1 package of skimmed yogurt (160 g)

2 thick slices of pineapple (260 g)

4 tablespoons of orange juice (60 ml)

1 tablespoon of honey (20 ml)

Zest of 1 lemon peel

Oil for greasing

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Betting on fruit combinations with yogurt is a good tip for those looking for lighter, healthier and at the same time refreshing desserts. The recipe for grilled pineapple with yogurt cream, in particular, is rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber and can be consumed either for breakfast or afternoon snack or as dessert. This combination of hot (grilled pineapple) with ice cream (yogurt), even, generates a very interesting flavor. Want to learn how to make this sweetie to consume on a daily basis? Just keep reading!

Preparation mode

Place the yogurt in a sieve lined with paper towels and place over a container to drain;

Cut the pineapple slices into triangles and, in a non-stick frying pan greased with coconut oil, brown the pieces on both sides;

Drizzle slowly with orange juice and cook for 2 minutes;

Serve the pineapple with the yogurt, molasses and lemon zest.

Skimmed yogurt is fat-free and a source of protein, calcium, phosphorus, B vitamins

Very suitable for people who want to lose weight or eat healthier, low-fat yogurt is a highly nutritious option for snacks and desserts. In addition to not containing fats in its composition, it is rich in important nutrients, such as proteins and B vitamins (essential for the health of the nervous and immune systems).

Because it is a derivative of milk, this food is also a source of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus, both of which are essential for bone health.

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Pineapple is a citrus fruit rich in vitamins A, C, fiber and bromelain

Belonging to the group of citrus fruits, pineapple stands out for being very refreshing and, when consumed in the long term, helps to maintain immunity always strengthened. Its great differential is to supply vitamins A and C (which have antioxidant action), dietary fibers and bromelain – a type of enzyme that helps a lot in digestion, because it acts in the breakdown of proteins and other nutrients.

Orange juice has a high content of vitamin C, antioxidants and minerals

When it comes to staying hydrated during the summer, betting on natural juices is always a good alternative. Orange, in particular, has a high content of vitamin C (which strengthens immunity), flavonoid compounds and mineral salts such as copper, magnesium and potassium. This type of juice is also used in the preparation of sauces and marinades.

Honey has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory action and is good for the skin

Very suitable for the preparation of teas and homemade syrups, honey is considered a highly therapeutic ingredient. Because it contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory substances, for example, it helps to treat sore throats and other cold and flu symptoms. In addition, it prevents premature aging (aiding skin health), improves sleep and immunity.


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