Feijoa dessert sauce recipes

Sweet NZ April Roundup

Sweet NZ April Roundup

All the beautiful stone fruit collected over summer, the new season apples and feijoas and the zingy fresh taste from berries, it's hard not to bake without having fruit, or in one case beetroot, as inspiration
Easy Unsweetened Apple Purée

Easy Unsweetened Apple Purée

We came home with some huge funny shaped feijoas (never mind the funny shape, they were delicious), mandarins, some massive kumara (very knobbly shaped and difficult to peel but beautiful to eat), pumpkins & squash and some little golden kiwifruit that were quite hard (the stall holder said they’d ripen up just fine (they didn’t))
Tarte tatin - with an Auckland twist

Tarte tatin - with an Auckland twist

She had a bucketful of feijoas from her tree, so before I put the pastry on, I cut some in half, scooped them out and put them cut side down around the apples to fill up the dish

Autumn produce ripe for the picking

Leeks, pears, feijoas, brussels sprouts and several varieties of apples are just some of the autumn produce that is now at its best
NZ Gardener Magazine: Apples

NZ Gardener Magazine: Apples

Especially apples, but also pears and rhubarb, Feijoa and pomegranates. Crumbles are a regular Sunday night dessert tea for us as The Anster is the master of crumbles

Freezy Feijoa Sorbet

Serve with your favourite dessert style sauce, runny honey and garnish with mint or a few slices of feijoa

Tips and Timesavers

 It works really well with feijoas. One for baking, one for salads, one for desserts etc. Drain the chicken stock vege water into the sauce then mash the cooked brussel sprouts with a potato masher and combine with the sauce mix

Newsletter – May 2013

For dessert why not stew up some apples, pears or feijoas (no added sugar) and serve a small amount with unsweetened lite Greek yoghurt