Honey-Lime Fruit Salad


I have made some small changes to the layout of my site.  The new top box shows the images with titles for the 3 most recent post.  Then below that are summarized versions of those 3 most recent posts plus the 7 prior post.  I am hoping this will help you see what you want to more easily. Just click on what you want to see the full post.  I really hope this is a welcomed change.

Today’s recipe consists of the flavors of sweet honey along with tangy lime.  You can mix up the fruits used based upon what is available, but I have included fruits that I like below in the recipe.  However, I wasn’t able to get watermelon for a good price when I did this, but  it would be a great addition. You can even get some fruit already cut and mixed together from the produce section if you want to make things even more simple.


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Honey-Lime Fruit Salad
 
Ingredients
  • ½ cup coleslaw dressing (I used Kraft)
  • 3 Tbsp Honey
  • 1 tsp lime zest
  • 1½ tsp fresh lime juice
  • 2 cups cut cantaloupe
  • 2 cups cut honey dew melon
  • 2 cups cut fresh pineapple
  • 1 cups red grapes
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries quartered
Instructions
  1. In a small bowl, whisk the coleslaw dressing, honey, lime zest, and lime juice together.
  2. Place the cut fruit in a large bowl.
  3. Just before serving, toss the fruit with the dressing.

Recipe adapted from Betty Crocker.

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2 comments on “Honey-Lime Fruit Salad

  • The salad looks great! Will try it for Easter, I think…but have to agree about the layout. I preferred the “old” one!

  • I’ve made this sald and we love it! I’m such a huge fan of your blog and of your recipes but I will confess that this blog set up is not my personal favorite. I personally prefer having the full stories up and not clicking on “read more” BUT, that is just my humble opinion. Don’t worry, though, the change won’t chase me away :-) I love your recipes way too much!! You are AWESOME!!!

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