Honey Ginger Broiled Grapefruit


Happy Monday, lovelies! This weekend’s weather did not hold strong in CT…it was rainy, muggy and gross both Saturday & Sunday! Luckily it didn’t really matter, and I was able to get a bunch of things done around the house and try out some new projects for the blog! Before it started raining on Saturday I ran out to do some errands pretty early and came back to make these delicious nuggets for breakfast. My boyfriend has stated many times that he does not like grapefruit, and he was pleasantly surprised by these!

The best part is they are super easy to make!


Honey Ginger Broiled Grapefruit adapted from She Wears Many Hats

1-2 grapefruit
Ginger (fresh, ground or both!)

Cut grapefruit(s) in half, and if you have a grapefruit knife, use it to seperate the individual sections. If you do not have a grapefruit knife, a serrated knife is fine. *If you eat grapefruits a lot, I would highly recommend getting a grapefruit knife, they are life savers!* Next, drizzle or spread honey atop the halved grapefruits, following up with a generous sprinkle of ground or chopped ginger. Pop into the oven and broil until the honey has melted (about 6 minutes). I sprinkled a little more ground ginger on top because I love ginger, but that is optional! Serve immediately, or chill and eat later- up to you! 🙂


As I was getting all of my ingredients ready, I realized I only had jarred raw honey, not the squeezy-bear kind. It worked well and tasted great, but as you can see above, it is not the prettiest looking assembly, and it’s a little difficult to spread onto such a juicy surface.


This was my 1st broiled grapefruit experience and I am hooked! I’ve been seeing slight variations all over pinterest, and this is going to be my next try!


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