Have you ever heard of Kapok fruit? Do you know some amazing facts about Kabosu and kiwi fruit? Prepare yourself for some astonishing and nutritionist facts. I have assembled some quirky knowledge of fruits that start with k that will boost your nutrition level.

These fruits start with the letter ‘K.’ Mainly, these sugary and satisfying fruits will help create innovative yummy desserts. Simultaneously, you will be provided with fantastic nutritionist facts.

Let’s get rolling!

1.    Kabosu Fruit

kabosu on a tree

 It is a round-shaped fruit that has a rough, smooth, and lustrous surface. Its pale-yellow flesh gives a refreshing taste along with the prevention of toxics.

2.    Kaffir Lime Fruit

kaffir lime on wooden background

 A thinly sliced fruit that is bumpy in texture gives the most intense aroma of citrus. It is not eaten fresh, but it is used to enhance the flavor of dishes.

3.    Kahikatea Fruit

Kahikatea Fruit

 It’s a jelly-like textured fruit that gives a sweet and sour taste like berries. This high nutritionist fruit is used to prevent chronic diseases. It also assists in improving the digestive system.

4.    Kakadu Plum Fruit

 A plum-shaped fruit is highly rich in nutrients to boost metabolism. Unfortunately, we cannot eat fresh because of its fibrous and sour properties. Additionally, it is utilized in medicines, James, and sauces.

5.    Kapok Fruit

  Kapok Fruit

 It is a corn-like shaped fruit containing seeds covered in fiber that are edible. This benefits the organ system of humans with nutrition to fight against mild diseases.

6.    Karonda Fruit

Karonda Fruit

 A tiny circular-shaped purplish fruit having the sweetest taste is majorly used in West Bengal. It helps to treat anemia, and it is invigorating while consuming.

7.    Kei Apple Fruit

kei apple fruit on white background

 A bright yellow round to oval-shaped fruit rich in vitamin C that can be eaten fresh. Due to saccharine and luscious property, it can be used as a natural sweetener while making desserts.

8.    Kepel Fruit

 It’s a small-sized brown-colored fruit that has a leathery and slightly rough texture. Its flesh is creamy like a chikoo that has inflammatory properties to treat kidney and liver problems.

9.    Kerala Fruit

kerala fruit

 Kerala is officially known for producing nutritionist fruits in the Bangladesh of India. Their fruits contain herbal properties that are highly rich in minerals, vitamins, and nutrients. Also known As Cerasee Fruit.

10. Kiwi Fruit

kiwi isolated on a white background

 A Chinese gooseberry that is brown oval-shaped, appearing in a rough texture. Its fresh greenish juicy plum is sweet and sour. Consuming this every day will minimize the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases.

11. Korlan Fruit

Korlan Fruit on a white background

 A reddish oval-shaped wild lychee is bittersweet. The flesh surrounded by a seed resultantly gives a refreshing feeling. It helps to repair tissues, regulates blood levels, and reduces stress levels.

12. Kumquat Fruit

kumquat on a wooden background

 A miniature orange-colored fruit that is highly citrus to consume. It is full of fiber and antioxidants that enhance the appetite and are cholesterol-free to consume.

13. Kundang Fruit

Kundang Fruit isolated on white background

 A rare fruit smooth in texture is known as a mini-mango. It contains juicy and sugary pulp that will reduce the starving level. It is packed with nutrients to help in functioning the brain properly

14. Kwai Muk Fruit

 It is a roundish fruit that contains velvety and tender skin. The inner layer is quite moist and juicy to consume. It controls the cholesterol level and regulates a healthy heart.

Did you enjoy learning about all these fruits that start with K? See Other

  1. Fruits That Start With J, be sure to also see some of the rare Fruits That Start With B
  2. Fruits That Start With I and some Fruits that starts With F.

If you enjoyed this post and would love to see more, join me on YoutubeInstagramFacebook & Twitter!

Get discounted copies of my cookbook here.

Also please leave a star rating ;-)

Need some encouragement on your Healthier Steps journey?

Join our Facebook groups, sharing lots of delicious vegan and gluten-free recipes, health tips, etc., from our members. Please join us and invite your friends to Gluten-Free and Vegan For Beginners and Vegan Recipes With Love.