• 2 medium green apples
  • 1 punnet strawberries
  • 1 medium bunch grapes
  • 1/2 small paw paw
  • 1 large peach
  • 2 medium bananas
I really enjoyed making these fruits in a jar. They will be perfect to carry along to work as your light, healthy lunch or snack. You can even pack this when you’re going on a long journey or a picnic or for the older kids (high school going) to take as part of their lunch. Having it in a jar has many advantages than having it in, say, a lunchbox. First, the food looks visually appealing, being airtight, you’re guaranteed to have your fruits as fresh as can be. Also, it’s neat and compact,  so you can easily put this in your handbag and not worry about having spillages.

Resources/Equipment You Will Need

Quick Instructions

  1. Get together all the fruits you want to use.
  2. Get your mason jars ready.
  3. Wash your fruits then slice them in whichever way you wish.
  4. Begin to layer your fruits in the mason jars. Here I started with apples, followed by strawberries and the paw-paws.
  5. Continue with the layering of the fruits until you reach to the top and you leave about 1 cm from the top of the bottle. Squeeze some orange juice into the bottle for flavour as well as to prevent the apples from discoloring (if you’re using apples). That’s it, Bon Appetite!


Pictorial Detailed Instructions

Step-1

Get together all the fruits you want to use. This is partially up to you as well as which fruits are in season. You don’t have to follow my list, it’s just a guideline.

 

Step-2

Get your mason jars ready. (check online store should you need some)

 

Step-3

Wash your fruits then slice them in whichever way (shape) you wish.

 

Step-4

Begin to layer your fruits in the mason jars. Here I started with apples, followed by strawberries and the paw-paws.

 

Step-5

Continue with the layering of the fruits until you reach to the top and you leave about 1 cm from the top of the bottle. Squeeze some orange juice into the bottle for flavour as well as to prevent the apples from discoloring (if you’re using apples). That’s it, Bon Appetite!

 

Healthy Eating!

Healthy Eating!

You definitely need to try this. As I said earlier, the fruit stays nice and fresh and it’s easy to carry. You can also prepare this for your partner to take to work… they will love it! Let me know how it goes when you’ve tried it. Get on my mailing list if you are not on it already by signing up here.



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