When grilled your favorite fresh fruit picks up new and unique flavor!
8 ounces part-skim Ricotta cheese1 package frozen Strawberries, sweetened (16 ounces) 2 tablespoon plain fat-free Yogurt1/4 teaspoon dried, ground Ginger8 Strawberries, halved4 Peaches, halved or quartered8 chunks Pineapple4 Plums, Nectarines, or Papayas, halved1/4 cup balsamic Vinegar2 teaspoons granulated Sugar
DIRECTIONS1. In a blender, puree cheese, strawberries, yogurt and ginger together until smooth. Refrigerate for 2 hours before grilling fruit.2. When ready to grill fruit, thread pieces of prepared fruit onto 8 skewers. Mix together vinegar and sugar. Grill fruit until lightly browned, turning frequently and brushing with vinegar mixture during grilling.3. Serve grilled fruit with sauce on side.
This is very yummy and easy to make, and kids love helping out. Great for BBQ Days!
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