Fresh Fruit Salad

  • Posted on: 31 March 2014
  • By: jessica

Welcome back to Monday Munchies, where every Monday I will be sharing a simple, clean eating recipe that you can make using ingredients from your pantry. If you enjoy this recipe, make sure to pin it! I would love to follow your Pinterest boards! Last week for Thirsty Thursdays I did recipes for 5 girly drinks! I ended up with lots of leftover fruit.

So I figured, why not make a fresh fruit salad with my leftovers!

I chopped up a few strawberries and a couple slices of apple and squeezed some fresh lemon juice on top to keep the apples from browning.

Then I chopped up a couple slices of orange and halved some lovely large grapes I found on sale.

At this point my kitchen started smelling like Spring!!!! This recipe is almost as fun to make as it is to eat! 

Next I chopped a few slices of grapefruit and a few fresh mint leaves. Can't you just smell that beautiful green mint!

Then I grabbed my trusty 0 calorie, all natural Stevia.

I added two packets to about 2 tablespoons of pink champagne. (The champagne adds a delightful flavor, BUT you could exchange this for Organic Cranberry Juice or Organic Apple Juice and it would be delicious.)

I then poured this liquid mixture onto the fruit and gently mixed it all together. 

This recipe will have you ready to go out and take a walk, ride a bike, or play with your family in this lovely Spring weather! 




2 sli
Grapes (Large)
2 sli
2 sli
Mint Leaves
Stevia Packets
2 T
Pink Champage (Or organic juice of choice)


Chop up apple slices and squeeze the juice of half a lemon on top to keep it from browning. Then chop up the remaining fruit. Mix together 2 packets of stevia and 2 tablespoons of pink champagne ( Organic Cranberry Juice, or Organic Apple juice will also work). Then pour the juice mixture on top of the fruit and mix it all together gently. Enjoy alone or with a meal as a fresh side. Happy Spring!!! (Please take advantage of the recipe tool on this page. Simply enter how many servings you would like to make and it will calculate the correct proportions in the ingredients list for you.)



Seriously, you're a born blogger. This is so awesome!!

Mandy, you are so sweet!!! Thank you for all the encouragement. Can't wait to have you as a guest blogger for some summer pico de gallo! 

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