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Cheese, Carrot and Sultanas Snack Recipe

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by Sheree (subscribe)
Published September 14th 2011
Cheese, Carrot & Sultanas
Try these three flavours together

Who would have thought these three flavours would work so well together, but they do. I don't remember where I tasted these three delicious flavours for the first time but the memory stuck in my head because it tasted so good.

I am not a big carrot fan so I was hesitant to try it at first but as I found out there is more to this dish than just being tasty, it has nutritional benefits for the whole family.

Carrots are a great source of beta-carotene

Cheese contains protein and calcium which is good for the bones and the teeth. Carrots are known to provide beta-carotene which helps to protect our skin from sun damage. Who would have thought an orange looking vegetable would benefit our skin's resistance to the sun.

Of course we all know natural sultanas also known as raisins are dried up grapes and even they contain a high level of antioxidants which can help slow down the ageing process. You can't go wrong with this dish on your families table. For more nutritional information about these ingredients you can check out the following websites:

Cheese, Carrots, Sultanas or Raisins

Sunbeam Natural Sultanas
Natural Sultanas with Sunbeam

Cheese, Carrot & Sultanas

Preparation time 5 minutes (serves 2-3 people)


1 cup of grated carrot
cup of grated tasty cheese
cup of natural sunbeam sultana's
Grated Carrot
Grate 1 cup of Carrot


1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl and serve.
Cheese, Carrot & Sultanas
Mix all ingredients in a bowl
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Why? Delicous & Healthy
When: Lunch, Dinner, Snack time
Where: School, Home, Picnics
Cost: $1.25 per person
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