I often find that by the time I’ve prepared dinner, I have little energy left for making dessert. But on those nights when I’m entertaining friends, or just want to make a family dinner a little more special, I’ll pull together this simple but elegant dessert. This dish is quick and easy to make, and it doesn’t have all those added calories from fat and sugar that many desserts can bring. Plus it’s a great way to get in an extra serving of fruit. You can make this dish on a grill plan on the stovetop, or right on the grill. So the next time you’re grilling up those hamburgers, think about adding some healthy balance with a grilled fruit dessert.
Peaches not in season? Take advantage of whatever fruit is at its peak!
Or invite your family to come with their own combinations, to get them involved in the fun of creating their own dessert.
Makes 4 servings.
Nutrition Facts for one serving: Calories: 110, Fat: 3grams, Saturated fat: 0 grams, Carbohydrates: 21 grams, Protein: 3 grams, Sodium 5 milligrams, Fiber 2 grams.
This dessert is also a good source of Vitamin C.
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