Custard Apple

 

Custard Apples are packed full of fatigue fighting vitamins and minerals. Rich in vitamin C and a source of vitamin B6, folate (vitamin B9), niacin (vitamin B3) and magnesium, they’ll nourish your body and boost your mood.

What nutrients in custard apples boost mood?
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B6
  • Folate (vitamin B9)
  • Magnesium
  • Niacin (vitamin B3)
  • Fibre
  • Polyphenols (antioxidants)
  • Natural fruit sugars
  • Low GI carbohydrates

 

*When eaten as part of a healthy varied diet.

How To Store And Prepare

Store
  • Fridge

Top Tip:Once cut open, custard apples need to be stored in the fridge.

 

Prep
  • Raw
  • Top
  • Blend

Top Tip: Eat the tasty flesh, but the skin and seeds of custard apples are inedible. 

When Are They In Season? 

Custard Apples are in season from March to November.

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How Much Should You Eat?

The recommended amount of fruit you should eat is 2 serves per day.

(Source: Australian Dietary Guidelines, 2013)

One third of a custard apple (150g) counts as 1 serve of fruit.

Did you know?

Custard apples are named because their flesh is soft and mellow like custard.

Nutrition Information Panel

The nutrition facts for a ⅓ of a custard apple (150g) are:

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How Much Should You Eat?

The recommended amount of fruit you should eat is 2 serves per day.

(Source: Australian Dietary Guidelines, 2013)

One third of a custard apple (150g) counts as 1 serve of fruit.

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