Avocado Graham Float is a type of Filipino ice box cake made with layers of sweetened condensed milk mixed on whipped cream and mashed avocadoes sandwiched between Graham Crackers.
- 250 ml fresh cream, chilled
- 300 g can sweetened condensed milk (3/4 of the full 400g can), chilled
- 3 large avocadoes, mashed
Graham Layer and Toppings
- 5 pcs single packs Honey Graham Crackers
- 1/4 cup crushed Honey Graham Crackers
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 pc avocado, cubed
- Prepare your cream filling, in a mixing bowl whip cream until it forms stiff peaks. Gently add condensed milk then fold to combine. Set it aside in the refrigerator.
- Prepare a 9 in (23 cm) springform pan, line it with wax paper or cling wrap, this will make things easier later when you want to remove the whole avocado float.
- Place 4 pieces of the graham crackers in one layer then get one more graham cracker then cut into sections that will fill the gaps of the pan, don’t worry about the perfect shape as this will all join together when the moisture from the cream moistens it. Put a layer of sweetened whipped cream then top it with mashed avocado. Repeat this process for three layers.
- For the toppings, combine Graham Crackers and cocoa powder together. Sprinkle this on top of the cake then top with cubed avocadoes. Wrap the whole thing with cling warp then place it in the freezer and let it freeze and set. Remove 1 hour from the freezer and put it in your refrigerator shelf prior to serving.
I do like to use avocado in desserts. This looks tempting with all the nicely layered goodness.
I have never used avocado in the desert, Raymund! The closest I have ever gotten was an avocado gelato that was served with grilled shrimp. It wasn’t really dessert… The cake looks amazing, and I’m fascinated to think about trying avocados as a dessert.
This looks gorgeous! I love avocado but it is VERY expensive here.
Interesting! You’re right that avocadoes are usually saved for savory recipes here, so that makes me even more intrigued by this dessert. And it looks really cool, too! This would be a great dessert for the warmer summer months!
I’ve seen several recipes that use avocado in desserts, but you’re right: I’m much more used to them in savory dishes. This looks great, though — neat recipe. Thanks!
It looks like an icebox cake with flavors of an avocado mousse. Highly interesting!
I love avocado desserts but I’ve never seen anything quite like this! What a show-stopper!
This is such a unique dessert! I love how it’s an easy icebox cake, but Avocado Graham Float sounds so much more fancier! 😀
what an interesting dessert raymund. i have made a chocolate mousse with avocado before, and it was delicious. this sounds very flavoursome. once upon a time, using avocado for sweets would have been outrageous but not anymore … 🙂
Well I’ve heard of avocado ice cream so why not! I wish I could just go out and pick them thoough 🙂
I love it! I do this recipe at home not so sweet, its yummy and delicious…