Whenever I talk about baking a grapefruit, most people look at me like I’m crazy, but trust me, this is SO EASY and absolutely DELICIOUS. Whether your looking for a light dessert as we head into spring or something new for breakfast, you’re going to want to try this!
What you’ll need:
- Large Grapefruit
- 2 Tablespoons Brown Sugar
- Your choice of toppings: Whipped Cream, Vanilla Ice-Cream, Granola and Greek Yogurt are some of my favorites!
What to do:
- Preheat the oven to 375
- Cut the grapefruit in half against the grain
- Use a knife to section the grapefruit
- Sprinkle 1 Tablespoon of brown sugar on each half of the grapefruit. (You can use less or more depending on taste)
- Bake for about 15-20 minutes, until the grapefruit is warm and juicy
- Top with your desired topping. For dessert, I love a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of vanilla ice-cream. For breakfast, a scoop of greek yogurt and a sprinkle of granola is great!
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Can winter just be over already? Yesterday I was wearing shorts, and today it’s snowing. Something is seriously wrong here. If, like me, you’re needing a little pick me up this Monday morning, you should a) day dream about Lupita’s stunning Prada gown from last night, then b) try this Vitamin C & D rich smoothie recipe.
This recipe is adapted from Martha Stewart Living Christmas Vol. 5 2001.
1/2 Cup Frozen Pineapple Juice (should make about 4 ice cubes in an ice cube tray)
1/2 Cup Frozen Pineapple Chunks
1/2 Cup Frozen Orange Juice
1/4 Cup Fresh Pineapple Juice
1/4 Cup Fresh Orange Juice
1/2 Cup Non-Fat Vanilla Greek Yogurt
1 Banana, peeled
1 Tablespoon Honey
1/4 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
1. Fill ice cube trays with pineapple juice and orange juice ahead of time and freeze overnight.
2. Blend frozen pineapple juice cubes, frozen pineapple chunks, frozen orange juice cubes, fresh pineapple juice, and fresh orange juice in blender until smooth. Transfer to container and set aside.
3. Blend yogurt, banana, honey, and cinnamon until smooth.
4. Layer pineapple-orange slushy and yogurt mixture in glass, alternating until all ingredients have been utilized. Garnish with an orange slice and cinnamon.
Editor’s Note: I like to make a full ice cube tray of both the pineapple juice and the orange juice all at once, so that when I’m ready to make a smoothie in the morning, the frozen ingredients are already prepared for the whole week. The yogurt mixture is also delicious on its own for breakfast or a snack.