Barbecues are a great way of incorporating a fruit into a pudding. The heat caramelises the sugars of the fruit intensifying the sweet flavours.



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Assorted fruit:
Hard firm fruits such as pineapple, melon, peaches and nectarines withstand the heat of the barbecue best, but most fruits work well.

For the glaze:
1 tbsp Orange juice
2 tbsp Honey
Small handful Mint finely chopped

1. Whisk together the honey, orange juice and mint until thoroughly mixed.

2. Cut the fruit into 1inch (2.5cm) cubes and place on skewers.

3. Lightly brush the fruit with the glaze and grill turning occasionally until the glaze starts to caramelise.

Nutritional content based on 130g of mixed fruit + glaze

Calories 90 Kcal
Total fat 0.2g
  - Saturated fat 0g
  - Polyunsaturated fat <0.1g
  - Monounsaturated fat <0.1g
Carbohydrate 19.9g
Protein 1.1g
Fibre 2g
Salt 0g

Page last reviewed on 22/04/2017

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