Breakfast Fruit Salad

Breakfast Fruit Salad

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"You need just two ingredients to stir up the citrusy dressing that's drizzled over this fruit medley. Teri Albrecht of Mt. Airy, Maryland says the refreshing salad is a lovely addition to a special brunch or buffet."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a serving bowl, combine the fruit. Combine the yogurt and orange juice concentrate; drizzle over fruit.

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Great for breakfast - I used low fat vanilla yogurt and added some fresh strawberries.

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Too tart for me...I may use vanilla yogurt next time. We ended up blending the leftovers and it make a delish smoothie!

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Great for breakfast - I used low fat vanilla yogurt and added some fresh strawberries.

Too tart for me...I may use vanilla yogurt next time. We ended up blending the leftovers and it make a delish smoothie!

Very good! Tasty blend of fruits--it was a hit at our ladies church breakfast!

Mix vanilla yogurt rather than lemon with fruit of your choice and the flavor is better. I like to use strawberries and grapes.

sprinkled mine with flaked coconut -- was terrific!

I had lots of fresh fruit that I needed to use, so I also added 1 cubed orange, papaya, strawberries and fresh squeezed grapefruit instead of OJ concentrate. I omitted the yogurt because I neede...

Simple & delicious. And you can substitute any fruit you want.

Nice addition to our Chistmas brunch. Will remember for a summer salad to use seasonal fruits with this dressing.

it's very good! good fruit combination. :-)

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