Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Adapted from a recipe I found on the UKTV FOOD website. This is a great lunch box alternative to sandwiches, and one that children could easily make for themselves. Except perhaps mixing the yoghurt with the cinnamon and honey. Or you could enjoy this as light meal or as a side-salad. I'd suggest Granny Smiths or Fuji apples. For some reason, Zaar wouldn't allow me to include this information in the ingredients. I left intact - from the original recipe - the virtuous low fat natural yogurt alternative but if you’re more interested in flavour than in being totally virtuous, especially if you've never tried it, use divinely creamy Greek yoghurt and don't forget the cinnamon and honey! Anyway, if you were totally virtuous, you undoubtedly wouldn’t be eating cheese at all!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Wash, but do not peel the apples, remove the core, quarter and then cut the apples into triangles or cubes, mix at once with the lemon juice.
  2. Add the celery, raisins or craisins, walnuts and cheese and mix together.
  3. Flavour the yogurt with a little cinnamon and honey and mix well, and then mix the salad and yogurt together.
  4. Put the salad in your lunchbox and refrigerate - or serve.


Most Helpful

Very nice, crunchy and tasty fruit salad.

berry271 February 04, 2014

Followed the recipe exactly and there was to much lemon taste, not enough yogurt. It wasn't sweet at all, maybe it would have been better with vanilla or any other flavored yogurt.

Kristin February 24, 2013

This was pretty tasty. I used the basic's of this recipe for a side salad. I used mayo instead of yogurt. I also added a pear cranberry conserve dressing (pear cranberry conserve, olive oil and golden balsamic vinegar). I also subbed pecans for walnuts. Since there is seasoning and sweet in the pear cranberry conserve I omitted the honey and cinnamon.

Ceezie November 04, 2012

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