With just a handful of ingredients, these Low Fodmap Prosciutto Melon Bites are a super simple appetizer – perfect for a party of any size!
Who loves simple appetizers?! I know this girl does. 🙂 These Low Fodmap Prosciutto Melon Bites look and sound kind of fancy-schmancy, but they couldn’t be easier to make. And, I love that you can make as few or as many as you need!
Cantaloupe does contain fodmaps (fructans) in larger quantities; so if you’re currently in the experimentation (aka elimination) phase stick to 1/2 cup servings.
Also, the basil or mint leaves are completely optional. Personally, I like to add them for a pop of color and fresh flavor, but I know the flavor can be too intense for some people. So, I recommend trying them with or without. 🙂
- Cantaloupe*, cubed
- Prosciutto, cut into 1-inch strips
- Basil or mint leaves, optional
- Aged balsamic vinegar*, optional
- Thread cantaloupe, prosciutto (like an accordion) and (optional) basil or mint leaves onto a appetizer skewer or toothpick. Repeat.
- Drizzle with (optional) balsamic vinegar and serve.
Balsamic vinegar: A low fodmap serve is 1 Tbsp.
Does “fodmap” sounds like some foreign navigation system? In need of a quick refresher? Check out: What the Heck is a FODMAP?!