In Season Spring Fruits

fresh raspberriesI’m incredibly lucky to live in California, a state that not only produces fantastic produce, but does so year-round. As a result, you might think that I don’t pay too much attention to what is in season and what isn’t simply because so much is available. But I do. Despite the availability of decent strawberries in December, for instance, nothing beats fresh fruits and veggies that are picked at the peak of their natural season and because I want my baked goods to turn out as tasty as possible, I keep track. Fruits feature much more commonly in the breads and other things I make, so I’ve put together a little reference guide for what fruits are in season this spring. Keep an eye out – you don’t want to miss the peak of the season for any of these.

Now: Apricots, Cherries, Citrus (Grapefruits, Kumquats, Lemons, Navel Oranges, Tangelos/Tangerines), Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Strawberries

Some now, more later in the season: Asian Pears, Honeydew Melons, Mango, Nectarines, Plums, Watermelon

Spring Fruit Recipe Ideas:

2 comments

  1. I’m a berry lover that I love all kinds of berries, both fresh and dried. But dried berries here are really pricey coz imported from your country lo, lol. So everytime when my friend in San Francisco pay a visit here for vacation, I will definately ask her to bring me as much dried berries from Costco Warehouse as she can. The good thing was, she’s coming 10 days from now. Bravo !!!

  2. Oh! my god! i was just want to eat!It must be deliciouse!

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