Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert Recipe - Pineapple, Bananas, Strawberries

Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert

Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert Recipe - Pineapple, Bananas, Strawberries
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 0 minutes | Servings: 6


Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert
Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert

Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert is a refreshing and healthy treat that is perfect for hot summer days. Made with just a few simple ingredients, this dessert is easy to prepare and can be enjoyed by the whole family.


This recipe for Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert has been a favorite for many years. It is a classic dessert that is loved by both children and adults alike. The combination of sweet strawberries and bananas creates a delicious and satisfying treat that is perfect for any occasion.


  • 1.5 cups of canned crushed pineapple with juice
  • 3 frozen bananas (peeled, wrapped in plastic wrap, and placed in the freezer for at least 12 hours)
  • 3 cups (16 oz or 454 g) bag of frozen strawberries

How to prepare

  1. Place crushed pineapple and its juice in a blender.
  2. Add the frozen fruit gradually, blending after each addition.
  3. Scoop a serving of 0.5 cup into dessert dishes and freeze for 15 to 30 minutes. (If frozen for longer, remove a few minutes before serving to allow it to soften).


  • Try using different frozen fruits such as mango or peaches for a unique twist.
  • Add a splash of coconut milk or almond milk for a creamier consistency.


  1. Alternate use, do not freeze, but refrigerate. You can use spooned over angel food cake in individual serving dishes.
  2. Keeps in refrigerator about 1 or 2 days.
  3. Enjoy.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to use frozen fruit for this recipe to achieve the perfect texture.

- Blend the ingredients in batches to ensure a smooth and creamy consistency.

- Serve the dessert in chilled dessert dishes for an extra refreshing treat.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert with a sprinkle of granola or a dollop of whipped cream for added texture and flavor.

Cooking Techniques

Blending the frozen fruit in batches ensures a smooth and creamy texture for the dessert.

Ingredient Substitutions

You can substitute fresh fruit for frozen fruit in this recipe, but the texture may be slightly different.

Make Ahead Tips

This dessert can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer for up to a week.

Presentation Ideas

Serve this Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert in chilled dessert dishes for an elegant presentation.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair this dessert with a glass of sparkling water or a fruity white wine for a refreshing combination.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer. Allow the dessert to soften slightly before serving.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Calories: 140 per serving


Carbohydrates: 32g per serving


Fats: 0.5g per serving


Proteins: 1g per serving

Vitamins and minerals

This dessert is rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin A, thanks to the strawberries and bananas.


This recipe is free of common allergens such as nuts, dairy, and gluten.


This Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert is a low-calorie, low-fat, and low-protein dessert that is perfect for those looking for a healthy and delicious treat.


Frozen Strawberry Fruit Dessert is a delicious and healthy treat that is perfect for any occasion. With just a few simple ingredients, you can create a refreshing dessert that the whole family will love.

How did I get this recipe?

The first time I saw this recipe, I was filled with a sense of excitement. It was a hot summer day and my neighbor, Mrs. Jenkins, had invited me over for tea in her garden. As we sat sipping our tea and chatting, she suddenly got up and disappeared into her kitchen. She came back out a few minutes later with a plate of the most delicious looking frozen strawberry fruit dessert I had ever seen.

I couldn't help but ask her for the recipe. Mrs. Jenkins smiled and told me that it was a family recipe that had been passed down for generations. She said that her grandmother had first made it for her when she was a little girl, and she had been making it ever since. I was intrigued and begged her to teach me how to make it.

Mrs. Jenkins agreed and we spent the rest of the afternoon in her kitchen, with her patiently showing me each step of the recipe. It was a simple recipe, but it required precision and attention to detail. Mrs. Jenkins explained that the key to a perfect frozen strawberry fruit dessert was using fresh strawberries and freezing it just right.

As we worked together, I listened intently to Mrs. Jenkins' stories about her grandmother and the memories she had of making this dessert with her as a child. I could feel the love and tradition that went into every step of the recipe, and I knew that I wanted to carry on this tradition in my own family.

After we had finished making the dessert, Mrs. Jenkins insisted that we try it right away. The frozen strawberry fruit dessert was a burst of flavor in my mouth - sweet, tangy, and refreshing all at once. I knew that this would become a favorite in my own household.

Over the years, I have made this frozen strawberry fruit dessert countless times. I have passed the recipe on to my children and grandchildren, just as Mrs. Jenkins had passed it on to me. Each time I make it, I am reminded of that hot summer day in Mrs. Jenkins' garden and the bond that we formed over a simple dessert.

As I sit here now, looking through my recipe book and reminiscing about all the recipes I have collected over the years, the frozen strawberry fruit dessert holds a special place in my heart. It is not just a recipe, but a connection to the past and a way to create lasting memories with loved ones.

I am grateful to Mrs. Jenkins for sharing her family recipe with me and for instilling in me a love for cooking and tradition. The frozen strawberry fruit dessert will always be a staple in my kitchen, a reminder of the power of food to bring people together and create cherished moments that last a lifetime.


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