Hot Pink Dragonfruit Shrub

When you come across dragonfruit puree (also labeled pitaya) in the freezer section, don’t pass it up. It’s the main component in this three-ingredient shrub, the one make most often, and it’s how you get that alluring hot pink color. Shrubs are also known as drinking vinegars, and they can be a real bright spot in your refrigerator. A shrub like this one keeps for weeks, and a splash of it in soda water, prosecco, or even a salad dressings is electric. A flexible bolt of sweet and sour.

Hot Pink Dragonfruit Shrub Recipe

This post is not sponsored, but I want as many of you to be able to find the frozen dragonfruit / pitaya as possible, so I’m going to link into the store locater for the brand I usually end up buying here. You can put in your zip code in the U.S. or look for it at any of those stores listed on this page. Alternately, you can experiment with other fruit purees, of course!

Hot Pink Dragonfruit Shrub Recipe

One other thing I’ll mention, for people looking to phase sodas out of their day-to-day routines, a splash of a shrub like this one in a glass of sparkling water is a great alternative for the transition. It’s a celebration in a glass with a fraction of the sugar. It’s also a great component in cocktails, and non-alcoholic cocktails. Enjoy!

Hot Pink Dragonfruit Shrub Recipe

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