If you’re planning a holiday dinner for your family, the best way to do that is with a fruit salad.
Whether you’re cooking for two or a family of four, this healthy way to enjoy the holidays is a must-try for your Christmas list.
You’ll want to keep it simple for your next party, so grab a bowl of this simple but delicious recipe, and enjoy.
It’s also good for your mind.
“A fruit salad can be a fun way to kick off the holidays.
We have all the different fruits you can get in a bowl and we’ve all used a lot of them in different dishes.
We’ve even got apple cider and pomegranate seeds for dessert,” said Linda Sommers, a certified personal chef.
“There’s a lot you can use the whole salad for, and a lot that you can incorporate into a dish.”
This easy salad is made with a simple mix of fruits and veg, and it comes together in under an hour.
The fruit mixture is super easy to mix together, so the recipe is easy to follow, too.
Just be sure to mix up the ingredients as best you can.
Start with a mix of apples, apricots, pomegans, apris, raspberries, strawberries and cranberries.
Then, add some nuts, a pinch of cinnamon, and maybe a dash of salt.
Top it off with some fruit or some other vegetable peelings or fruit-based dishes to make it even more fun.
“If you’ve got a big bowl of apples and you’re not sure how you’re going to use them all up, or if you don’t want to use the juice, then you can throw in some chopped nuts and some dried cranberries,” said Sommes.
You could also add a little bit of lemon juice or cider vinegar to give it a little tartness, but you can also do that too.
This is one of the most versatile salad recipes out there.
You can add more veggies, fruit, nuts, or whatever you need to get the whole thing to the table.
It is a healthy option to make if you’re looking to have a healthy Christmas dinner, and one that will also be a great dinner companion.
This recipe will make enough for a few people, but if you have a large party, it can easily double or triple the recipe.
Just add a few extra veggies to the recipe and a couple of more fruit.
Try adding more veg as well to get a healthy mix of the right ingredients to suit your taste.
This fruit salad recipe also works well as a salad bar or side dish for your dinner party.
Serve this simple recipe with a salad of your choice, or make it into a main course.
It makes a great gift for anyone and everyone.
“It’s also great to make for a birthday party or a birthday dinner for people of any age,” said Kelli Schmitz, a Certified Personal Chef.
“You can really use this for parties of people who don’t have kids.
It could be for the grandparents or for people who are really into the whole family, but it could also be something for people to eat for a special occasion.”
This fruit-filled salad recipe is perfect for a holiday gathering, especially if you plan to share it with your friends.
You don’t need to be fancy about it, though, because this simple yet delicious salad is great to have for everyone.
Get the recipe for this fruit salad here.
Ingredients 1 cup of diced apples 1 large ripe plum 1 banana, peeled and diced 1 avocado, peeled, pitted and diced 2 cloves garlic, peeled 2 large lemons 1/4 cup grapefruit juice 1/2 cup pomegar water, divided 1/3 cup honey 1/8 cup chopped pecans, dried (or more to taste) 1/5 cup fresh mint leaves, chopped (optional) 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar, or more to make this cocktail tree fruit salad (or juice) 1 tsp cinnamon (optional), or to taste Directions Add all the ingredients to a blender, and blend until smooth.
Garnish with a small sprinkle of chopped pecan or mint, or add more to your taste if you prefer a different taste.
If you want to make the cocktail tree version of this salad, add more fruit to the blender if you want a more tart, citrusy flavor.
Add a little more apple cider or cider-based juice if you like more acidity.
You may want to add a bit more grapefruit or pomeganos for the cocktail.
To make this fun cocktail, mix the apple cider/vodka mixture with a few drops of lemon or lemon juice, or to your liking.
Serve with a slice of fresh fruit.
Nutrition Serving Size: 1 1/16 cups (1/2 stick)