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            Fruit salad with yogurt

            Rating: 3.7
            • 74
            Recipe by: Brigitte 1
            Created: May 14, 2018 5:37 AM

            Prep time

            5 m

            Total time

            5 m



            Original recipe yields:

            4 servings (1 cup per serving)


            2 oranges, peeled, seeded, and sliced into pieces
            1 mediumbanana
            1 tspraisins, seedless
            0.333 cuplow fat or non-fat vanilla yogurt
            0.5 tspground cinnamon
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            1. Combine oranges, banana, and raisins in a small bowl.
            2. Divine all combined fruits equally into four dessert cups.
            3. Put one tablespoon of yogurt over the top.
            4. Sprinkle the ground cinnamon.


            Easy » 3 Steps or Less, Easy » Beginner Cook, Presentation » Served Cold, Technique » No-Cook

            Nutrition Facts

            Amount per serving ( total)

            % Daily Value*
            Calories59 kcal
            Total Fat0.1 g
            Saturated Fat0 g
            Trans Fat0 g
            Cholesterol1 mg
            Sodium10 mg
            Total Carbs14.4 g
            Dietary Fiber1.8 g
            Total Sugars8.5 g
            Protein1.3 g
            Vitamin A, RAE18 μg
            Vitamin B10.06 mg
            Vitamin B20.07 mg
            Vitamin B30.29 mg
            Vitamin B50.3 mg
            Vitamin B60.11 mg
            Vitamin B920.4 μg
            Vitamin B120.11 μg
            Choline9.2 mg
            Vitamin C27 mg
            Vitamin D7 IU
            Vitamin E0.12 mg
            Vitamin K0.2 μg
            Calcium48 mg
            Iron0 mg
            Potassium191 mg
            Phosphorus30 mg
            Magnesium14 mg
            Zinc0.2 mg
            Selenium1.4 μg
            Copper0.04 mg
            Manganese0.12 mg

            * The Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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