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.

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...

O Solo Minty Salad

You can add almost any salad ingredient with Solo papaya and have a hit on your hands. Serve in the papaya shells and its visual...

Papaya Yogurt Salad

Didn't want to call it a parfait because yogurt parfaits found in stores use sugary jams to make the dish taste sweet. Fresh papaya and...

SlimCado Solo Salad

Do you make the bowl out of the solo papaya or the SlimCado avocado? Why not serve both ways and let your diners have their...

Solo Mango Tango

Papaya, with its high level of vitamin C and heart-healthy potassium, is the star of this fruit salad. And it brings its own bowl to...

Witches’ Papaya Fingers and Cauldron Dip

Sometimes a simple idea goes far. Cutting Caribbean Red® papaya into long narrow pieces is easy. The addition of an almond at the top gives...

Pumpkin papaya salad

You can make this papaya "pumpkins" cute or scary. I personally like the lettuce eyelashes on the Solo papaya. The salad inside is delish....

Caribbean date salad

The Caribbean meets Morocco with this easy-to-make date salad. ...

Tropical Starfruit Smoothie

I've never had a tropical fruit smoothie that I didn't like. This is no exception. Starfruit and papaya perfect together. ...

Solo Kiwi Tomato Salad

No need for dressing; the fruit juices provide a sweet-tart topping for your lettuce. As for how to serve it, you can always cut the...