Honey Lime Fruit Salad

honey lime fruit salad
When I start unpacking my groceries from the grocery store or latest haul from the farmer’s market I’m usually bombarded my my three boys rooting through my bags in search of their favorite treat-strawberries! The three of them can easily eat a pound of strawberries a day if left to their own devices so you can imagine that this time of year, when strawberries get plentiful, is a welcome break for my budget!

honey lime fruit salad dressing
Lately I’ve been making a lot of fruit salads to encourage them try new types of fruit and stretch the strawberry inventory! While playing with different combinations of fruit I’ve also been having fun experimenting with dressings.  If you’ve never tried dressing for your fruit salad you’re in for a treat!  This one is my current favorite and it’s so easy but really adds and special something to compliment the fruit.  It’s perfect for any combination of fruit (or at least all I’ve tried so far!)
Honey Lime Fruit Salad
  • 1 pint strawberries
  • 1 pint blueberries
  • 1 pint blackberries
  • 1½ lbs seedless grapes (any color)
  • ⅓ cup honey
  • 3 tablespoons lime juice (about 2 limes worth)
  1. Chop strawberries into quarters and combine in large bowl with other fruit.
  2. In a separate small bowl whisk together honey and lime juice until well blended.
  3. Pour dressing over fruit and toss to coat.
  4. Serve immediately or chill up to 3 hours. (Toss to recoat just before serving if chilling first)

honey lime fruit salad recipe
This is the perfect dish for a summer potluck or even a fast afternoon snack! What combination of fruit would you try this dressing on?

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    • Melissa Riker says

      Thanks Kristen, I loved it! If it sits for a while it gets a little soft and is great mixed with yogurt too!

  1. MICHELLE F. says

    i have used the honey and lime mixed with plain greek yogurt plus i will zest the lime for a little extra flavor for our fruit salads.

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