Fruit Dessert Sushi – Frushi Recipe

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Learn how to make Frushi, the dessert sushi, at home! This recipe is so yummy. Frushi is one of the highlights of the Epcot festival food.

Snack time is my kids favorite time. They get to pick something out that will hold them over until dinner time but also satisfy a sweet or savory tooth. These are some of our favorite after-school snacks that are also healthy and good for you. With an occasional hint of chocolate to make it extra special. Kid approved and Mom approved for the health values!

I’ve made a lot of these myself but some I’m dying to try and keep on hand in the future. Like Fruit Sushi, also known as Frushi, which I tried while visiting Epcot this past year during the International Food and Garden Festival. You can find the recipe below.

How to make dessert sushi aka Frushi

How to make Frushi


Disney Parks Epcot
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine Chinese, Japanese
Calories 1007 kcal

What you will need


  • Let sushi rice cool slightly; stir in cream of coconut. Set aside to cool to room temperature.
  • Lay one soy wrapper on a flat surface. Place about 1/4 cup sushi rice on the soy wrapper, pressing with moistened fingers to cover the whole sheet.
  • Place one piece each of pineapple and cantaloupe, and four pieces of strawberry in the center of the rice-covered sheet.
  • Starting at one end, fold about one-third of the roll-up, then roll the sheet into a cylinder, keeping the fruit in the middle. Moisten soy wrapper to seal.
  • Cut into 4 equal pieces. Repeat with remaining ingredients.
  • Garnish with toasted coconut.


Serve with a fruit sauce and some whipped cream for dipping.
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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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