By Cheryl Tallman, www.FreshBaby.com
Strawberries have a wonderful heart shape with the nutritional value that lives up to its shape. That’s right – they’re heart healthy! Starfruit’s cookie cutter “star” shape offers instant fun and a good amount of vitamin C. If you’ve never tasted starfruit its flavor is like a cross between an apple and a strawberry – Yum!
Combine these two fruits for a terrific lunchbox surprise for your Super Star student! A little squeeze of lime juice will keep this fruit salad fresh until it’s ready to eat.
Choosing Starfruit and Strawberries at the market:
- Also called Carambola, choose starfruit with glossy yellow skin with brown spots along the ridges (this indicates sugar development).
- Select strawberries that have a bright red color, a natural shine and fresh-looking green caps.
Cheryl Tallman is the co-founder of Fresh Baby, creators of the award-winning [amazon_link id=”B001EJV54Q” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]So Easy Baby Food Kit[/amazon_link], and author of the [amazon_link id=”B003SX161S” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]So Easy Baby Food Basics: Homemade Baby Food in Less Than 30 Minutes Per Week[/amazon_link] and [amazon_link id=”B003SX155U” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]So Easy Toddler Food: Survival Tips and Simple Recipes for the Toddler Years[/amazon_link]. Visit Cheryl online at www.FreshBaby.com for more delicious tips.
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