Recipe by Dole Food Company
"This scrumptious fruit salad is made in only two steps! Simply top Dole Tropical Fruit Salad with vanilla yogurt, and enjoy!"
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vanilla lowfat yogurt
1 (15.25 ounce) can
DOLE® Tropical Fruit Salad, drained
i was asked to bring a fruit salad for thanksgiving & not liking fruit salas, was at a loss. used key lime yogurt & it went real fast! passed this along & it's been a hit- at christmas, was the 1st salad to be gone. drain the yogurt & fruit real well, tho
We take the pop top cans camping with us. My husband and I split a can and an 8 oz container of fat free vanilla yogurt in two bowls then top off with granola.
My friend brought this to a dinner at our home. I looked at it and thought, "How did she have the itme to do chop this fruit?" Reluctantly she spilled the beans and said the fruit was canned! The yogurt really dresses up the fruit, and I've used this recipe since with minor variations such as sprinkling chopped nuts on top. Really handy to take to a pot-luck when you're pressed for time.
I've been doing this for a very long time, so I thought I'd rate it. Works well even with plain yogurt. I often toss in some cereal for crunch, especially 'honey bunches of oats with real straberries'.
I doubled the recipe, because I was making it for a party. I don't really care for yogurt which could've been my reason for not liking it very much though. I used 2 cans of fruit and four cups, and I ended up spooning out an entire cup of yogurt. I even added a very large banana and there was still way too much yogurt for my tastes. I added some brown sugar just for the fact I think yogurt is bitter. It was okay, but I won't be making it again though.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yogurt and Tropical Fruit
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 14
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