LIST: Where To Order Avocado Desserts

There are so many avocado desserts to choose from!

IMAGE Facebook/Graham Sweet Treats and Sebastian's Ice Cream

Living in a tropical country gives us an abundance of different fruits during the summer or dry season. While we all know mangoes are a huge hit during this time, there are more fruits that you will see more of in the supermarket such as avocados. 

One of the most popular ways to enjoy avocados in the Philippines is a simple dessert: slices of ripe avocados are mixed in evaporated milk (but regular fresh milk can also work), and granulated sugar. To make it extra refreshing, some even add ice cubes.

This earthy, nutty, buttery fruit is more than that. Avocados are such a versatile ingredient that you can use them in so many desserts. If you want to try avocado desserts beyond the avocado-and-milk combination, here are the different places that offer avocado desserts:

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Aice: Avocado Sundae and Avocado Strawberry Sundae

The Avocado Sundae (P25) is an avocado ice cream in a cup that's topped with chocolate sauce while the Apukat Strawberry Sundae or the Avocado Strawberry Sundae (P120) has avocado ice cream with chocolate drizzle on one side and strawberry ice cream with a strawberry syrup drizzle on the other side.

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You can buy from Aice's online resellers.

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Army Navy: Avocado Cream Cheese Milk Tea

When we got wind that Army Navy was going to introduce milk tea, we didn't expect that they would be introducing a total of 15 different flavors of LiberTea milk tea. Included in the selection is the Avocado Cheesecake Milk Tea, which is a milky, nutty, and earthy drink with tapioca pearls.

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Army Navy's Avocado Cream Cheese Milk Tea is available via GrabFood and Foodpanda.

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Avocadoria: Avocado Sans Rival Cake

Avocadoria offers several avocado desserts, from shakes, ice cream floats in cups, and they even have tin can cakes like the Avocado Sans Rival (P600). This dessert has layers of nutty meringue, creamy French buttercream filling, cashews, and real avocado fruit.

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Avocadoria is available via GrabFood and Lalamove.

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Dakasi: Blended Creme Avocado with Cheese

Magpalamig ka this summer with Dakasi's Blended Creme Avocado with Cheese (P190). This drink is made with fresh avocados, fresh milk, and a thick cream as a bottom layer. Based on their release of this drink back in March 2020, the Blended Creme Avocado with Cheese has real cheese in it.

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Dakasi is available via GrabFood and Foodpanda.

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Graham Sweet Treats: Avocado Graham Cake

Move over, mango float! Graham Sweet Treats swaps the sweet yellow mangoes for green, nutty slices of avocados to make a refrigerator cake or float. This Mandaluyong-based store offers the Avocado Graham in different sizes: P140/regular 500-ml tub, P350/tin can, P800/large tray, and P850/premium cake (this has four layers with a special crust).

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To place an order, message Graham Sweet Treats on Facebook.

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Lia's Cakes In Season: Avocado Silvanas

Lia's Cakes in Season is known for having avocado desserts all-year-round-name it, they probably have an avocado version of it. One of the more unique avocado desserts they have is the Avocado Silvanas (P320/box of four) which replace the traditional French buttercream with their very own avocado buttercream.

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You can buy Avocado Silvanas via Lia's Cakes in Season's website.

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Manila Creamery: Avocado Gelato

Manila Creamery's Avocado Gelato is made from the Hass variety. They've made it extra thick and creamy that you'll want to savor each spoonful. This flavor costs P380/pint and P1,500/half-gallon, but as of writing, this is currently marked down with prices at P360/pint and P999/half-gallon.

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Manila Creamery's Avocado Gelato is available to purchase via their website.

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Pan de Manila: Avocado Ice Cream

If you're looking for healthy and affordable treats, Pan de Manila has this underrated avocado ice cream pint in their freezers. This ice cream has actual avocado bits mixed with the ice cream, but what's even more enticing is that it doesn't use any preservatives, artificial flavoring, and food coloring. 

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Pan de Manila's Avocado Ice Cream is available via MetroMart.

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Sebastian's Ice Cream: Avocado Leche Flan Torte

Sebastian's Ice Cream has an Avocado Leche Flan Torte (P145/slice and P1,595/whole) which is made with three important layers: an almond nut cookie crust as the base, a thick layer of avocado ice cream in the middle, and topped with silky leche flan.

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You can buy the Avocado Leche Flan Torte on Sebastian's Ice Cream's website.

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