Honeyed Cantaloupe With Blueberries

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Side dish to Salsa Pasta Ole

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Squeeze 1 tablespoon lemon juice into a medium bowl.
  2. Add the honey and cinnamon and whisk until blended.
  3. Pick over the blueberries, rinse, and drain well.
  4. Add the blueberries and cantaloupe to the lemon honey and toss gently to coat.


Most Helpful

I was afraid 2 tbs. of honey might make this fruit dish too sweet. It didn't at all--in fact, it turned into a hardly noticeable coating imparting just a hint of sweet cinnamon flavor. I too added a bit more cinnamon, and it didn't overpower the taste. Thanks, figaro, for giving plain old fresh fruit a bit more pizazz.

ladyfingers July 14, 2009

How did you know that the blueberries are fresh and the cantaloupe was on sale?!?! What more could you ask for in this dish - NOTHING! This is heaven and it's even better spooned over a bed of fat free cottage cheese.

Ma Field July 10, 2009

We already had some cut canteloupe in the refrigerator, and had just bought some blueberries. So when I saw this easy recipe, we just had to try it. It was a very delicate change from just the fresh fruit, but just enough to make it more interesting. Like "Kathy," I think it might be even better with a touch more cinnamon. Thank you, figaro8895.

Tisherself July 10, 2009

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