Low-Cal Fingerfood

Exotic Fruit Snacks

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Exotic Fruit Snacks
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Difficulty:
easy
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Preparation:
15 min.
Preparation

Healthy, because

Even smarter

The exotic fruit bites score points with important vitamins, including vitamin C: A kiwi alone provides 50 mg of vitamin C, about half the average daily requirement of an adult. The immune system is thus strengthened and the bad cold is kept away. The green fruit can also help with gentle dehydration through the potassium and keep the body's fluid balance in balance.

As a vegan variant of these exotic fruit bites, low-fat curd cheese can be replaced by a vegan alternative, for example soya-based.

Ingredients

for
2
Ingredients
2 Kiwi
2 teaspoons chopped Pine nuts
100 grams Quark
2 teaspoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons sugar
2 Apricot
12 Cape gooseberries
12 leaves mint
Ingredients
Toothpick
How healthy are the main ingredients?
sugarPine nutsKiwiApricotmint

Preparation steps

1.

Peel the kiwis and cut into 6 slices. Mix the quark with the sugar and lemon juice. Dollop on the kiwi slices and sprinkle with pine nuts. Place a toothpick in the center of each kiwi. Rinse the apricots and remove the pit. Cut each into 6 wedges and stick on the toothpick.

2.

Remove the gooseberries from the stem and rinse. Rinse the mint leaves. Skewer first the mint and then the gooseberries on the toothpick. Serve on two plates, garnished with extra mint.