Avocado Popsicle

Everyone's like, "here, eat some avocado popsicles," and I'm over here like, "that sounds terrible." Let's keep my chip dip away from my dessert, capiche?

Like, I get it. Those look beautiful and natural and like, fresh or whatever, but then I remember that when you bite into it you're going to taste avocado. You guys, avocado. The thing you order at Chipotle and put on your tacos and bled with garlic to make guacamole. 

I can't help but feel like these popsicles would have an almost foamy texture. Not the good kind of foam like you get when you pour root beer over your ice cream, but a thick, mouth-coating foam like the cream that sat in the fridge for two days. Isn't their juice-like consistency the best thing about popsicles? You eat it, your tongue turns a fun color, and you wonder if you will be judged for eating another. But an avocado popsicle? I imagine it would leave your mouth feeling coated and thick, the opposite of cool and refreshed. 

Am I knocking it before I try it? Totally. Is that fair? Probably not. But I feel like the avocado popsicle is like Zumba, I don't need to try it to know I don't like it.  

Any experienced people out there? Am I way off?


  1. Girl, you are right. I literally just ate avocado on toast and of course loved it, but those look disgusting hahaha.

  2. Step 1: like avocados.

    I don't. This sounds disgusting.