8 Easy Things to Make Using Costco Dragon Fruit
Organic Pitaya Dragon Fruit is now in Costco stores – find it on the frozen aisle with the other frozen fruit! If you’ve been wondering “What can I make with the Costco dragon fruit?” or “how do I use frozen Pitaya dragon fruit?” Dragon fruit sounds so exotic and interesting but what to make with it? Not to worry, we’ve got the answers! The organic dragon fruit from Costco blends up a GORGEOUS (and delicious!) purple and can be used so many ways. We rounded up all the creative, quick and easy ways to whip this nutrient rich frozen Costco dragon fruit from Pitaya into beautiful and delicious treats that kids and adults will both enjoy! Almost of them are vegan and gluten free (or can be made dairy free) so these are perfect for those following vegan, plant based diets, raw diets, or those just trying to lower your added sugars in your sweet treats!
Why Costco dragon fruit?
Dragon fruit is loaded with good stuff like vitamin C, iron, fiber, and antioxidants, plus the Pitaya brand dragon fruit at Costco is also certified organic. PItaya only grows the purple flesh dragon fruit (sometimes dragon fruit also has white flesh) because the purple flesh is loaded with more of the good vitamins and nutrients. Dragon fruit is mildly sweet, offering a yummy treat without an overpowering flavor.
Here are 10 ways to prepare your Costco frozen dragon fruit!
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Pink Pitaya Smoothie Bowl
This pink pitaya smoothie bowl is a crowd pleaser – not only because it’s delicious but it looks (and tastes) like a bowl of fruity sorbet with “toppings.” Anything that makes it look and sound like ice cream right? You can easily alter this recipe for Costco dragon fruit to be gluten free, dairy free, and/or vegan!
Pitaya Mango Banana Nice Cream Recipe
This 5-ingredient nicecream recipe is refreshingly delicious plus its dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan. It’s a great option for a healthy dragon fruit summer frozen treat!
Pink Lemon Dragon Fruit Smoothie
This easy pink lemon and dragon fruit smoothie combines frozen fruits with milk and honey. It makes the ultimate breakfast meal as you can whip it up in under 5 minutes with just a handful of ingredients!
Green Ginger Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl
We love the combination of spicy ginger with the subtly sweet fruit in this Green Ginger Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl. Plus it’s vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free.
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Dragon Fruit Cocktail
Looking for a unique and pink signature cocktail for your event? Look no further! We’re loving how this dragon fruit cocktail captures the spectacular magenta color of dragon fruit…plus its delicious and unique!
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Beet and Dragon Fruit Antioxidant and Protein Boosted Bowl – Paleo Friendly
This antioxidant-rich and protein-boosted beet and dragon fruit (pitaya) bowl is vegan and paleo friendly. Both beets and dragon fruit are high in betalain, an antioxidant that helps protect our cells from harmful free radicals, and as it turns out, blend up beautifully together in this protein-boosted recipe! Plus a list of optional toppings to add crunch and even more plant power!
Dragon Fruit Chia Coconut Pudding Smoothie
This dragon fruit and chia coconut pudding smoothie recipe takes less than 5 minutes to make! It’s plant based and the addition of the coconut chia pudding lends this smoothie extra thickness sometimes missing in vegan smoothies. With only 6 ingredients, this quick and easy recipe is just our style…deliciously easy!
Frozen Pineapple Dragon Fruit Margaritas
These refreshing Frozen Pineapple Dragon Fruit Margaritas are a great choice for a hot summer day! Make it a mocktail for the kiddos by subbing pineapple juice for the tequila and everyone can enjoy them!
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Hi! Where are the recipes located?
I just changed the links to blue, so they are easier to see. They were bold but it was hard to tell they were links – sorry about that – should be clear now what to click to get thru to the recipes 🙂
How do I get the 8 recipes for dragonfruit? They look amazing!