Fruit Salad

October 3, 2012 at 12:37 am | Posted in My Own Creation, Salad | 3 Comments

We love fruit!  I started making fruit salad for my family and the first time, I added orange juice and it was pretty soupy so my husband called it “fruit soup” and that’s what we call it still.

The best part of fruit salad is that you can tailor it to your family’s taste.  Tonight I just made a small one.

Ingredients:

12 green grapes, sliced in half if they’re large

6 strawberries, sliced

12 blueberries

one 7 oz. package of Del Monte peaches (in the refrigerator section)

one 7 oz. package of Del Monte pineapple (in the refrigerator section)

one red apple

one banana

Toss the grapes, strawberry slices and blueberries into a bowl; add peaches and pineapple.

Pop into the fridge until it’s time to have your meal.  Dice up apple and as you add it to the salad, stir the salad, so that the juices get all over the apple pieces; otherwise, the apple will turn brown.  Slice the banana and stir at the same time you add it to the salad, or you’ll have brown banana.

Serve!  I love to serve fruit soup with sandwiches.

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  1. […]  Tonight for supper, we had submarine sandwiches and fruit salad.  These are pretty easy to make because everyone makes their own.  All the cook needs to do is […]

  2. this fruit salad looks delicious. Following you back from http://www.tajoon.com

  3. This looks delicious. I love fruit sald with everything from sandwiches (like you), to burgers, or even Pizza. It’s a great side dish.
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