A little salsa for the summer

Real talk: I hate talking about my eating habits. Mostly because all of my eating habits are usually extremely unhealthy. I have the typical three-day stints on a diet before giving up. I love to indulge. If I am being honest, there of moments where I thought my eating was out of control.

For the past two weeks, I have been on a health kick. Sometimes you just get so fed up you have to make a change. My change started with a three day juice cleanse – four juices a day and only a handful of raw vegitables at night – which I was successful on. I finished, which is something I never thought I would say. Not only did I finish, but I have been feeling absolutely great. But four or five days in, I was craving something sweet.

Enter my latest recipe. There’s plenty of options with this one – choose whatever fruits you’re craving, use thicker pitas instead of the Flatouts – it’s entirely customizable and no matter how you make it, your guests will be floored. In parenthesis, I’ve added the ingredients you could use if you are looking to make a large batch.

071114_Fruit Salsa 1Fruit Salsa

1 green apple (4 apples)
1 peach (4 peaches)
25 strawberries (60 strawberries)
8 chunks of pinapple (1 full pinapple)
1 package of Flat Out flatbreads

There are no real directions to this one. Peel and slice each of the fruits into small pieces. Place in a bowl. Best served after sitting for at least 8 hours. Stir before serving.

With the flatbreads, put your oven on broil. Slice the flatbreads (as many as you see fit. I used four) into triangles. Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar (I used Equal) on each triangle, then put in the oven and cook until toasted. Serve.


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