Simple Fresh Fruit Salad
This simple fresh fruit salad is one that can be found in my refrigerator all year long.
Everyone at my house loves fruit so a big bowl of this gets made at least twice a week. And when we are traveling, we live off of what ever fruit we can find in the area. There is something so comforting to me about a huge bowl of fresh fruit.
1 pound White, Red or Black Seedless Grapes – sliced lengthwise
1 pound Strawberries – topped and quartered
4 Oranges – peeled and sliced
1 Apple – diced
2 Plums – diced
~ The above fruit are available year around in our area stores. When available, we like to add Blackberries and Raspberries to the mix. We usually don’t add apples or bananas because they get “ugly” according to my children.
Wash all the fruit before slicing
Combine in large bowl with lid
Store in refrigerator for up to three days
1. Sprinkle a little Splenda or Sugar over fruit (my favorite)
2. Add a dollop of Cool Whip
3. Serve over a slice of pound cake or angel food cake
So what healthy snack or dessert do you keep in your fridge like my Simple Fresh Fruit Salad?
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Dorothy Boucher says
This looks amazing , I love having fresh fruit and sometimes I add a little green in mine.
Sandra Watts says
This looks so refreshingly good. Great picnic pass around dish.
Darcy Koch says
It is a good idea to have a bowl of different fruit on hand in your frig. When you’re feeling like a snack it’ll be easy to put some in a bowl and not have to prepare anything. Plus, fruit is good for you.
Dana Vento says
This looks so darn good I want to smash my head into the fruit salad and eat it all myself
Lisa R says
I love to have fresh fruit available in the summer. Its a great way to enjoy the warm weather and cool off with something delicious and sweet
sibabe64 at ptd dot net
Wow, this gives me so many new ideas. I’ll skip the sweetener and Cool Whip though. These fruits alone are usually sweet enough for me. I would just add the apples, and bananas at meal time so they don’t have time to “get ugly”
y v sai madhav says
I would love to this salad in summer
md kennedy says
Simplicity rules! Once a week all summer I make a huge bowl of something like this and include as many different fruits as possible, including “exotics” such as pom seeds, mango….my family calls it “Fruit-ah!”
Michelle Proper says
Love keeping fresh fruit on hand. So pretty and nutritious too! Company is always good for a big bowl of fresh fruit!
Ruth Hill says
Simple is always good as far as I’m concerned. That looks fabulous!
One Southern Girl says
That looks really delicious! Fruit salads are pretty rare in the winter, but we usually have several a week during the spring when there is fruit in the orchard and garden!
We usually keep a container of mixed berries in the fridge to throw on top of yogurt, oatmeal, or in smoothies. I like the idea of adding kiwi and grapes for a more colorful and easy side dish for breakfasts and lunches.
There is nothing like a fresh fruit salad to make you feel refreshed–even in the winter!! I really should make one to snack on instead of cookies!!
That looks so good 🙂
Paula V says
So simple and so good. Love fruit salad! Thanks for sharing this.
We love fresh fruit salad in my house!! This looks tasty!
so yummy I will be making this for my kids over the weekend thank you
RANDY FULGHAM says
GOTTA TRY THIS –THANKS FOR SHARING.!!!
Colleen Boudreau says
looks good.. i might make it this weekend!
Peggy Greco says
This fruit salad looks easy to make and so delicious. thanks for post!