As you know, most produce tends to only be available in certain seasons. Therefore, with each change in seasons, you may have to adjust your diet to align with the fruits that are currently in season. Now that spring is here, consider incorporating these healthy spring fruits into your diet.
Peaches and Apricots
Two delicious spring fruits you should incorporate into your diet are peaches and apricots. The main difference between peaches and apricots is that the latter is sweeter, smaller, and with smoother, fuzz-free skin. You can add sliced peaches and apricots to your fruit salads, or you can add it to your daily bowl of cereal for an extra touch of sweetness.
Avocados are another spring fruit you should consider incorporating into your diet. The most obvious way to add avocados to your diet is by making guacamole as a dip for your chips. However, you can easily add slices of avocado to your sandwiches to add a delicious, savory taste. If you’re in the mood for a taco or burrito, avocado chunks would make a good addition.
The final spring fruit you should add to your diet is pineapples. While you can easily eat pineapple slices or chunks as a snack, you can also make this fruit a part of a more wholesome meal. For example, you can make Asian caramelized pineapples and serve it as a side with meat and pasta for dinner. If you’re in the mood for desert, you can use pineapple slices as a topping for your ice cream or cake.
You will have no problem incorporating spring fruits into your diet. Peaches, apricots, avocados, and pineapples are far from the only spring fruits you should try out. Continue experimenting with different spring fruits to add a healthy yet delicious element to your diet.