Wednesday, July 2, 2014



  • Watermelon
  • Cantaloupe (rockmelon) or other sweet-ish melon
  • Kiwifruit
  • Pineapple
  • Marshmallow (optional)
  • Garnish items such as mint leaf, crushed nuts, sesame seeds or cinnamon
  1.  Pick the fruit combination. Use fruit that can endure being cut into cubes and won’t brown .
    • If adding marshmallow, this will add a soft textured sweetness to the finished cube. It won’t be as healthy !
  2. Cut the fruit into cubes. The cubes work well at around 2.5 cm / 1 inch each. This step is a bit fiddly but cutting well shaped cubes is what makes the whole cube work well.
    • Use a sharp knife for clean cutting.
  3. Assemble the cube. Do this on the actual serving dish.
    • Make one row consisting of three alternating cubes. Alternate so that no adjacent cubes are the same fruit.
    • The base consist of four sides of three cubes each side.
    • Make two more layers the same. The cube is complete.
  4. Serve. Place a mint leaf on top for a garnish. Sprinkle with crushed nuts, sesame seeds or a spice like cinnamon .
    • It is possible to serve this as a single cube for everyone to share from, or you can make it as a single serve cube for each diner. This will depend on how large you make the final fruit cube and how much fruit you’ve got to make the small cubes from.

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