Capture the sweet-tart combination of Summer fruits and use them in recipes all year round with our delicious line of fruit purees! The perfect base to ice creams, sorbets, granitas, jams, jellies, and more the gastronomic possibilities of a good fruit puree are virtually endless. Start using them in all manner of baked goods and confections or even in your savory dishes and cocktails to brighten up your flavors and add a bit of color. The perfect addition to so many recipes, browse through our complete selection of gourmet purees today!
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How to Use Fruit Purees in Baking
An excellent fat substitute, use fruit purees in your baking for a delightful pop of flavor or swirl of contrasting color. For moister, and arguably healthier baked goods, try adding a few tablespoons-¼ cup of fruit or vegetable puree into your bakes. If you’re specifically, substituting your purees for fat, a great rule of thumb is to estimate about ½ -¾ cup for every cup of fat, be that oil or butter. If swapping all the fat in your recipes for purees, be sure to check your bakes early, generally about ten minutes before the estimated finish time, and lower your oven’s temperature by roughly 25F.
Fruit Puree Pairing Suggestions
Though the culinary possibilities when it comes to fruit purees in baking are practically limitless, sometimes it helps to have a few suggestions when initially using ingredients in a new way. Here are a few of our favorite ways to use our delicious fruit purees. Apple purees do wonderfully in highly spiced cakes and quick bread. Bananas are a delightful addition to almost everything else, adding moisture and helping ensure a tender crumb while not overpowering other flavors. Avocados do wonderfully in chocolate baked goods specifically, lending a creamy texture and somehow making the chocolate taste richer and more “chocolatey.”