Jam Frappes

You can't start without shaved ice at the summer festivals. Try using homemade jam instead of store-bought syrup. Add vanilla ice cream on top to make it special.

Jam Frappes
Photographed by Takeshi Noguchi


Recipe by
Goma

Average

Desserts

Quick

Party

15minutes

Strawberry jam frappe 230 kcal (total), blueberry jam frappe 260 kcal (total)

Ingredients

  • [Strawberry jam frappe]

    • [Jam syrup A]

      • 50 g strawberry jam
        Note

        Preserves, or other jam that contains a lot of fruit chunks, is recommended.

      • 2 tbsp water
      • 1 tbsp honey
      • 1 tbsp lemon juice
    • Shaved ice, as desired
    • Plain yogurt (unsweetened), as desired
  • [Blueberry jam frappe]

    • [Jam syrup B]

      • 50 g blueberry jam
        Note

        Preserves, or other jam that contains a lot of fruit chunks, is recommended.

      • 2 tbsp water
      • 1 tbsp sugar
      • 1 tbsp lemon juice
    • Shaved ice, as desired
    • Condensed milk, as desired
  • Biscuit stick snacks (store-bought), as desired
  • Blueberries (fresh), as desired

Directions

1

Make the jam syrups: Combine the ingredients for each of jam syrups [A] and [B] in separate microwave-safe containers. Microwave each uncovered for 90 sec at 600 W.

2

Place each of the containers of jam syrup onto ice water, and stir them as they cool to thicken.

3

In two plastic cups, add enough shaved ice to make a layer about 3 cm deep, then add a layer of 1-2 tbsp of one of the jam syrups on top (using one flavor of jam syrup for each cup). Add another 3 cm layer of shaved ice and another 1- 2 tbsp of jam syrup to make four layers. Top with a mound of shaved ice on each.

4

For the strawberry jam frappe, top with plain yogurt, and for the blueberry jam frappe, top with condensed milk. Add more jam syrup to each as desired, and decorate with biscuit stick snacks or blueberries.