic or free-range
150g-170g cold/almost defrosted frozen avocado (weight w/o seed), creamy & buttery quality
2-3 dates, deseeded
splash of raw milk; depends on how thick/thin consistency you want the smoothie to be
1-2 teaspoons organic maple syrup or raw honey, to taste
1 tablespoon organic extra virgin coconut oil
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar with the mother, organic and raw
1 teaspoon bee pollen (optional)
Lugol’s solution of iodine (optional)
*This method uses a hand blender. You can easily adapt it to a regular blender.
1. Place raw eggs, cold or almost defrosted frozen avocado, dates and raw milk in a cup/jar large enough for a hand blender.
2. Blend until the ingredients are well-blended. Add more milk if you find the smoothie is too thick. Then, remove the hand blender.
3. Add organic maple syrup/raw honey, organic extra virgin coconut oil, organic apple cider vinegar with the mother, bee pollen (optional) and Lugol’s solution of iodine (optional) to the smoothie. Mix well with a wooden or ceramic spoon.
4. Lastly, sprinkle additional bee pollen on the smoothie. Best serve cold. You can pour the smoothie into a nice glass before serving or just drink/scoop from the cup/jar.