Frozen Dragon Fruit Pina Colada
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Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Frozen Dragon Fruit Pina Colada comes together in just a few minutes.
- It’s sweet, refreshing and the perfect drink for summer.
- This is a mocktail version, meaning it doesn’t contain any alcohol.
- You can easily add in a splash of white rum if desired.
- Just blend all ingredients together and pour into a fun glass.
- The bright pink color is vibrant and so fun.
- Check out my frozen espresso martini for another fun idea!
Ingredients And Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Frozen Dragon Fruit Pina Colada. Scroll down to the recipe card for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
Fresh pineapple chunks are going to be more natural without any added preservatives. However, you can use canned pineapple if desired.
Frozen pink dragonfruit is going to add that lovely pink color. I always buy this frozen because it’s more cost efficient than fresh dragonfruit, also known as pitaya with pink flesh.
Use coconut milk from the can version coconut milk from a carton found in the milk section. The can version is going to be more traditional and have a much stronger coconut flavor.
A touch of agave adds sweetness, you can use simple syrup, honey or maple syrup. You may also leave it out if preferred.
Pineapple juice is needed to make this cocktail taste like a traditional pina colada. You can use pineapple juice from the can, or fresh pineapple juice.
Optional to add in white rum to make this a cocktail vs a mocktail.
Rimming the glass with toasted coconut is also optional, but strongly encouraged.
How To Make
ONE: Toast the unsweetened coconut on the stovetop in a sauté pan over medium to low heat. This takes about 3-5 minutes.
TWO: Next, in a blender add in the fresh pineapple, frozen dragonfruit, coconut milk, agave, pineapple juice and ice. Blend until smooth and creamy.
THREE: Dip a glass in agave and then in the toasted coconut. Pour in your blended mixture, garnish with a pineapple leaf and enjoy!
Tips And Tricks
Carefully watch the coconut when toasted on the stovetop because it will turn from golden brown to burnt rather quickly. Use a spatula and toss coconut occasionally. Remove from heat immediately to stop the cooking.
Use frozen dragonfruit to be more cost efficient.
Add in 2oz of white rum to make this a cocktail.
How To Serve And Store
Serve this Frozen Dragon Fruit Pina Colada with a toasted coconut rim.
Since this is a frozen drink, leftovers aren’t recommended.
Taste And Texture
This Frozen Dragon Fruit Pina Colada is the perfect blend of pineapple and coconut with a lovely pink coloring. The texture is smooth, creamy and icy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any white rum
Absolutely, just look for one that has pink flesh to achieve that color.
Totally! Use a vanilla flavored one for unflavored for best results.
Other Recipes You May Like
- Frozen Espresso Martini
- Watermelon Basil Margarita
- Frozen Peach Bellini
- Mango Dragonfruit Refresher from Starbucks
- Coconut Margarita
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