Pina colada Falooda

Pina colada has been the national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978. It is made by using white rum,coconut milk and pineapple juice. Once you taste this heavenly combination of pineapple and coconut,you will try to put this combination in every possible dish😋. I have done the same. Famous falooda drink with pina colada flavor😊.

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Falooda consists of sabza bi/basil seeds which are acts as a cooling agent,good for summer. Also they offer many advantages as stress reliever,improve digestion,helps in weight loss. Also good for skin. It also has vermicelli in it but if you don’t find  it in store then you can use ‘capellini spezzati’ pasta.

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Ingredients : 

  • 1 cup – coconut milk
  • 3/4 cup – frozen pineapple
  • 4 tbsp – sugar
  • 1 tbsp – basil seeds soaked in coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp – cooked vermicelli
  • 1 scoop – coconut ice cream

Directions :

  1. Blend coconut milk,frozen pineapple pieces,sugar together.
  2. Put soaked basil seeds in glass.
  3. Add cooked vermicelli on that.
  4. Pour the blended mixture in it.
  5. Then add scoop of ice cream on top.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Yum love the idea of an alcohol free piña colada!

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    1. rutujaks says:

      Thank you😊 It is healthy as well as tasty 😋

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  2. samba2017 says:

    This looks like an interesting recipe. Thanks for sharing. We have just got back from a week in Croatia where sunset Piña Coladas quickly became part of our daily ritual. I wrote a poem about the bar where we would sit and drink them which features on my poetry blog today in case you have time to look? Sunny greetings, Sam 🙂

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    1. rutujaks says:

      Wow Croatia..sounds wondeful😀. Thank you for the compliment. Pina Coladas are addictive you know😋. I will definitely read your poetry,that way I can experience Croatia😊.

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      1. samba2017 says:

        It was a brilliant holiday. I know – they are very moreish! 🙂

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