Easy ideas to transform cut-up fruit to a brunch-worthy side dish
The pretty yellow-green color palette and zingy touch of ginger make this recipe a standout.
Recipe: Francie's Fruit Salad
Fresh basil syrup adds a special touch to this four-ingredient salad.
Recipe: Strawberry-Orange Salad
A quick warm syrup flavored with both ginger and lime flavors the layers of fresh fruit and yogurt.
Recipe: Gingered Fruit with Honey Yogurt
Any seasonal pear would be excellent here, from a juicy Bartlett to a drier, crisper Bosc.
Recipe: Candied Pecan, Pear, and Spinach Salad
For a fresher take on the traditional Waldorf, we ditched the mayo and dressed the fruit with apple juice and a touch of nut oil and cinnamon.
Recipe: Western Waldorf
Vanilla bean adds an exotic perfume and rich, creamy flavor.
Recipe: Papaya and Avocado Salads with Hawaiian Vanilla Vinaigrette
This savory take on a fruit salad would be excellent alongside baked ham.
Recipe: Peach and Mint Caprese Salad with Curry Vinaigrette
For a fancy take on fruit salad, fold together lightly sweetened Greek yogurt and whipped cream and layer it with berries.
Recipe: Strawberry Yogurt Parfaits
Browning prosciutto strips in a frying pan makes them crispy—a good contrast to the juicy berries.
Recipe: Spinach-Blackberry Salad with Manchego and Prosciutto
Try this one to go with a plate of breakfast sausages or a baked ham.
Recipe: Honeydew Relish Salad
Freshly squeezed orange juice with a little cinnamon dresses this simple salad.
Recipe: Spiced Orange and Date Salad
We like this salad because it’s both savory and sweet.
Recipe: Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing
Smoked almonds make this version of the classic salad different from others.
Recipe: Grapefruit and Avocado Salad