Winter Fruits! Which type of fruits in the winter do you like the most? In this lesson, you will discover a list of fruits that you can find in the winter with ESL picture and example sentences.
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List of Common Winter Fruits
- Star fruit
Common Winter Fruits with Examples
Learn the names of winter fruits in English with example sentences.
- Apples: “I like to make warm apple pie on a cold winter day.”
- Pears: “She sliced up a juicy pear for a healthy winter snack.”
- Oranges: “He peeled an orange to add a pop of citrus to his winter smoothie.”
- Grapefruits: “She enjoyed a tart grapefruit for breakfast to start her winter morning off right.”
- Clementines: “The kids snacked on sweet clementines while playing in the snow.”
- Mandarins: “I love the easy-to-peel mandarins for a quick winter snack on the go.”
- Tangerines: “He grabbed a handful of tangerines to add to the fruit basket for a winter party.”
- Lemons: “She used fresh lemon juice to brighten up her winter roasted veggies.”
- Limes: “He squeezed some lime juice over his winter chili for a tangy kick.”
- Kiwis: “She sliced up some kiwi to add color and flavor to her winter fruit salad.”
- Pomegranates: “The juicy red seeds of the pomegranate were a sweet treat during the winter months.”
- Persimmons: “She baked some sweet persimmon bread to enjoy with her winter tea.”
- Quinces: “He made a fragrant quince jelly to enjoy with cheese on a winter evening.”
- Grapes: “She snacked on frozen grapes for a refreshing treat during the winter.”
- Cranberries: “The tart taste of cranberries paired perfectly with her winter turkey dinner.”
List of All Winter Fruits
- Passion fruits
- Dragon fruits
- Star fruits
- Blood oranges
- Ugli fruits
- Cherries (in some regions)
- Plums (in some regions)
- Nectarines (in some regions)
Note: The availability of these fruits may vary by region and climate, so not all of these may be considered as winter fruits in certain locations.
Winter Fruits | Fun Facts
Here are some interesting facts about winter fruits:
- Citrus fruits, such as oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines, are in season during the winter months. They are a good source of vitamin C, folate, and potassium.
- Pomegranates are winter fruit that are rich in antioxidants, which can help protect against cell damage. They are also a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber.
- Kiwi fruits are winter fruit that are a good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber. They are also high in antioxidants and can help support immune function.
- Apples are winter fruit that are a good source of vitamin C, dietary fiber, and antioxidants. They come in a variety of colors and flavors, and are often used in baking during the winter months.
- Persimmons are winter fruit that are high in antioxidants and dietary fiber. They come in two varieties, astringent and non-astringent, and are often used in baking and cooking.
- Cranberries are winter fruit that are high in antioxidants and are often used in holiday recipes. They are also a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber.
- Pears are winter fruit that are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, and copper. They come in a variety of colors and flavors and are often used in baking and cooking.
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