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

Chutney topped stars

Enjoying an Indian curry tonight? Take a minute or two to make this appetizer that perfectly kicks of the meal....

Starfruit goes Italian

Pimentos, olives and cream cheese make a perfect topping for crackers. Even lighter and brighter when topping starfruit slices. ...

Fruity SlimCado guacamole

Guacamole shows its sweet side in this recipe. Dried apples and blueberries will plump back up, absorbed with the juices of both the starfruit and...

Oatmeal made passionate

Make your oatmeal a passion with passionfruit, papaya and starfruit. Here's how......

Bagel face goes tropical

Simple and fun, do it once for the kids and the kids will want to do it again and again. Just have the fruit and...

Early morning stars

Take out that star-shaped cookie cutter and fry an egg in it. Then use it to cut a star shape out of a piece of...

Cream cheese going solo

Want to make a special dessert quickly? This is quick. It tastes great while adding one more fruit for your daily healthy-eating....

Tropical fruit tower salad

Striking salad makes for a striking great side dish. EZ to make, incredible addition to the table. A buffet table favorite....

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....