8 Fresh Fruit Salads

Take advantage of seasonal fruit with these tasty recipes

Fruit salads are so much more than the tasteless balled up bits of cantaloupe and honeydew melon so often passed off as a 'fresh fruit salad' in restaurants. In fact, fruit salads can also be composed of more than just fruit. Adding seasonal berries and fruits to greens is a refreshing way to spruce up a salad giving it a sweet, tart, and acidic touch. Plus, most fruits are a great source of nutrients and antioxidants — giving you a boost of flavor and a healthy touch. 

Check out our recipes below and let us know your favorite summer go-tos!

 

Sangria Fruit Salad

Who doesn't love eating all that delicious wine-soaked fruit at the bottom of a glass of Sangria? This fruit salad...

— Maryse Chevriere

 

Blackberry and Spinach Salad

Luscious, sweet, and slightly tart blackberries are a fantastic addition to this creamy summer salad. 

— Yasmin Fahr

 

Raspberry-Mint Fruit Salad

When the weather gets too hot to cook, a refreshing and light fruit salad is just the thing to serve with leftover grilled chicken...

— Allison Beck

 

Peach, Almond, and Blue Cheese Salad

 

I could eat peaches in just about any incarnation...

— Nicole Campoy-Leffler

 

Strawberry Salad with Basil and Balsamic

The beauty of this salad is the mingling of flavors that comes from the fresh fruit and herbs... 

— Molly Aronica

 

Spicy Mango and Grilled Mayan Shrimp Salad

Firmness is the key to this salad — you want the mangoes and avocado to have character...

 — Arthur Bovino

 

Grapefruit, Fennel, and Feta Salad

A colorful salad with the addition of mint to make it summer perfection on a plate! 

 — Valaer Murray

 

 

Pear, Spinach & Blue Cheese Salad

I love how the sweetness of the pear contrasts with the tartness of the vinaigrette and the savory blue cheese in this simple salad.

 — Alexis Anderson

 

 

 

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