Working freelance I mainly work from home meaning I miss out on the office banter, the five o’clock Friday drinks and the free fruit in the mornings. At one of the last agencies I worked with I loved having an apple or orange to snack on and felt like I was actually being pretty healthy. So the lovely peeps at Fruitdrop kindly offered to send me a lovely giant box of fruit to keep me going at home! Fruitdrop are a UK-based office fruit and milk delivery service and are trying to encourage making fruit in the workplace the norm and have employees leading a healthy lifestyle.
My box of fruit arrived this week and it was packed full with grapes, oranges, pears, kiwis, apples, plums and bananas.
I decided to make a fruit salad as it’s one of my favourites, I used to always have them when I was little so figured it would be the perfect treat. It’s such a simple thing to make, all you need is fruit and some fruit juice, I chose Tropicana Orange & Lime for a zesty taste. Choose your fruit you want to add in, I picked out the bananas, kiwis, apples and grapes and cut them into small pieces.
Pour in your juice and place in the fridge overnight (not necessary but always soaks up the flavour and keep it’s nice and cold), all ready for the next morning.The fruit salad is an easy option to take to work as a snack, just pour it into a Tupperware box and you are good to go!
Here are some other great ideas I came across on Pinterest for fruit snacks, I am loving the fruit pizzas!
Fruitdrop offer two different types of boxes starting from just £20 with about 50 pieces of fruit, you can check out the variations and fruit box pricing on their website and tell your manager to order some in for you!
Now I’m off to finish my fruit salad…
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