The most common form this fruit is consumed is as dried lucuma powder. That's too bad, because the skin or peel of the fruit - which is customarily not eaten - contains over 10x the amount of antioxidants as the lucuma flesh or pulp.
Glaucia M. Pastore, College of Food Engineering, State University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil Processing and Antioxidant Retention in Tropical Fruits and Vegetables. Presentation. PDF 2009