Category: Solo papayas

These pear-shaped fruit with bright orange flesh generally weigh about 1 pound and yellow as they ripen.

These papayas are grown in Brazil. Brooks Solo Papayas make a tasty bowl when cut in half and filled with other fruits, a salad or an entrée.

Solo papaya shrimp soft tacos

Papaya tastes slightly different when cooked. This recipe just warms the papaya up. If you like cooked papaya - try it, you may like it...

Uniq Fruit crab salad

Uniq Fruit has a sweet taste with a hint of tartness to it. It's perfect both in a salad dressing and as a salad ingredient...

Berry green papaya bowl

A yogurt-filled Brooks Solo papaya bowl is a great breakfast. Blend kale into that filling with some berries and it'll be even more nutritious. A...

Eggs Solo

For a no mess egg, cooked however you want it, crack an egg into half of a solo papaya and bake...

Passionate about going Solo, papaya that is

Who am I to say cereal isn't as good for you as one might think? But who are you to say an all-fruit dish at...

Power breakfast drink

Green breakfast drinks are an eye-opener both in looks and how great that green drink tastes. It's a  fabulous way to start the day...nutrient rich....

Eggs solo

Crack an egg into half of a solo papaya and bake. Bake to your heart's content, or better said to your egg's content. Showy breakfast....

Tropical cream fruit dessert

If adding canned fruit to a dessert makes you cringe, take advantage of tropical fruit now in season for this easy-make dessert....

Passionate lime fool with papaya

A very British dessert that embraces tropical flavors with a flair. The Brits love tropical fruits. This dessert will show you why....