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.

Papaya Strawberry Tallcakes

Doubling up on the shortcake "shells" is fun and tasty for strawberry shortcake. Adding sweet papaya chunks and yogurt makes a delish tall cake....

Papaya Twirls

These look like sitting Buddhas, but the taste isn't serene- it's sweet. Who knew you could have such fun with refrigerated packages of croissant dough?...

Solo Starfruit Crisp

Sweet tropicals like Solo papayas and starfruit don't have to be baked to make the dessert tray; a few minutes under the broiler to merit...

Solo snowy nest

Such a pretty dessert, you hate to cut into it. But cut you must for a pairing up of a super sweet filling and its...

Solos topped with goat cheese

The sweetness of Solo papayas pairs well with the savoriness of goat cheese. Sounds like and tastes like a perfect side dish....

Solo breakfast bake

A Solo papaya is usually cut lengthwise rather than across its width. Do it differently, turn heads with a great-tasting fruit that provides its own...

Papaya and SlimCado Floribbean Salad

This colorful tropical salad brings together the flavors of both Florida and the Caribbean in a sweet and tart first course. Hence the name, Floribbean....

Papaya and Chayote Tropical Salad

Refreshing strips of chayote add just the right crunch to this colorful salad. New to papaya and chayote, click on the "tips and ideas" link...

Starfruit and Solo Papaya Exotica

A favorite in Southeast Asia, this combination of tropical flavors is unique and loved by all who try it. Helpful "how-tos" show how to prepare...

Tropical soft cider

Offer a hard cider that has a bit of both the seasonal look and taste of fall. Soak tropical fruits in the drink for a...