Clever tips for freezing, preparing and storing passionfruit

Learn how to store, freeze and prepare passionfruits while they're in peak season during summer and winter, and get great passionfruit recipes to cook at home.

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How to freeze, prepare and store passionfruit

Being passionate about passionfruit is something we don’t take lightly. I mean, it sits atop our famous homemade pavlova, and that’s a competitive spot for any fruit. If that’s not enough to prove it’s glory, then think about passionfruit in a caprioska, or passionfruit dolloped onto greek yoghurt… Just the thought of these fruity treats send us straight into tropical holiday mode!

Sweet and sour, available year-round and easily transformed into a hero dessert sauce, there’s no wonder passionfruit is a favourite ingredient for many foodies.

It’s so versatile to use in the kitchen, and what’s fabulous, is that storing passionfruit is very easy. In fact, it can be stored for up to a month, so if you are in abundance then we have good news.

Here are some clever tips for freezing, preparing and storing passionfruit.

With your stash of perfect passionfruits, try some of these recipes below!

Get the recipe: Classic Vanilla Slice with Passionfruit Icing

This creamy custard-filled dessert pairs perfectly with the zingy tropical flavours of passionfruit. Yum!

Get the recipe: Passionfruit Curd and Coconut Meringue Jars

These lovely dessert jars are like little containers of tropical sunshine.

Get the recipe: Passionfruit Nice-cream

Make this easy nice-cream using bananas, yoghurt and of course lashings of passionfruit for a healthier snack.

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