No-Fuss Feta Fruit Bites

July 28, 2011 at 3:48 pm 2 comments

Salty and sweet. Quick and easy. Pure and simple — all great combos that describe this bite-size snack or appetizer. This mini salad-on-a-stick is perfect for the summer when melons and berries are in season! Drizzled with a touch of lime (or lemon) juice, these ingredients are far from being complicated and come together for a delicious bite that is both refreshing and colorful! I can hardly call this a recipe but at least this might spark some ideas for others :)

You could use different fruits to your liking – cantelope, pineapple, blueberries, raspberries and mango would all be gorgeous and yummy! I used up the leftover fresh strawberries and juicy honeydew we had on hand but feel free to switch things up for more variety :)

No -Fuss Feta Fruit Bites

Ingredients

Fresh strawberries, sliced in half or quarters (depending on size of strawberries)
Feta cheese, cut into small cubes
Honeydew melon, cut into small cubes
Juice from fresh lime or lemon

For serving, toothpicks or short skewers

Directions

1. Take cubed fruit and feta cheese and assemble in layers, securing with a toothpick or short skewer. Drizzle with lime juice and enjoy!

Recipes Notes: Can be made ahead and chilled prior to serving.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jen  |  July 28, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    We must have similar taste buds, because I can see myself eating everything you post. I don’t think I’ve seen one thing on your blog that I wouldn’t eat. This is a perfect snack for hot weather. I always forget about simple combinations like this!

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  • 2. Digital Printing  |  July 29, 2011 at 1:17 am

    Hey your mini salad was really appreciated by my guests during my housewarming party. my neighbor’s birthday is fast approaching and she wanted me to make this in her celebration…

    Reply

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