Just mixed with a vegetable milk, a smoothie or a compote, it sweetens lightly and is a rich, tasty and digestible dish.
It is particularly appreciated by athletes for its energetic and restorative qualities before and after exercise.
This Andean fruit, present in legends and on inherited ceramics, is called in Peru, thanks to its nutritional virtues, the gold of the Incas.
Its flesh, slightly floury, its orange-yellow color, its good nutrient content, also make it nicknamed "egg fruit" by our English-speaking friends who are superfood lovers. Most people who taste lucuma experience the sensation of a new, motherly and comforting taste.
Our silk lucuma goes well with everyday meals: 1 to 4 tsp per plate or per cup. Add Lucuma to your daily preparations (drinks, dishes, desserts) sweet or savory, hot or cold. You can, for example, dilute it in a vegetable milk (eg: almond milk), incorporate it into the flours mix of your pastries to make them even sweeter and tastier.
Discover lucuma also in the new drink Gold Lucuma, a vegan Golden Latte with lucuma, turmeric and maca.