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.
So so good! You can really mix the lemon honey and cinnamon to your personal liking, no need to follow exact measurements!! ;)<br/>I also made it with strawberries instead of the blueberries and it was just as good. Thanks for the great recipe!!
This was good but only because it was a good cantaloupe. I couldn't taste the honey and cinnamon. Maybe next time I'll add a little extra.
Fantastic! Easy and very, very good.
Very easy, I didn't measure anything and used lemon juice from a jar and it was all gone at the potluck. I enjoyed the last few pieces of cantaloupe, which had really soaked in the cinnamon and honey in the bottom of the bowl :)
Very nice! I made this last night, and added some fresh pineapple I had in the fridge, and also grabbed a handful of mint from my garden. The mint really added a zip, so I'd recommend it as a variation.
Very good. My kids loved it!
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.
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.
Incredibly simple, and very good! I used a bit more cinnamon, about 1/8 tsp. Pretty colors, and a great summer cookout side dish that goes together very quickly. Update 6/17/2009: Made this recipe today and uploaded a photo. It's delicious!