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Oats, Honey, and Fruit Salad
Honey Oats Fruit Salad
A perfect fruit salad is what you want it to be. I have my own and I love it every minute for few reasons:
- Easy to make
- Low cost ingredients that are available 98% of the time.
- Few ingredients
- Delicious, fresh and healthy
- Beautiful to the eyes
- A nice thing to do for myself
The ingredients I use for this salad are the ones I recommend to meet the goal of making a fruit salad that is easy and low cost without jeopardizing taste, freshness an nutrition. You might want to choose other fruits, and change the amounts. Also, remember that there is a variety of juice berries you can use for this recipe; blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, among others.
Including oats and honey to the fruit salad will make it tastier and promotes the feeling of fulfillment. Consuming oats has been known to assist on weight lost and reduce cholesterol.
For more information about berries, here is a great hub
- All Those Berries
How many berries do you know?! That is, including straw, black, blue, and raspberries. Here's a list of 12 berries.
One full serving, good for any meal
Ingredients: Always wash your fruits
- 1 cup of cantaloupe melon: Remove the seeds and flesh, peel and cut into bite-size pieces. You might want to cutthe whole melon into pieces and place in a bowl refrigerated for later use.
- 1 Banana: Peel and slice into bite-size pieces.
- 2-3 (1/3 cup) medium Strawberries: Slice into bite-size pieces.
- 1/2 Kiwi: Peel and slice.
- 1/3 cup of uncooked whole oats
- 1 tablespoon of honey
- Low fat whipped cream
You may want to combine all the fruits in a bowl and add the oats, honey and whipped cream. On the other hand, I love to make my fruit salad look appetizing and beautiful to the eyes. Use a nice bowl, margarita glass or dessert plate. Place ingredients in layers as listed.
This Honey Oats Fruit Salad is part of a healthy diet routine being developed. Hope you like it as I do.
Vitamins & Nutrients (Others)
90 cal. per 1/2 cup
Vitamin B; protein, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, healthy fats and fiber
60 cal. per tablespoon
Antimicrobial agent and antioxidant
Honeydew or cantaloupe
Approx. 55-60 cal. per cup
Vitamin A, B9, C; potassium
Approx. 110 cal. per medium banana
Vitamin B6 and C; potassium, fiber
Approx. 45 cal. per eight medium strawberries
Vitamin C; manganese, fiber
Approx. 46 cal. per fruit
Vitamin C, K; fiber