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Mama Z’s Spicy Fruit Salsa

Spicy Fruit Salsa
Spicy fruit salsa is filled with hot peppers that hold a plethora of health benefits. Not only are spicy peppers known for their supply of fiber, they are filled vitamins (A, C, K) and minerals (molybdenum and manganese). They also contain a significant amount of lycopene (a powerful ovarian cancer killer), lutein and zeaxanthin which are known for their effects on eye disorders, cataracts and macular degeneration. By far, the most impressive aspect to hot peppers are capsaicin, the antioxidant responsible for heat index.

To learn more about the health benefits check out this report on how HOT Peppers are Healthy Peppers!

Spicy Fruit Salsa Recipe

Mama Z's Spicy Fruit Salsa
This tasty sweet, HOT salsa recipe is jam-packed with health benefits and will kick the seat off your pants!
  • • 5-6 peaches
  • • 1lb cantaloupe
  • • 12 oz. mango
  • • 12 oz. strawberries
  • • 1 cup pineapple
  • • 2 limes (juiced) fresh
  • • 0.5 oz. fresh cilantro
  • • 2 tsp. honey granules or 2 tsp stevia
  • • ½ tsp. finely ground pink Himalayan salt
  • • 3 jalapenos *
  • • 3 banana peppers *
  • • 1 Habanero pepper *
  1. Mix ingredient in blender and enjoy!
*Change desired hotness based on preference and always seed and core them.

Have you ever had spicy fruit salsa? What's your favorite way to make it?

I've shared more of our favorite appetizer recipes so you can try them!


This post currently has 2 comments.

  1. Jean
    June 13, 2017

    Can you can or freeze the salsa? It looks like it makes a huge amount. Thanks and God bless!

    • Dr. Z
      June 13, 2017

      Yes, freezes great! It’s super yummy!


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