Grapes and Papaya with Lemon Honey Yogurt A few years back, Grape Salad was all the rage and with good reason. It’s sweet, creamy, addictive and delicious. In Oshkosh WI there is a restaurant called Pilora’s Cafe that serves grape salad. My daughter-in-law took my there specifically …
Healthy Yogurt Breakfast Bowl Healthy Yogurt Breakfast Bowl is a delicious way to start your day. I started whipping this together a few years back when I began adding ground flax seed to my diet. A few tablespoons of ground flax seeds is all it …
Cantaloupe with Honey Balsamic Dressing
Cantaloupe with Honey Balsamic Dressing is made with two jumbo cantaloupe that I recently purchased at the Piggly Wiggly. I mean these beauties are huge. This recipe easily makes enough for 8 servings, with the jumbo size cantaloupe. If you can’t find jumbo cantaloupe, used what ever size (medium or large) that you can find. With that in mind though, you might want to cut back on the ingredients by a tablespoon or so. Taste the dressing, and decide for yourself. Add more honey or balsamic vinegar to taste.
Honey Balsamic Dressing
If there is one thing we like here on T2T is honey, (I could literally drink the stuff) and balsamic vinegar. All of the honey we use here on T2T is from our friend down the road, Andy. In fact, all of the maple syrup we use is from Andy as well. His wife Becky is our dog groomer so it’s a one stop shopping:) They no longer sell eggs but that’s an easy find for us up here in the woods. When making honey balsamic dressing, or any recipe that calls for honey or balsamic vinegar, try to use local honey and try to purchase the best balsamic vinegar you can find and afford. You will be able to taste the difference.
Another ingredient in this super easy salad is crystallized ginger. Add a slightly sweet, peppery bite to your fruit salads and baked goods by adding a few tablespoons of diced crystallized ginger. We have been a recipe developer for Paradise Fruit for over two years now and we’re still finding fun and delicious new ways with Paradise Fruit. Dried fruit isn’t just for holiday baking! Dried fruit can be added to anything.