FRUIT SALAD

By   March 9, 2014

Fruit Salad (2 of 2)-2

I make fresh fruit salads pretty often, and my kids love them. Usually, in my house, in order for my little people to consume fruits and veggies, I need to come up with something interesting, and presentable, something different rather then just filling up our fruit basket with bananas and kiwis 🙂 In that case no one will even touch the fruit in a basket.

This is a dessert salad that is also perfect for a quick healthy snack or even a breakfast, just top it with some granola and Greek yogurt.  It takes only few minutes to make, and just fills “the spot” when you’re craving something sweet. This Fruit Salad is very versatile. You can pretty much use whatever fruits you like, dress it with the dressing of your choice, and you’re going to love it.

FRUIT SALAD

  • Time: 5 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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Fruit Salad (2 of 2)-2

Ingredients:

  • strawberries, quartered
  • bananas, sliced
  • blueberries
  • kiwi, cut in half, then sliced
  • Greek yogurt, syrup or ginger-ale for dressing

Toss all the fruits in medium bowl. Dress your fruit salad with your choice of dressing (I used pomegranate syrup this time), and there you have it.

2 Comments on “FRUIT SALAD

  1. Laura

    I love fruit salad – in the winter I add frozen fruit and it makes a sort of sauce when it melts that makes it delicious!

    1. VerasCooking.com Post author

      Good idea. 🙂
      Frozen berries are very yummy. I have frozen blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and currants, and its just like a taste of summer on cold winter days.
      So ready for the summer though.

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