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Recipe of Triple Layer Fruit Frappé

Triple Layer Fruit Frappé

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During these national holidays, prepare a delicious Triple Layer Fruit Frappé. This refreshing drink is made with natural fruits such as watermelon, prickly pear and guava. The best thing about this Frappé is that it is low in calories since it contains sugar substitute and the natural sugar from the fruits.


2 portions
  • 3 tablespoons bee honey, to frost
  • 1/4 cups coconut, frappé, to frost
  • 6 strawberries, without stem, for the red frappe
  • 3 tablespoons Sugar substitute, for the red frappe
  • 2 yellow lemons, juice for the red frappe
  • 1 cup guava, for the white frappé
  • 1/4 cups coconut water, for the white frappé
  • 2 tablespoons Sugar substitute, for the white frappé
  • 1 cup prickly pear, for the green frappé
  • 1 tablespoon peppermint, for the green frappé
  • 2 lemons, juice, for the green frappé
  • 3 tablespoons Sugar substitute, for the green frappé
  • enough ice
  • 2 fruits, on skewer, to decorate


Frost the edges of the glasses passing through honey and coconut frappé. Set aside.
For the red frappe, blend the watermelon with the strawberries, the sugar substitute, the yellow lemon juice and enough ice to obtain a consistent mixture. Reserve in the refrigerator.
For the white frappe, liquefy the guavas with the coconut water, the sugar substitute and enough ice until a consistent mixture is obtained. Reserve in the refrigerator.
For the green frappé, blend the prickly pears with mint, lemon juice, sugar substitute and enough ice until a consistent mixture is obtained.
Pour the red frappé into the glasses filling one third of each one, taking care not to touch the frosty coconut, continue with the white and finally the green one. Decorate with a skewer of natural fruits and serve.


Serves the frappés layering the three colors of the flag in a glass frosted with coconut frappé.


It is important that the frappés have a consistent texture so that they do not mix with each other. Use vegetable colorant to achieve a more intense color. The amount of sugar substitute will depend on the sweetness of the fruit.

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