"I love summer because all of the really terrific fruits are in season and not too expensive. I created this salad to trick my kids into eating their fruit. This salad can be served as a side dish or a light, refreshing desert." — StayHomeCook
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cubed (1-inch) seedless watermelon
white peach, pitted and cut into small cubes
nectarine, pitted and cut into small cubes
black plum, pitted and cut into small cubes
seedless red grapes, halved
nondairy whipped topping
I am making this salad for the second time in one week. It is SO delicious that I am taking it to a Birthday Breakfast this morning. Try this recipe. You'll be glad you did.
Very yummy. I doubled the whipped topping, only because we REALLY like whipped topping. I also toasted my coconut and sprinkled it over each bowl of salad. We loved this. Quite refreshing.
Thank you for posting this recipe. It was the inspiration I needed to make my fruit salad. It did have a little too much cinnamon for my taste, but that is easily fixed next time - just taste as you go.
i love the addition of the coconut! great!!
Wow! Nothing screams summer like a delicious fruit salad. This is definitely bursting with vibrant colors and flavors! I toasted my cococut and topped with a dollop of fat free greek vanilla vs. non-dairy whipped topping. Very nice presentation and oh so refreshing!
Nice refreshing fruit salad. Thanks for sharing! Reviewed First Faceless Frenzy Western Division Allstars 2012
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Summer Fruit Salad II
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 16
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