How To Use Frozen Passion Fruit Pulp
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This week, we are going to talk about something that many people have now learned how to use- passion fruit! What a lovely little berry it is!
Passion fruits come in golden or dark colors and they grow in clusters of around 10–20 berries per cluster. They are known for having an intense flavor that some say tastes like strawberry dessert mix!
Many people enjoy eating them either raw or using the pulp in recipes.
Make fruit salad
Having enough fresh fruits in your diet is important for overall health. One of our favorite recipes that uses frozen passion fruit pulp is strawberry-kiwi smoothie or breakfast bar!
In this recipe, you will use one cup of frozen strawberries and one kiwi piece (seeds removed) as well as three tablespoons of frozen passion fruit pulp.
Once those are in place, you can combine them together with one tablespoon of coconut milk and agave syrup and mix until it’s liquidy. You can then add some cinnamon and salt to taste.
This delicious dessert can be made into a meal by adding some nuts and/or oats. We recommend trying it out once before reading more about using frozen passion fruit pulp.
Make smoothie bowls
While most people use all of the passion fruit pulp in recipes, there are some great ways to add it to your diet! One way is to make what’s called a smoothie bowl. You can either have them as an appetizer or dessert, depending on how hungry you are at that time!
A smoothie bowl contains one part milk (any kind) and two parts fresh fruits and half cup of frozen passion fruit pulp. The rest is up to you! Mix together and eat!
There are many variations to making this recipe, so do not feel limited! Add more berries, less milk, different types of milk —the possibilities are endless.
Smoothie bowls are a nice way to enjoy your daily intake of fruits and vegetables while also giving yourself a good workout by adding some milk into the mix.
Let’s look at some easy dessert recipes, one of which uses frozen passion fruit pulp! I love adding fresh berries to desserts because they give it that pretty color and taste.
In this recipe, you will mix the frozen passion fruit pulp with cream in a baking dish and bake them until set. Then, top each tartlet with your favorite vanilla yogurt and chocolate chips or coconut flakes.
This delicious dessert can be made into an afternoon snack or dinner party treat! It takes about 30 minutes to make and only requires basic cooking tools. You may want to have a good supply of thin plastic ware as well as parchment paper to line the tarts.
Mix with yogurt
In addition to using frozen passion fruit puree as a spread or dip, you can also mix it into your favorite yogurts in place of fresh berries or plain white sugar.
You will want to use half cup (one pouch) of powdered milk mixed with one batch of plain non-fat or low fat yogurt to make one serving.
Remember that although dried fruits are healthier than adding extra sugar, the taste may be slightly bitter or strong so it may not pair well with some flavors.
Pancakes are one of the top breakfast foods, and they can be made with either sweet or savory toppings. They’re also very versatile — you can make them thin or thick, plain or stuffed with something else!
In this article, we’ll show you how to use frozen passion fruit pulp in your pancake recipe. It will give your pancake a nice texture and flavor boost. Plus, it's quite easy to prepare!
You’ll need: 1 cup milk, 2 tablespoons melted butter, 3 cups dried berries (such as cranberries, blueberries, or strawberries), 4–5 ounces frozen passion fruit puree, salt, and 5–6 medium-size eggs
Steps: Follow these steps to make delicious fluffy white pancakes using fresh or dried berries as toppings.
Let’s say you want to make some fluffy, golden delicious waffles that are packed with flavor!
You can use fresh passion fruit pulp in place of the dried powdered sugar called for in the recipe. Simply mix one cup of frozen passion fruits with three tablespoons of milk and let thaw at room temperature until it is liquidy. You will need to stir this mixture frequently as it will set up quickly.
When it is ready, add two cups of white sugar and cream of tartar (or salt) to balance out the acidity. Mix these ingredients together in a saucepan and heat over medium-low heat, stirring constantly. The sugar will eventually melt down and combine into the acidic liquid.
Once all of the sugar has dissolved, increase the heat to low and continue cooking for another five minutes. Take your time to keep an eye on the pan – you don't want burning or scorching!
Remove the syrup from the stove and allow to cool slightly before using it to coat your waffle iron. Once cooled, pour the syrup onto the iron and cook according to the manufacturer's instructions.
When your berries are all used up, you can make delicious frozen pies! If you have enough passion fruit pulp left, it will help create an even consistency in the filling of your pie.
To make sure everything mixes well, add just enough extra liquid (broth or cream) to make it like gelato. Once mixed together, pour into your baking pan and freeze until ready to bake.
When baking the pie from this article, use a half-circle cookie cutter to cut 6–8 thin slices per side. Bake at 375°F for 15 minutes and then reduce temperature by 10 degrees every few minutes to achieve a soft and fluffy tart bar.
Try it in pasta
Pasta is one of the most loved dishes across cultures and time periods. It does not matter if you are eating Italian or Mexican cuisine, there are always recipes that include pasta!
Pasta can be made with either dried noodles or thicker wheat dough that is rolled into shape and cooked under water or dry heat. Either way, the texture and flavor depend on what kind of pasta and what ingredients you add to it.
Frozen passion fruit pulp is an interesting addition to pasta dishes. It gives your finished product some extra tangy flavor and nutritional value. What makes this powder special is its high vitamin content!
Vitamins like Vitamin A, C, and B help promote healthy skin, bones, muscles, and internal organs. This includes helping maintain proper vision, immune function, and general health.