Frozen Pawpaw Puree - 2 lb
Item #: WDP105
Our Price: $36.50



Just think of it…pawpaws in the dead of winter! When the season for fresh pawpaws has passed, frozen pawpaw puree is the next best thing. This 100% pure, unadulterated pawpaw pulp is free of skins and seeds, and is ready to thaw and use. Shave the frozen pulp into smoothies or use it to make delectable homemade ice cream. It’s versatile enough to be cooked or baked into your favorite desserts or entrees.


Please note:

This unique qualities of this unusual product make it extremely fragile. Frozen pawpaw pulp will have a bright yellow color when still frozen. As it thaws, it quickly begins to oxidize and gradually turn darker in color. To minimize oxidation, we recommend that you work with the pulp quickly. Do not let it thaw out and sit in the fridge. For best results, use it while still frozen by grating or blending with the other ingredients.


Ingredients: Pure pawpaw pulp


Product of USA


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