Best Fruit Salad Recipes, Month by Month

Kim Conte

fruit saladThere's nothing worse than a brown, sad-looking fruit salad sitting lonely and uneaten at a summer barbecue. The best way to ensure your salad is as fresh and tasty as can be? Only use fruit that's in season. Here's a list of some simple combinations for stellar salads that you can refer to all spring-summer long:


Sliced strawberries and cubed pineapple; maybe a mango or two if you can find good ones.


Pitted cherries, sliced apricots, and cubed pineapple.


Blueberries, sliced strawberries, and pitted cherries. Optional: Drizzle with balsamic vinegar right before serving.


Blueberries, raspberries, cubed watermelon, and fresh mint.


Sliced peaches and plums, raspberries, a squeeze of lime juice, and drizzle of honey.


Seedless grapes, sliced apples and pears brushed with lemon juice, pomegranate seeds.

What's your favorite way to make fruit salad?

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