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Sapote and Vanilla Ice Cream Shake

sapote and vanilla ice cream shake Beverage Cuba
Sapote and Vanilla Ice Cream Shake
  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 3
  • Servings 4

Sapote is a delicious fruit with an orange pulp and a shiny black seed. The fruit’s skins is brown and its texture resembles a fine piece of wood. It is without a doubt a beautiful fruit, both inside and out. When I was little, we enjoyed sapote on special occasions. Later on when I was a college student in Miami, my Cuban family offered me their famous sapote shake. It was so delicious that it became a tradition to drink this at least once a week. Today I want to share a recipe using sapote pulp and vanilla ice cream to enjoy in the morning or as a midday snack. MORE + LESS -

Ingredients

3
cups sapote pulp (can be frozen or natural)
4
cups of filtered water
4
scoops of vanilla ice cream of your choice

Directions

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  • 1
    Place the sapote pulp and water in the blender and process for 5 minutes until all the ingredients are well combined.
  • 2
    Serve in glasses and add a scoop of ice cream to each.

Expert Tips

  • Use frozen sapote if you can’t find fresh fruit.
  • The vanilla ice cream can be frozen yogurt or dairy-free.

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe

  • Sapote is a delicious fruit with an orange pulp and a shiny black seed. The fruit’s skins is brown and its texture resembles a fine piece of wood. It is without a doubt a beautiful fruit, both inside and out. When I was little, we enjoyed sapote on special occasions. Later on when I was a college student in Miami, my Cuban family offered me their famous sapote shake. It was so delicious that it became a tradition to drink this at least once a week. Today I want to share a recipe using sapote pulp and vanilla ice cream to enjoy in the morning or as a midday snack.

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