Fruit Chunks

Fruit Chunks: Fruit Bowl Sweet Easy Snack Sugar Alternative - Sweet Science Nutrition & Wellness, Healthy Sobriety with health coach Elena Skroznikova.

When you must have something sweet, try fruit!

Cutting fruit into biteable chunks makes it easy to snack on, and it’s so tasty, you won’t believe the vitamins, fiber, and hydration you’re getting in every piece. The recipe below will yield a bowl big enough to share—or to keep you going for hours between meals.

The Recipe

Serves 1


  • 1 kiwi

  • 1 apple

  • 1 mango

  • 1/2 orange for juicing

  • 2 teaspoon raw honey


Big bowl


  • Cut the fruit up into bite-size chunks

  • Squeeze the juice from the orange into a small bowl and mix in the honey

  • Combine all the fruit into your big bowl and drizzle the honey-OJ mixture on top. Toss to coat, and get your snack on!


If you don’t have plans for the other half of your orange, you can pop out the segments and add them to the mix.

Like many of my favorite recipes, this one is fun and easy to experiment with. Try different fruit medleys and different sweeteners (pineapple juice? a drizzle of maple syrup?) to open up whole new worlds of flavor.

Digestion-wise, fruit is best eaten alone (as a snack by itself) or at end of a meal, ideally preceded by a green sala


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Elena Skroznikova


I’m Elena Skroznikova, founder of the Sweet Science wellness program. I’m a certified nutrition counselor, science-based health coach, and addiction survivor. I help people in recovery heal their bodies and minds so they can learn to love sober life—not just survive it.


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