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Feast on Fruit

From breakfast muffins to dinner-worthy dishes and dessert, sweet notes pair well with grains, nuts and vegetables when fruit finds its way into flavorful recipes!



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Key Lime Mousse

Key Lime Mousse

This raw, vegan mousse is like a deconstructed Key lime pie. It’s made with fresh lime juice, avocados and banana and placed atop a raw crust of coconut, walnuts and dates.
Ginger-Prune Muffins

Ginger-Prune Muffins

These tasty breakfast muffins are flavorful and filled with fiber from whole-wheat flour, oats, prunes, raisins and carrots. Baked with Greek yogurt and applesauce in place of oil or butter, they are lower in fat than many muffins.
Sosaties (South African Kebab)

Sosaties (South African Kebab)

This popular South African kebab is commonly served at braais, or barbecues. Meat seasoned in a spicy apricot-curry marinade is skewered with apricots and onions before being cooked on a hot grill. Although traditionally made with lamb, sosaties are equally delicious with other protein sources, such as chicken, beef and tofu.
Whole-Grain Linguini with Cranberries and Gorgonzola

Whole-Grain Linguini with Cranberries and Gorgonzola

The sweet notes of dried cranberries mesh perfectly with the saltiness of Gorgonzola cheese and the crunchiness of pistachios in this whole-grain pasta dish.
Wild Rice with Roasted Grapes, Maple Hazelnuts and Sage

Wild Rice with Roasted Grapes, Maple Hazelnuts and Sage

The nuttiness of whole-grain wild rice blended with fragrant fresh sage adds depth, while roasted grapes combined with balsamic vinegar bring an unexpected twist. Maple-glazed hazelnuts and savory shallot elevate this subtly sweet and aromatic side dish.
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