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These berries are often used in candies, jams, alcoholic drinks, and various other baked goods. They can also be eaten raw, but the flavour is quite tart, so most prepare some sort of sweetened recipe.

Cape Gooseberry

Cape Gooseberry is a berry which looks like a marble with a small round shape. The fruit consists of numerous small yellow seeds. The fruit looks orange or yellowish in colour and becomes bright yellow and sweet when ripe. The fruit is covered by wrinkled leaves, which form a Chinese lantern.


The rich, deep, purple-black tones of the blackberry are delicious in pies, crumbles, ice cream, jams and summer desserts and are a natural pair for the first of the cooking apples that come into season.


Cheesecake is a sweet dish consisting primarily of a mixture of soft, fresh cheese, eggs, and sugar; often on a crust or base made from crushed Digestive biscuits, pastry or sponge cake. It may be baked or unbaked. Cheesecake is usually sweetened with sugar and may be flavoured or topped with fruit, whipped cream, nuts, fruit sauce and or chocolate. Cheesecake can be prepared in many flavours, such as strawberry, pumpkin, key lime, or toffee.


Cherimoyas are egg-shaped, globe-shaped or heart-shaped with an unusual velvety, thin skin that is light green in colour. The white pulp offers a mild flavour likened to a blend of banana, vanilla, mango, papaya, pineapple and coconut. The refreshing texture is soft, smooth and melting almost custard-like, hence the name custard apple.

Berry Tiramisu

A fresh variation of the classic coffee-infused Italian tiramisu, succulent berries combine with citrus-soaked sponge cake and creamy filling in this elegant dessert.


The sweet taste and lack of many seeds make the Youngberry perfect for fresh eating. Though best eaten fresh, Youngberries can also be frozen to be enjoyed at a later time.


The saskatoon has long been a treasured wild fruit and a prairie tradition, having been a plentiful staple fruit for the prairies for years. It is often compared to the blueberry in terms of the berry‘s size, texture and flavour with an almondy flavour.


Lycopene from the neo-Latin lycopersicum, the tomato species, is a bright red carotene and carotenoid pigment and phytochemical found in tomatoes and other red fruits and vegetables, such as red carrots, watermelons, gac, and papayas

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