Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Broiled Pink Grapefruit

Friday, April 29, 2016

Broiled Pink Grapefruit

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We've done a lot of remodel projects to our home the past few years which have kept us pretty busy. In addition to the few that I've shown here, last summer Jason also decided to tackle ripping out our old deck and building a larger one in its place. It took up a lot of our summer, which really irritated me at the time, but now that the warm weather is finally here again, I love walking out onto that deck with plans of relaxing with a good book and a light snack. A good book, a cup of tea and some refreshing snacks are all this girl needs to be happy. This Broiled Pink Grapefruit is one of my favorite snacks to eat outside on a warm spring day, and thankfully now that the deck is complete I can stop being irritated and start enjoying the fruits of Jason's labor. 


Pink Grapefruit is a light and refreshing breakfast or snack, and I like that it's a cinch to prepare. The addition of Golden Blossom Honey drizzled over the wedges adds a really pleasant touch of sweetness

Ingredients
2 large grapefruit
2 Tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY


 
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What's your favorite light snack for a warm spring day?

  

21 comments:

  1. Hi T, nice recipe and I think one of my son is absolutely going to love it.
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  2. I've never had grapefruit, I usually just stick with oranges

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  3. What's a broiler, deary?
    I used to squeeze me a grapefruit or two every day before for years but had to stop when I started taking my heart pills :( I think I love pomelo most, the big green grapefruit?

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    1. The broiler is usually located at the top of your oven. The part that gets really hot. You set your rack to the highest position, then the outer part of the food gets cooked super quickly, usually in about 5 minutes.

      I don't think I've ever had a pomelo before. I'm not sure if our stores carry them. We did get a new farmers market recently, so I'll have to check to see if I can find those there.

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    2. I lurv them because they're sweet and taste more like sweet lemon than bitter grapefruit :) But they're either awfully expensive or extremely big (some of them can be as big as a melon).

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  4. Sure getting your house all brand spankin new. Cashews are my go to.

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  5. Isaak loves grapefruit. I often times split one with him. This looks good!

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  6. Who knew?! What a creative and new to me recipe. I love grapefruits and have to give this one a go!

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  7. I had no idea about broiling pink grapefuit, I know all about eating it up though! Great idea!

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  8. Oh I would love to try this out. It sounds especially good with a the touch of honey.

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  9. I have to say, I'd never thought of broiling grapefruit before, but this sounds amazing! I am definitely intrigued.

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  10. Hey that's simple enough. I think everyone who reads this is going to want to try it, including me!

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  11. Hey that's simple enough. I think everyone who reads this is going to want to try it, including me!

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  12. I have to say that I would never have thought of broiling a grapefruit on my own. This actually sounds delicious! Very clever.

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  13. I never thought to broil fruit! Wow and to add that honey will give it an extra flair!

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  14. I have never broiled a grapefruit! I bet the flavor would be fantastic.

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  15. I am not a huge fan of grapefruit. I do love honey though, so I may try out this recipe.

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  16. What??? Broiled grapefruit sounds yummmmmmm. I am headed over for the recipe! Have a great week Theresa.

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  17. So don't judge me, I just discovered eating grapefruit after all these years and I love it. I'm going to try it your way.

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  18. I Have never had anything like this before. It sounds really good :)

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  19. Grapefruit is awesome indeed. Great idea to have honey on it..

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