While the smoothie making process might seem like a no-brainer to some, it can intimidate those who have never dabbled in the blender arts.
In a kind of gross—yet kind of amazing—move, Welch’s just released frozen, pre-cut avocados.
The avocado isn’t sliced or diced, but cut into “perfectly hard-chunks,” according to the product description.
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In the annals of Instagram viral treats, crazy milkshakes are up there with rainbow bagels and delicately arranged acai bowls. The elaborate milkshakes at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer in Manhattan inspired block-long lines and social media fever when they were introduced in 2015. They've continued to be incredibly popular. So much so that, according to chef Joe Isidori, the mini-chain now makes 70 to 100 shakes a day. But they're also pretty serious caloric commitment.
I’m no stranger to smoothies. I will even admit to having purchased many of those fancy $12 smoothies in the recent past—I’m not ashamed. I firmly believe anyone should be able to spend as much money as they want on whatever food makes them feel good. However, I have to draw the line somewhere. And that somewhere is when smoothies are blended with water.