Category: Starfruit from Florida

Starfruit gets its name because of its star-shaped appearance when you cut it. Its edible skin has a waxy sheen and turns from green to yellow during the maturation process. It’s a good source of vitamins A and C. Starfruit are grown, packed and distributed from our coastal farms in southwest Florida.

Note: If you have kidney problems, check with your doctor before eating starfruit.

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Starfruit

Starfruit cranberry sauce

To me, cranberries are a comfort food perfect during the fall. And starfruit just makes the dish star-studded extra delicious....

Starfruit salsa

Always nice to sit at the lake and wait for the stars to come out. But there's no need to wait, this starfruit salsa brings...

Starfruit juice drink

No juicer required- just toss the ingredients into a blender or food processor. Strain if you're not a pulp person. Don't toss the pulp use...

Tropical Pizza Pie

Why not dress your pizza up with some healthy toppings starring tropical fruit? Either way, the tropical toppings make it a dessert treat....

Tropical fruit cake

This is the fruitcake you want for the holidays. Baked with tropical fruit and you've got paradise in every slice. Icing nor a lot of...

Star-dusted green beans

Topping green beans with a light starfruit sauce makes a perfect side dish that even kids will find hard to turn away. Add stars to...

Starfruit under the broiler lights

Broiled starfruit all by itself is a treat. This recipe just makes it that much more special. Broiler or grill starfruit will fill dinner with...

Starfruit juice

No juicer required- just toss the ingredients into a blender or food processor. Strain if you'd like. Enjoy the pulp as a spread for bagels...