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Oh Joy Passion Fruit Yogurt

Oh Joy Passion Fruit Yogurt

…fresh passion fruit! My friend Catherine dropped off a bag of passion fruit from the tree in her backyard, and while I have always loved passion fruit-flavored things, I have never really eaten straight from the fruit! Yesterday, I had it simply over yogurt and mixed with some champagne grapes, and it was perfection. So I scoured Pinterest for a few others on my "must make with passion fruit" list that I wanted to share with you…

Passion Fruit Cheesecake Ice Cream by The Kate Tin

Passion Fruit Cheesecake Ice Cream by The Kate Tin

Passion Fruit Popsicles by Sweet Style CA

Passion Fruit Popsicles by Sweet Style CA

Passion Fruit sandwich cookies from Gourmet Traveller

Passion Fruit sandwich cookies from Gourmet Traveller

Passion Fruit Meringue Pie by Drizzle and Drip

Passion Fruit Meringue Pie by Drizzle and Drip

Passion Fruit lemonade by Love & Olive Oil

Passion Fruit lemonade by Love & Olive Oil

Clearly, I'm obsessed…

{Top photo by Oh Joy, other photos credited below each image.}

 

7 comments

  1. Believe it or not: I’ve never actually eaten passion fruit FRESH before. I have it as a flavor in cakes, desserts, and bubble tea (yum!) but have never had the actual fruit. Looks delish, though!

  2. Brazilians (like me!) put passion fruit in everything. Our easiest passion fruit treat is passion fruit mousse. It takes no work to make — mix one can crema de leite (known in English as Table cream and available in most Hispanic aisles or Latino supermarkets), one can condensed milk, and one cans worth of passion fruit juice (you can also buy the juice if you have only a few fruits) mix and taste. Some people like it more tart, so add more juice if you want. Top with passion fruit seeds. It will set into a creamy mousse in the fridge. Serve alone or top on chocolate cake!

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