This post has been sponsored by Nestlé® Carnation®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
This tropical, no-bake, passion fruit delight can be made in only 10 minutes, which makes it the perfect summer dessert! On top of that, this is only a 3-ingredient dessert. It’s so good that its name is delight!
The only precaution is to freeze your Nestlé® Carnation® Lactose-Free Evaporated Milk 11oz carton for at least two hours but not much longer. You don’t want your evaporated milk frozen, rather a slushy consistency. Then, with an electric mixer, you’ll mix it until it doubles in size. Do not recommend thawing and refreezing.
Next is adding sweetened condensed milk and passion fruit frozen concentrate, mixing them until a homogeneous and creamy mixture is formed. That’s all. Now tell me, what can be better than this?
Well, there is more. I made my no-bake passion fruit delight with lactose-free evaporated milk. Not that this has to be a lactose-free dessert; I’ve also made it with regular sweetened condensed milk. But it is a great option and turns out just as delicious!
The good news is that Carnation® has lactose-free evaporated milk, and it comes in a pretty convenient reclosable package. Bingo! That means you can use the evaporated milk you want, add richness and creaminess to your recipe, and save the rest in your refrigerator.
I was raised on Carnation…
I don’t know about you but being born in Venezuela, I was raised on Carnation® evaporated milk. That was a staple in my grandma’s and my mom’s kitchens, used for countless desserts and also as a substitute for cream in savory dishes. When it comes to ice coffee, it’s my favorite milk to add there too!
There is also another novelty: Nestlé® Carnation® Almond Cooking Milk, also coming in an 11-oz reclosable carton. I got both of them at my local Walmart in the baking aisle. They have them where the regular canned Nestlé Carnation evaporated milk is.
Now, back to my recipe. This is the best thing you can do when having friends coming over or to surprise your kiddos. You can experiment with different flavors, including lime or lemon juice. I have in mind one with lemon and raspberries. Besides the evaporated and sweetened condensed milks, you need something acidic to create that consistency that’s lighter than mousse and less dense than ice cream.
No matter the flavor you choose, you can easily find all the ingredients for this delicious recipe at your local Walmart.
And then treat yourself and your loved ones to dessert or a decadent snack… without the hustle.
How to make passion fruit delight
Following is my recipe. I hope you like it as much as I do.
Passion Fruit Delight
- 1 Nestlé® Carnation® Lactose-Free Evaporated Milk 11oz carton frozen for 2 hours
- 1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 cups passion fruit concentrated frozen
- Add the evaporated milk to a cold standing mixer bowl.
- Mix at medium speed until the milk doubles its volume, about 5 minutes.
- Continue beating and gradually add the condensed milk.
- Add the passion fruit and beat until a homogeneous mixture forms, 3-4 minutes.
- Serve in individual glasses and keep them refrigerated until the moment you are going to serve them.
- Garnish with a sprig of spearmint.