Rock-Your-World Salted Caramel Cantaloupe

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Rock-Your-World Salted Caramel Cantaloupe

This recipe is so easy, it’s kind of silly to write an entire blog post on it. But because it’s such an amazing recipe, it deserves to have its own dedicated page. We all love the taste of salted caramel, but when you add that flavor to cantaloupe – it’s simply heaven. I have a feeling that this simple recipe will rock your world…3 Ingredient Salted Caramel Cantaloupe is such a yummy breakfast or snack that I’m sure it will be part of your weekly life.

“When you start eating food without labels, you no longer need to count calories.” – Amanda Kraft

Sometimes the best recipes are the simple ones. This recipe is no exception. It gives you the sweetness you crave, along with the saltiness. Eating healthy no longer becomes a chore with ideas like this.

Because I wrote a blog post about Vitamin C and the fact that it turns fat into energy...yes, you read that right – I decided to get more of it in my life. One of the top sources of Vitamin C is cantaloupes, so naturally I remembered my favorite trick to turn a simple bowl of cantaloupe into tasting like dessert.

I did a little research on our friend the cantaloupe and here is what I found:

One medium-sized cantaloupe has over 300% of your daily Vitamin C

It also is loaded with Vitamin A, which helps you with your vision and skin.

One cup of cantaloupe has as much potassium as a banana.

Here’s how to pick out a ripe cantaloupe:

A ripe cantaloupe should feel heavy for its size and have a sweet smell. When you press your finger where the stem was, it should yield slightly.

Now after all this information, I’m sure you want to go straight to the 3 Ingredient Salted Caramel Cantaloupe recipe:

3 Ingredient Salted Caramel Cantaloupe

  • Servings: 2 - but why would you want to share?
  • Time: 5 mins
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

    • 1 ripe cantaloupe
    • Raw agave
    • Sea Salt

        Directions

        1. Cut up cantaloupe into cubes.
        2. Drizzle with raw agave.
        3. Sprinkle with sea salt.

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Rock-Your-World Salted Caramel Cantaloupe

2 Comments

Embracing the Lovely

My first thought was that this is an odd combination… but I thought the same thing about putting salt on watermelon… until I tried it. And it was delicious!

Sounds good!

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