Packed with nutrients and pure deliciousness, fresh fruit puts the sunshine into any breakfast or brunch. Whether you've got bowls of berries or a fruit salad, add fruit to every breakfast and brunch.See Popular Fruit Recipes
Turn extra sauce from dinner into one of the layers in this simple breakfast treat.
This pretty parfait gets a boost of citrus flavor from crumbled Panera Bread Orange Scones.
A "berry" sweet way to start or end the day, since this yummy vitamin- and mineral-packed yogurt sundae is both a stupendous breakfast and an extraordinary dessert!
"I have such an emotional connection to spoon fruit," says Michael Psilakis of the marmalade-like confection. Greeks might eat a spoonful of the sweet with an ice-water chaser as a midday pick-me-up or dessert; Psilakis likes spreading it on slabs of brioche toast and topping it with feta and almonds for breakfast or a snack.
The plums in this tangy-sweet compote are rich in vitamin C, and the milk and yogurt are great sources of calcium.
Slice into a warm apple breakfast or brunch treat. All you need is 15 minutes of prep, and it's in the oven.
A fresh fruit cocktail offers so much more in flavor, texture and nutrition than the canned version. It's a great way to start the day toward your recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables. This fruit cocktail can be breakfast in and of itself or part of a larger weekend breakfast buffet.
In place of sugary syrup, top our easy Oatmeal Pancakes with Maple Fruit sliced bananas and blueberries mixed with sugar-free syrup, lemon juice and cinnamon.
Strawberry soup is a fun spin on the dessert course. Ingredients such as vanilla bean and a cinnamon stick add depth and flavor to make this a dish you can serve all year.
Wake up a sleepy breakfast with a warm fruit bowl of red grapefruit and oranges sprinkled with rum and brown sugar.
Fruit butters are made with less sugar than jam, so they have a less candied fruit flavor. Grace Parisi blends all types of stone fruits here, making combinations like nectarine-plum or cherry-peach. The yield here will vary slightly; when the fruit is especially juicy, there is more water to evaporate before the butter thickens, and the yield is smaller.
Eating healthy doesn't mean you have to skip dessert. It just means thinking light instead of heavy -- and what better time to do that than summer, with its wide selection of fresh, ripe fruits? And the perfect accompaniment?