Dragonfruit Drink

Dragonfruit drink

The weekend of July 4 is coming in a few days and for me this means that friends and family will come together for outdoor kitchens and enjoy many simple recipes. Above all, lots of cool and refreshing drinks to quench our thirst.

Let me share with you spring and summer drinks, one of the most popular Starbucks today. The Starbucks dragon drink It was originally in their “Secret Menu”, but due to its popularity, it became a permanent menu item in 2019.

Related: Healthy Starbuck Drinks

Until recently, I ordered a dragon drink at Starbucks a few times a month. But as always, it has become very expensive to pay a crazy price every time. Especially about always ordering the big one or the grande.

So, I had to bring a copy of the Dragon Drink version, just like I do with a lot of Starbucks recipes like this Copiacar Starbucks Double Chocolate Fragranco and this Copicac Starbucks White Chocolate Fragrances.

What is a Starbucks Dragon Drink?

I went to my local Starbucks and once again poured in this amazing drink and was able to talk to the bartenders about the technique they use as well as the alternative caffeine boosters. With all the information, I went home and started experimenting. First, I ran to Trader Joe to pick up some dragon fruit. They carry Walmart and Amazon as well as some grocery stores.

I just want to mention that dragon fruit has some health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants and has a good fiber content. It looks very strange, but after peeling the fruit, it tastes the same as pear. Mild and sweet.

A couple of recipes to share with you: Starbucks use coconut milk in their recipes. Coconut milk is creamy and adds a warm flavor to the drink. But none of you are a fan of coconut milk, I made this with almond milk and the dragon drink without the coconut flavor was just as sweet. Mango juice is sometimes mixed with other flavored juices. That’s fine. I want to use one combination of mango and peach, but sometimes I use all the mangoes. Also, Starbucks uses rocks to drink their dragons. I did that method and it works just fine and it turns out delicious. If you do not have tremors, you can shake the drink in the same way using a strainer or mason jar. Or, use a blender. My favorite little bubble comes out. So, I hope you enjoyed and enjoyed this simple drink!

The dragon drink in the starry sky

Inputs

  • Frozen Dragon Fruit Flour
  • Mango juice
  • White wine juice
  • If you use coconut milk or almond milk, you may not want to add any sweetener
  • Snowflakes
  • Sliced ​​dragon fruit
  • Sliced ​​mango (optional)
  • Use light syrup or sugar to taste or without calorie dessert

Related: How do you eat dragon fruit?

How to make a copy of Starbucks Dragon drink

  1. Sprinkle the dried dragon fruit powder and white wine juice together until well combined
  2. In a shaker, combine the above mixture, ice, mango juice, coconut milk and sweetener if desired – shake with a clean mason jar lid or any strainer or pot.
  3. Fill half with ice and sliced ​​fruit
  4. Pour in the mixture
  5. Decorate, serve and enjoy more chopped fruit!

Copy Star Starbucks Dragon Drink

as if Pam House from Pam Daily Food

Inputs

Copy Star Starbucks Dragon Drink

  • 1 sf. Cool the dried dragon fruit powder
  • ½ Cup Mango juice
  • ¼ Cup White wine juice
  • 1 cup Coconut milk, I used sweet
  • Ice cubes
  • Sliced ​​dragon fruit
  • Sliced ​​mango, this is an option
  • Easy syrup or sugar to taste
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Directions

  1. Sprinkle the dried dragon fruit powder and white wine juice together until well combined

  2. Combine the above mixture, ice cream, mango juice, coconut milk and sweetener if desired – shake until combined.

  3. Fill half with ice and sliced ​​fruit

  4. Pour in the mixture

  5. Decorate, serve and enjoy more chopped fruit!

Kitchen counter

1 Large / Grande serves. Products: 1 Large / Grande Calories 134 Fat 4.6 g

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