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Passion Fruit Dessert

  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 2 hr 0 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 8

Ingredients

1
bag (14 ozs) of frozen passion fruit pulp
1 1/2
cup of water
2
tablespoons of sugar
1
can (14 ozs) of condensed milk
1
can (7 ozs) of table cream
Zest from one lime as garnish (optional)

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

If you’re lucky enough to easily get a hold of fresh passion fruit, you can use the same amount found in the recipe.

In Spanish, the passion fruit has many names. I know it as maracuyá, but it’s also called parchita, chinola, or parcha and it’s the main ingredient in this recipe. This delicious treat, simply called passion fruit dessert, is a recipe I learned from my mother many years ago. It was very common for people to come by my house just to ask for it and it’s a tradition that seems to have followed us to this country as well. Basically you combine the passion fruit juice with condensed milk and cream. It’s so delicious that I’m sure you’ll come back to this recipe time and time again!

Directions

  • 1 Prepare juice by liquefying the passion fruit pulp in a blender with water and sugar.
  • 2 Incorporate the condensed milk and cream and then blend again.
  • 3 Serve the mixture in a large mold or small individual molds.
  • 4 Sprinkle lime zest over the surface (optional) and place in your freezer for 2 hours or until it has the consistency of ice cream.

In Spanish, the passion fruit has many names. I know it as maracuyá, but it’s also called parchita, chinola, or parcha and it’s the main ingredient in this recipe. This delicious treat, simply called passion fruit dessert, is a recipe I learned from my mother many years ago. It was very common for people to come by my house just to ask for it and it’s a tradition that seems to have followed us to this country as well. Basically you combine the passion fruit juice with condensed milk and cream. It’s so delicious that I’m sure you’ll come back to this recipe time and time again!

Rate and Comment

Cristina Duffy Cristina Duffy
September 27, 2015

In Spanish, the passion fruit has many names. I know it as maracuyá, but it’s also called parchita, chinola, or parcha and it’s the main ingredient in this recipe. This delicious treat, simply called passion fruit dessert, is a recipe I learned from my mother many years ago. It was very common for people to come by my house just to ask for it and it’s a tradition that seems to have followed us to this country as well. Basically you combine the passion fruit juice with condensed milk and cream. It’s so delicious that I’m sure you’ll come back to this recipe time and time again!