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As the title says really. We aren’t great fans of Kiwi in this house and I need to clear the fruit bowl today. Any ideas what to do with the huge amount of kiwi’s we have today?

They’re nice cooked in a crumble with cooking apple.
Or you could chuck them in smoothies (they can sometimes cause separation if you have milky / yogurt ingredients)
Or you could make icecream / sorbet with them for later…

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Great, thank you. I am making a crumble today so will add some of them and the rest maybe in a smoothie. I just need a poke in the right direction sometimes.

kiwis are a lovely exotic addition to smoothies. My boys like eating them whole with the top chopped off and a spoon to dig out the flesh

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If your family doesn’t care for them then I’m guessing eating them whole with a spoon (which my DD also loves) is not an option grin—I would in that case put them in smoothies with other fruit to obscure the flavour but still get the vitamin boost.  I recommend bananas or frozen strawberries.  Or mango if you can get tinned Indian mangoes, or tinned lychees—basically, and fruit that is really sweet will cut the acid of the kiwifruit.  Otherwise, what about a simple pavlova using lots of other, sweeter fruit as well?

preets - 21 February 2014 03:08 PM

If your family doesn’t care for them then I’m guessing eating them whole with a spoon (which my DD also loves) is not an option grin—I would in that case put them in smoothies with other fruit to obscure the flavour but still get the vitamin boost.  I recommend bananas or frozen strawberries.  Or mango if you can get tinned Indian mangoes, or tinned lychees—basically, and fruit that is really sweet will cut the acid of the kiwifruit.  Otherwise, what about a simple pavlova using lots of other, sweeter fruit as well?

Oops I didn’t read the properly, didn’t realise they dont like them, smoothies all the way then!

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