Paletas de Maracuyá (Creamy Passion Fruit Popsicles)
- 2 cups passion fruit pulp
- 1 cup heavy cream
- ½ cup evaporated milk
- 1 15 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- Place all the ingredient in a blender. Blend until well combined.
- Pour into popsicle molds or paper cups. If using cups, youu2019ll need to insert wooden popsicle sticks. Freeze for about 4 hours, or until firm.
If you love passion fruit I’ve got a special treat for you today, Creamy Passion Fruit Popsicles. Popsicles (Paletas) are one of the most popular treats in Latin America and one of my favorites during the summer season.
Certain foods bring back wonderful memories of childhood and these simple, sweet treats trigger those memories for me. Passion Fruit Popsicles remind me of the times after school as a girl in Colombia, when my mom made them for my siblings and I. The deliciousness of these paletas still makes me happy as an adult!
What makes this Paletas de Maracuyá recipe so decadently rich is the condensed cream and evaporated milk used to make the mixture. The creamy and smooth texture and the sweet and tart flavor are amazing.
I want one! Love the aroma and taste of passionfruit.
This is reason enough for summer not to be over!
These would perfect on this hot day we're having here! Passion fruit sounds delicious.
Thank you for the smooth, creamy, luscious summer treat! How flawlessly cute those pops look!
Erica, this creamy passion fruit popsicle looks fabulous...I miss so much having fresh passion fruit.
Thanks for the recipe and have a wonderful week ahead 😀
Those popsicle stick bases are very cool!
This recipe is easy and fabulous! I was ready to drink the base without pouring it into the mold for popsicles. I love the tartness of Illinois as I held back on the condensed milk and omitted the sugar. I marbled it in with some leftover strawberry base from another popsicle recipe and which made a beautiful sweet, tart, creamy and icy popsicle! Amazing recipe! Thank you!
Yummy.... Loved it... Its creamy. Where can I buy those round moulds you use