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PEACHES


At the market l Look for fruit without any bruises, cuts, or soft spots.


l Give it a sniff: Ripe fruit has a fragrant scent that makes you want to take a bite.


At home l Ripen peaches by storing


in a paper bag for 2-3 days at room temperature.


l Store most stone fruits at room temperature out of direct sunlight.


l Keep cherries in the refrigerator.


At the table l All stone fruits offer good-for- you fiber and antioxidants.


l Stone fruits are low in calories. l Peaches are a great source of vitamins A and C.


GRILLED WHITE PEACHES WITH


WHIPPED CREAM AND RASPBERRIES Grilling peaches elevates the sweetness in this easy dessert that’s perfect for entertaining.


PREP TIME 5 MIN. – COOK TIME 3 MIN. READY IN 8 MIN. – SERVINGS 4


4 white peaches 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp honey


1 cup whipped cream or whipped topping 1 (6 oz) pkg raspberries


STEP 1 Preheat grill to medium-high. Halve and pit the peaches.


STEP 2 Brush the oil on cut sides of peaches. Add peaches to grill cut-sides down. Cook 2–3 min., until grill marks appear. STEP 3 Transfer peaches to a platter, cut-sides up. Drizzle with the honey and dollop with the whipped cream. Top with the raspberries.


Tip Add a heavy sprinkle of cayenne powder to the honey for a spicy twist.


Per serving: 178 calories, 7g fat, 3g saturated fat, 11mg cholesterol, 2mg sodium, 29g carbohydrate, 5g fiber, 24g sugar, 2g protein


Organic raw honey


SIMPLE SWAP: Skip the whipped cream and use nonfat Greek yogurt.


Nature’s Promise Raw Organic Honey is not only USDA and True Source Certified, it’s also affordable.


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