Cup-a-fruit

This quick dessert could double up as a breakfast or a nice afternoon snack. We made it in the office, out of a few ingredients that we had to hand.

It is delicious and fresh tasting, and really simple. You can mix it up by changing the fruit used, and make it a little but more naughty by adding some chocolate or toffee pieces or some crushed nuts.

Why not make your own cup-a-fruit, and share it with us here?

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Cup-a-fruit


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  • Author: Rachel Wilcock
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x

Description

A fresh and easy, versatile recipe!


Ingredients

Scale

A few chunks of fresh honeydew melon

A handful of raspberries

4 dessertspoons of fat free natural yogurt


Instructions

In a cup (or nice dessert bowl if you have one!) place a few chunks of honeydew melon
Add 3 dessertspoons of fat free natural yogurt
Add a layer of raspberries
Then another layer of yogurt

Notes

We also added half a snack pack of pecans fruit and toffee pieces to each cup, for an extra little treat. Which was an extra 50 calories per cup!

  • Prep Time: 5

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 85

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