"This is a recipe that my aunt made for me not long ago, and you can pretty much make it your own by adding your favorite fruits or taking out what you don't like. Also changing the yogurt flavor will change the taste as well." — Leslie
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1 (16 ounce) package
fresh strawberries, hulled and halved
peach, pitted and cut into bite-size pieces
plums, pitted and cut into bite-size pieces
kiwi fruit, peeled and cut into bite-size pieces
dark sweet cherries, pitted and halved
honeydew melon balls or cubes
cantaloupe balls or cubes
cubed fresh pineapple
2 (16 ounce) containers
low-fat vanilla yogurt
Great recipe, not only because it's delicious and nutricious but because it combines two of my favorite things - fruit and yogurt. I could live on the stuff! This is a great base to combine your favorite fruits or whatever fruits happen to be in season along with your favorite yogurt. I used red grapes and added in some banana. This made a ton of fruit salad - but since it's so hot and this is so refreshing that won't be a problem. I used fat-free vanilla yogurt and this made a great "go to" snack that was low in fat and calories. It was great spinkled with a little wheat germ on top!
I cut this recipe in half. I didn't have any pineapple so I omitted it. I also used halved green grapes. We loved this salad. Very simple and refreshing on such a hot day. It was SO wonderful--I think fresh fruit and vanilla yogurt has to be one of the best food combinations ever thought up. NO leftovers.
Mmmm Yummy. Really what's not to love here? Fresh fruit and yogurt. Fantastic. I got the best produce (lucky me) on sale (luckier me)! So I had to make this recipe. We couldn't stop eating it. Breakfast, snack, dessert all rolled into one recipe. Thanks!
Easy and tasty recipe! I made this as a side dish for a brunch casserole. I used a mix of kiwi, strawberry, bananas, blueberries and clementines.
Instead of vanilla yogurt I tried strawberry yogurt. I liked it that way much, much better and so did my family. Recipie is a keeper!
Great recipe. I added in banana and coconut.
Very good for any occasion!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fruit Salad with Vanilla Yogurt
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 13
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