Easy Avocado Pudding Bowls
You may know him as my loveable PA who refuses to get Snapchat and worships at the alter of Instagram, but today he's taking over AiF to bring you his go-to healthy breakfast recipe... take it away, Anton!


Hello, Adventurers! Thanks for letting me take over this space for the day — I'm so excited to share one of my favourite recipes with you! Now I don’t know about you guys, but I'm definitely one to keep up with the Kardashians (and Jenners!), so when Kourtney whipped out a mason jar filled with a glowing green concoction on KUWTK a couple weeks ago, I needed to know more. Turns out it was avocado pudding, and after a frenzied “Kourtney Kardashian avocado pudding” Google search, a new breakfast obsession was born... and if you're anything like me (aka- sick of seeing acai bowls on the Internet), this recipe's definitely for you.
Easy Avocado Pudding Bowls
Start by mixing a ripe avocado with ¾ cup of almond or coconut milk, ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract, and anywhere fro1 ½ to 2 teaspoons of sugar (depending on your preference) in a blender. Mix for about 15 seconds (you want it to be smooth but relatively thick in consistency), and that's it! You'll be eating like a Kardashian in no time. One thing to keep in mind is that the avocado pudding will be a bit warm right off the bat, so if room temperature isn't your vibe, chill the pudding in the fridge for about half an hour before eating. For some added flair (and you know, vitamins or whatever), add berries, coconut shavings, or whatever your little heart desires on top... after all, gotta get that Instagram shot!
Easy Avocado Pudding Bowls
Easy Avocado Pudding Bowls
Need more incentive other than Kourtney Kardashian to make this one for yourself? Here are some fun facts about avocados: 

1. Avocados are a superfood (duh) — they may be high in fat and calories, but they're packed with lots of healthy nutrients (great for hair + skin). 
2. An avocado contain 3.4 grams of fibre (soluble and insoluble), which helps your digestive system run smoothly. 
3. They contain oleic acid, which is a fat that activates a part in your brain that makes you feel full (jackpot!). Oleic acid can also help reduce cholesterol levels... need I go on?
Easy Avocado Pudding Bowls
Thanks for reading everyone, I hope you guys liked this recipe! If you did, please let Vickie know — hopefully we can turn it into a monthly feature or something... wink wink.


Photography + styling by Adventures in Fashion, in collaboration with Anton Atienza