Fruit Recipes You Should Try This Summer
Image Credit: Mangoes are king of the season/ Pic-

With summer in full swing, the only good thing about it is the fruits it bears! Fruit salads are becoming more popular as the weather warms and the days lengthen. They can be found at backyard barbecues, beach picnics, and pretty much everywhere else. But, aside from fruit salads, there are numerous other recipes that will make your summer days even more enjoyable. These sweet side dishes are frequently unremarkable. You can get your fresh batches of summertime sweetness from IG International: Sweet and Fresh Humesha!

Here are six amazing and simple recipes that will make you the house's star chef.

Breakfast Pie with Yoghourt and Kiwi: 

Pie with Yougurt and Kiwi



The best thing about summer! Juicy, sweet and absolutely divine, this king of fruits is much loved and most looked forward to. The sweet taste of mangoes underlined with a subtle tang has created many fans across the globe. Bung them in salads, smoothies or curries. Pickle them, make chutneys, or turn them into delectable desserts. 

Litchi Sorbet: 

Litchi is high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The fruit is typically eaten fresh, but it can also be used in ice cream or processed into juice and jelly. Every summer, children and adults alike look forward to one fruit other than mango: litchi. It's a delicious drink that's typically served chilled. It's made with boiled litchi and sugar syrup, which is then cooled and blended with lime juice. The frozen delight is a refreshing summer drink that keeps you hydrated for longer periods of time. Dry fruits can be added. If you want to amp up the flavour, add a dash of vodka to the sherbet.

Blueberries In Salads: 

Salads may not be the first place to think of adding blueberries, but we'd like to convince you otherwise. Blueberries add a subtle sweetness to any salad while also increasing its nutritional value. This summer fruit salad with jalapeno, mint, and lime is a (lightly) spicy twist on a classic. It's not only simple, but it's also healthy, as an excellent source of vitamin C. Your tropical summer fruit salad with jalapeno mint and lime will be a hit at any gathering. In a mixing bowl, combine olive oil, lime juice, scallions, mint leaves, lime zest, and kosher salt. Stir in the blueberries, pineapple, mango, kiwi, and jalapeno. Garnish with shaved coconut.

Chilled Mango Cheesecake

The classic Marie gold biscuit foundation. NO-BAKE! Creamy, insanely mango mousse-like cheesecake filling Mango jelly on top, whipped cream (optional) and more mangoes!!! It can't get any better than this! Finish an idyllic afternoon with friends with this stunning, impressive dessert. During the summer, seasonal summer fruits appear, which serve the dual purpose of hydrating and cooling the body

Easy Avocado Hazelnut Chocolate Mousse: 

That's right, avocado can be used in desserts! And, yes, it tastes fantastic. It's also extremely simple to make. Indulge in this nutritious treat that combines the subtle flavour of avocado with the creaminess and richness of dark chocolate. Fill a small saucepan halfway with water, just enough to cover the bottom. Bring the water to a boil. Place a small stovetop-safe bowl inside the pot and reduce the heat to keep the water boiling. Whisk in the chocolate chunks, erasing any clumps and making sure it doesn't burn. In a food processor, combine ripe avocados, unsweetened cocoa powder, honey, Hazelnut Kahlua, pink Himalayan salt, and almond milk, followed by melted chocolate. Blend until silky smooth. Pour into two or four separate bowls, cover, and chill for at least 3 hours or overnight. Garnish with mint leaves, chopped hazelnuts, and/or berries.

So, make the most of the summer season by indulging in the magic of these fruits with these heavenly and healthy recipes.