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9 Cool Looking Things You Can Do With Fruits: What can be done with guava?

Eating fruits normally has become boring as of late. In times when the internet is running a mock among people trying out weird things that have the potential to turn out to be cool is something that I am always gonna try my hand at. Experimenting with mainstream things and breaking the stereotypical barrier is something that captivates my mind a lot. So I decide to use fruits to remake recipes that may or may not be the vast majority’s cup of tea. Here are some of the things I tried to do that may disturb the balance of the universe.

I wanted to make something out of Kiwi but I wanted something more from it so I did what a normal sweet tooth would do I covered it in chocolate. You can call it Chocolate covered ice pops. For the days when the strawberry/chocolate combo seems a little overdone, you can pull this surprise out of the bag and turn your snack time on its head. The recipe calls for just three ingredients (kiwi, dark chocolate, and coconut oil), but we love ours with nuts or coconut flakes sprinkled on top.

Easy, delicious, and different, just as how I would want my life to be.

The second thing I did was to try out fruits covered in chocolate. As you can tell chocolate is a big ingredient used here. It is kind of like a sweet tooth’s cooking guide where you would only find chocolate and sugar all over the place. Covering fruits in frozen chocolate turned out to be way better than it sounds. Some of the fruits tasted delicious whereas some of the fruits didn’t meet my expectations but I won’t reveal which of them tasted bad or which of them tasted good. I will leave that up to your judgment.

The third that you can try is called ‘Vanilla Roasted Strawberries’. Sounds classy and it tastes the same as well. Looking to impress people with your dessert-making skills? Look no further than this, definitely something that will leave people craving for more at the end of your party. It’s kind of like a Swiss army knife of a sweet option. Get this right and you’ve got a topping for ice cream, oatmeal, and yogurt. Roasting the strawberries kicks their flavor in the pants and makes it go — plus, it creates a rich syrup that brings an extra zhuzh to whatever the strawberries are sitting at. You probably never thought of roasting your strawbs before, but give it a go. It’s a great way to boost their already exceptional taste without adding sugar.

The next interesting thing for you to try is the ‘Papaya Punch Smoothie’. Idina Menzel, eat your heart out — this fruit, veggie, ice, and chia smoothie is the real delivery of frozen perfection. It’s loaded with papaya, a tropical fruit that has tons of flavor and fiber. Papaya is also relatively low in sugar compared to other fruits, with just 11.3 grams per cup. Papaya’s got a brand new bag.

The fifth activity on my list for you to try is ‘Summer fruit spring rolls’. This sounds like a dish that a mother would make to make their 9-year-old kid eat more vegetables. Well not gonna lie it kind of is but it does remind of those memorable carefree childhood days. There’s no way you’d expect these flavors from spring rolls. Who knew they could taste this sweet? This inventive take on the sushi restaurant's favorite fills classic rice wraps with fresh fruit for a simple, slightly sweet (and super fun) snack.

The sixth item on our menu is a ‘Spicy fruit Salad’. If you thought fruit salad was boring, you have to try this recipe (you're also wrong - sorry). To give your favorite fruity mixture an extra kick of flavor and heat, sprinkle lime juice and chili powder on top. Can't handle the heat? You don't need to go out - just use cinnamon instead

The seventh delicious item we have is ‘Fruit Sushi’. The Japanese will also be impressed here with us on our discovery and will definitely give us a pat on the back. This is a super fun snack recipe. Put some sliced kiwi, oranges, and raspberries on top of sushi rice for a fancy treat.

Of course, feel free to improvise — sliced strawberries, mango, or apple would also make a tantalizing topper.

The eighth item that we have on our list is ‘Grilled fruit pizza’. Oh, boy… is pizza, not just bae? Well, we’re willing to wager that you haven’t had one with fruit and honey as a topping before. (If you’re one of those who falls on the angrier side of the pineapple-on-pizza debate, this one might not be for you. Or maybe it’ll convert you.)

Just grill up some pizza dough, naan, or tortilla and sprinkle your favorite fruits on top. We are just trying to provide some company to pineapple, that’s it we swear!

Last but not least by any means is the dish known as ‘ Mango, avocado, and fresh cilantro salsa’. You’ve heard that it takes two to tango — well, it can take two fruits to salsa. And, yes, avocado is a fruit. This two-fruit salsa (yes, avocado is a fruit) is a way to give sweet flavors a savory twist when it’s served alongside classic tortilla chips. Avocados are brimming with healthy monounsaturated fat and tons of vitamins, including vitamins E and B6.

Here are the nine things for you to possibly go nuts over. Except for the pizza, I think every item most of us will find acceptable.



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