Fruit salad recipes can be used as appetizers, desserts, or snacks, and make use of antioxidant fruits, so you get the benefits of fruit in many different tasty and colorful salads.
No matter when you eat it, these salads are good any time of day, and really easy to prepare.
The only equipment you really need is a knife, cutting board and a bowl!
Sometimes a syrup needs to be made to dress it, but the naturally occurring juices are often used, too.
All of the recipes you find here use fresh fruit only.
A few canned items may appear here and there, but for the most part, we've kept it as pure as possible.
This ambrosia recipe is a nice one to try.
Easy to make and tasty, it's a nice dish for an at home dessert, for an office party, or for entertaining friends over the holidays or at a summer bbq.
pineapple chunks (you can get already cut in containers)
1/2 cup pecans - optional
1 cup mini marshmallows - optional
1/2 cup sweet shredded coconut
Peel and section oranges, slice into chunks. Slice bananas into chunks.
Mix pineapple, oranges, coconut and bananas in large bowl. Toss with pecans and/or marshmallows if using.
Cover and refrigerate.
About 6 - 8 servings.
A refreshing salad, one of the yummy fruit salad creations.
In a microwaveable bowl, combine brown sugar and orange juice. Microwave on high 1 minute.
Stir until sugar is completely dissolved. Add vanilla.
In a large bowl, combine blueberries, pineapple, mango and kiwi. Stir in sugar-orange juice mixture until blended.
This can be served just as it is, or you can use it to top slices of pound cake or angel food cake.
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