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Fruit Salad Recipes

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When I take this cheery mix of berries, pineapple, red onion and feta to book club, it’s a blockbuster. I add a sprinkle of vanilla sugar almonds on top. —Deborah Loop, Clinton Township, Michigan
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Golden Glow Salad

Golden Glow Salad

Golden Glow Salad

"MY SISTER and I loved this salad because we thought it tasted like a dessert. We ate a lot of Jell-O when we were growing up, but this was our favorite gelatin dish. I always make this salad for picnics. I provides a fruit and a vegetable, and bright color as well."

Anise Fruit Salad

Anise Fruit Salad

Anise Fruit Salad

The thing I like best about fruit salad is you can change the ingredients based on what fruits are in season. Here, a subtle anise flavor highlights a bounty of fresh fruit.

Ambrosia Fruit Cups

Ambrosia Fruit Cups

Ambrosia Fruit Cups

Toasted coconut adds fun flavor to Ambrosia Fruit Cups. It's a breeze to toss together in minutes, or can be made ahead and chilled if you're serving a large group. "You can substitute almost any kind of fruit." Edna assures. "Another good combination is kiwi, bananas and strawberries. They taste wonderful together, and they're colorful, too."
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Mandarin Fruit Salad

Mandarin Fruit Salad

Mandarin Fruit Salad

When a friend brought this salad to a picnic, every bit of it was devoured. I never would have thought apple pie filling in a fruit salad would produce such delicious results. -Misty Frazier, Kennewick, Washington

Refreshing Rhubarb Salad

Refreshing Rhubarb Salad

Refreshing Rhubarb Salad

Nearly everyone I know has rhubarb in their garden, so it is indeed plentiful each spring. I've had this recipe in my scrapbook for years and serve it often at potlucks.

Pineapple Mint Salad

Pineapple Mint Salad

Pineapple Mint Salad

This cool refreshing salad goes with a variety of entrees. It has become our tradition during the Easter season. —Dorothy Showalter Broadway, Virginia

Sugared Walnut Fruit Salad

Sugared Walnut Fruit Salad

Sugared Walnut Fruit Salad

In Washington Court House, Ohio, Clara Coulston stirs sweetened walnuts into this colorful salad that includes oranges, grapes and strawberries. "It's easy to remove the skin from the kiwifruit with a vegetable peeler," she suggests."I also use a mango instead of a peach when available."

Cranberry Velvet Freeze

Cranberry Velvet Freeze

Cranberry Velvet Freeze

Everyone in my family loves this dessert. I normally serve it at Thanksgiving and Christmas when we're all together.

Grandma's Fruit Salad

Grandma's Fruit Salad

Grandma's Fruit Salad

"I can't believe how easy this pretty salad is to make," says Carolyn Tomatz of Jackson, Wisconsin. The colorful blend of bananas, pineapple, pears and peaches and grapes is tossed with a creamy pudding sauce. "People of all ages enjoy this dish," Carolyn notes.

Fruited Gelatin Salad

Fruited Gelatin Salad

Fruited Gelatin Salad

I've found this salad to be perfect for potlucks and special occasions. It cuts nicely into squares and can be served on lettuce leaves if you like. —Norma Warner, Hot Springs Village, Arkansas

Wheat Berry Salad

Wheat Berry Salad

Wheat Berry Salad

This hearty salad is bursting with harvest flavors and healthful omega-3s. The chewy wheat berries, sweet-tart dried cherries and crunchy walnuts make a winning combination.—Nancy Lange, Phoenix, Arizona
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