The great thing about cooking all week? The one night you get home and are starving... you have leftovers!! Instead I bring you a surprising and refreshing dessert :) Have you had your MUFA's (monounsaturated fatty acids--they're the good ones) today? At some point I was trying to think of something else to do with some ripe avocados-- I'd done the guacamole, spread it on some toast, even thrown it in my sandwhich.
Low and behold I came across a recipe for Jagger Pie from Nicole over at Pinch My Salt. It's probably evident already that I like to try things that might seem unique, so this definately was calling my name. My plan: to call it 'Frog Pie' and see if anyone could name the secret ingredient!
Verdict: Delish! And no one guessed that they were having avocado for dessert. Very light and it couldn't be easier to prepare. Last time I garnished it with kiwi slices, which provided a nice contrast of texture. Have fun with this one :)
Jagger Pie (or Avocado Pie)
Pinch My Salt
1 prepared graham cracker crust (who knew Arrowhead Mills makes them? you could also make your own, using brown sugar instead of white)
1 ripe avocado
1 can fat free sweetened condensed milk
3.5oz fresh sqeezed lemon and/or lime juice (both times I've done a mix of the two)
Blend/process avocado and sweetened condensed milk. Fold in lemon/lime juice, then pour (rather quickly) into crust. Refrigerate at least 3hrs before serving.