DIY Frushi

Sushi is one of my favorite treats. The kids have enjoyed a slice or two, but none of them ask for seconds. It’s always been “Mommy’s”.

Then we discovered fruit sushi! It is sushi, only the filler ingredients are fruit. It’s a fun healthy snack!!

The kiddos went biserko! They loved creating their rolls and snacking on the finished product.

DIY Fruit sushi, frushi.

Make DIY Frushi

Supplies needed to make your own Frushi:

  • Cooked Rice (1/3 a cup per roll)
  • Banana (1/2 a banana per roll)
  • Colorful Fruit
  • Soaked Chia Seeds (optional)
  • Plastic wrap (affiliate) 

DIY Fruit sushi, frushi.

Mash the cooked rice with the banana and the chia seeds.  

Lay out the plastic wrap and spread the rice mixture on top of the plastic. You will want the rice to be roughly the depth of the tip of your pinky finger.

Try to spread the rice in a rectangle shape.

DIY Fruit sushi, frushi.

Layer fruits in a neat, tight row on one side of your rice rectangle.  

We have used apples, strawberries, peaches, cantaloupe, blackberries, pineapple, we’ve even snuck in a couple slices of avocado and fresh spinach in the past. There are so many tasty variations!!

Pull one side of the plastic wrap up and gently roll the frushi together.

Stick the roll into the freezer for two hours to help solidify the rice.

DIY Fruit sushi, frushi.

Happy snacking!

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13 Comments

  1. Do you think I could use pear sauce or applesauce in place of bananas? I have some kids with allergies to bananas.

  2. How much soaked chia and what do you soak it in?

  3. Would oatmeal work in place of the rice? That would be so good and you could serve it drizzled with honey, yum!

  4. Looks awesome! Can’t wait to try it!

  5. Hi there! I make sushi a lot (regular kind w/ soy or seaweed paper) and I was wondering, how exactly you get this fruishi to stay together when cutting it, since this doesn’t have an ‘outside wrapper’? After you freeze it, do you unroll it from the cling wrap and it easily slices? Or do you cut while still in the wrap, and peel each individually.

    Thanks!

    xo, Kenzie
    stylishinsuburbia.com

  6. I think this looks awesome…not sure how my kids will feel about it though. Going to give it a try anyway. 🙂

  7. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful project on The Inspiration Board at homework. You were featured in the spotlight!
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    carolyn ~ homework

  8. What a fun project and delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  9. I had to come back and pin this. I kept thinking about it all week!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop last week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  10. My kids aren’t keen on these and there a bit hard to cut.

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