Fruit salad is a common quick and easy summer treat. Good as an appetizer or even the main dish, enjoy recipes such as Fruit Salad with Cranberry Dressing, Tropical Fruit Salad, Five-Cup Fruit Salad, or Figs and Fruit Salad.
Any fresh fruit works in this quick-and-easy salad. The vivid impact of all-red fruit is an eye-catcher, but try a version with sliced peaches, honeydew melon, and blueberries, too.
This fun and fruity salad makes a great summer side dish. Add grilled chicken to make it a main meal.
To avoid cutting into three different melons, look for melons already cut in balls or cubes in a supermarket produce section. Or use 2 cups of a single melon variety.
Granny Smith apples add a sweet crispness to this light and healthy salad with zesty lemon flavors. Grapes and Belgian endive bring special taste to this fresh side dish recipe.
Use only four ingredients to get this summer-fresh strawberry and spinach salad on the table in 15 minutes.
The spicy jalapeno-sour cream dressing adds kick to this fruit and jicama salad.
For a healthy breakfast, stream honey-yogurt sauce over a medley of colorful fruits.
This vibrant fruit salad recipe is a nutrient powerhouse with a refreshing taste. The cranberry dressing adds a tasty tang.
Lemon yogurt and a banana make the dressing for this kid-pleasing fruit salad.
The Dutch in New Amsterdam often set out three oranges on the night of Saint Nicholas's expected arrival. The fruit symbolizes the sacks of gold the saint gave as dowries to three poor sisters. Oranges are as good as gold in this side salad recipe of figs, toasted pecans, and salad greens. Serve it with meat dishes.
Kids will like this easy fruit salad. It has peanut butter in the dressing.
Wake up a sleepy breakfast with a warm fruit bowl of red grapefruit and oranges sprinkled with rum and brown sugar.
Served as is, this is a refreshing fruit salad. Topped with a little yogurt and honey, it's a lovely dessert.
A sweet wine sauce tossed with fresh melons makes for a light dessert.
Let the kids use vegetables, fruits, and nuts to make faces on salads, then watch as they gobble them up.
For a pretty, single-serving presentation, layer the fruit and pudding mixture in parfait glasses rather than in one big bowl.