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Similar to fruit milkshakes, batidos or liquados are popular drinks served all over Latin America, made by blending fresh fruit with ice, milk and sugar. These icy- cold drinks are sold by street vendors, at the beach and at special batido shops. A popular flavor in many countries, including Puerto Rico, Mexio and in South America, is guanabana, or soursop. This fruit has whitish pulp, a creamy consistency and a bright tropical flavor that tastes like a cross between pineapple, strawberry and lemon. Use GOYA® Guanabana Fruit Pulp for a delicious fruit smoothie that comes together in minutes.
1 pkg. (14 oz.)
frozen GOYA® Guanabana Fruit Pulp, broken into chunks
In bowl of blender, add milk, ice, frozen fruit pulp and sugar. Puree until mixture is smooth and creamy, and sugar is dissolved, about 2 minutes.
To serve, evenly divide drink evenly among serving glasses.
I tried using coconut almond milk instead of the canned milk and it tastes delicious!!