Thursday, 21 July 2011

Melon, Mango, Mint And Moneysaving

Just because we are trying to lose weight does not mean food has to be dull. I made two “boats”  with slices from the ends of a cantaloupe melon, removed the seeds, and filled the centre depression with a few sliced strawberries and halved red grapes. I spooned half a pot of Aldi mango yogurt on top of each, and garnished with some [home-grown] mint. It looked and tasted splendid – and cost less than 30p a portion.



  1. Mmmm that looks like a bowlful of summer!

  2. And the frosted bowls are very nice too! I took the boys to Sainsbury's this morning because they have decent socks in Matt's size- oh my goodness, will we be going back to Asda next week!

  3. Homegrown!!! Following some of your previous posts, that's great to hear! We eat a lot of nectarines and melons (local produce) with youghurt at the mo. I must remember to add mint...

  4. LOOKS like it's full of calories . . . . . Liz

  5. That looks delicious, and cooling.
    Jane x


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