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The Instacart guide to kiwi berries

Kiwi berries are one of the newest additions to the supermarket shelves. If you love the sweet-tart taste of kiwi fruit but hate peeling its fuzzy skin, you will love kiwi berries. Instacart can help you get ripe, sweet kiwi berries delivered straight to your home. Use the Instacart app to add kiwi berries to your cart, and our dedicated shoppers will pick and deliver your items, often on the same day!

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FAQs about kiwi berries

Kiwi berries are sweetest when they are soft. The skin is thin and grape-like, so there is no need to peel kiwi berries before eating. Rinse your kiwi berries with water, and they are ready to eat.

Because of their similar flavors, kiwi berries can be used in any recipe that calls for regular kiwi fruit. Here are a few examples:
  • Add kiwi berries to smoothies.
  • Use halved or whole kiwi berries in a fruit salad.
  • Add kiwi berries to green salads.
  • Top cakes, pancakes, or waffles with sliced kiwi berries.
  • Create a fruit salsa by mixing kiwi berries, avocado, red onion, cilantro, lime juice, and honey. Serve over chicken or fish.
  • Muddle kiwi berries to add kiwi flavor to summer cocktails, or use whole berries to garnish a cocktail.
  • Combine kiwi berries with salt, vinegar, allspice berries, and whole cloves to create a quick pickle.
  • Make kiwi berry or kiwi berry-strawberry jam. 
  • Use whole, sliced, or chopped kiwi berries in pies or crumbles.
  • Add whole or halved kiwi berries to your next charcuterie board.
  • Use kiwi berries alone or combined with other berries to create a refreshing sorbet.

Frozen kiwi berries are a delicious snack that you can enjoy all year long. You can freeze berries whole or sliced. Wash and dry your kiwi berries thoroughly. Place kiwi berries on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze overnight. Transfer the frozen berries to a storage bag or airtight container and place them in the freezer. Use your frozen kiwi berries within one year.

Signs of spoilage include an unpleasant odor or moldy spots. If your kiwi berries are mushy, they may still be good to eat, as long as they are mold-free.