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Bahamian Fruit Desserts

A Guava Dessert For Moms Who Are Impossibly Sweet

guava duff cake

This recognisable super-fruit, the guava, is one of the few indigenous fruits to the Bahamas preceding the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492. Entirely edible from its yellow skin to its signature soft pink or white centre, even the guava’s seeds are utilised in some recipes, often adding texture to the jams and pastries they…

3 Bahamian Fruit Desserts Sure to Satisfy your Sweet Tooth

a close up of a coconut tart

As a tropical destination with 365 days of sunshine each year, The Bahamas is home to a wide array of exotic and juicy fruit varieties. Whether it be: mangos, watermelon, sugar apples, mulberries, passion fruit or papayas, these gems of mother nature are all near to perfect in their “natural” form. However here in the…