Honey Glazed Winter Fruit Salad

Honey Glazed Winter Fruit Salad

 

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Honey Glazed Winter Fruit Salad
Serves
Serves
4
4
Level
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Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
4
4
Total
Total
5min
5min
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Print Recipe
Honey Glazed Winter Fruit Salad
Serves
Serves
4
4
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
4
4
Total
Total
5min
5min
Fruit salad might make you think of summer, but they’re also great in the winter. The sweet, nutritious and colorful dishes contrast nicely with the white snow and leafless trees. It may be cold and it may be snowy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a lot of color in your salad!

This simple, elegant fruit salad is sweetened with a natural, raw honey glaze and takes advantage of some of the delectable fruits that are available during the winter season. The dark sweetness of enzyme-rich honey balances the tangy zip of grapefruit and orange. But I think the pomegranate might be the star of this salad. This widely loved, somewhat strange fruit provides that crunchy texture that you need in a salad.

I’m told some people don’t like to eat the seeds, and just chew the fleshy bit off and spit them out. If you’re one of those people, consider all the benefits that you’re spitting away!

This fruit salad looks great, tastes great, and is great for you. It makes for a good after-school snack for kids, or an energy booster for adults. Brighten up your day with this simple, vibrant dish.

Fruit salad might make you think of summer, but they’re also great in the winter. The sweet, nutritious and colorful dishes contrast nicely with the white snow and leafless trees. It may be cold and it may be snowy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a lot of color in your salad!

This simple, elegant fruit salad is sweetened with a natural, raw honey glaze and takes advantage of some of the delectable fruits that are available during the winter season. The dark sweetness of enzyme-rich honey balances the tangy zip of grapefruit and orange. But I think the pomegranate might be the star of this salad. This widely loved, somewhat strange fruit provides that crunchy texture that you need in a salad.

I’m told some people don’t like to eat the seeds, and just chew the fleshy bit off and spit them out. If you’re one of those people, consider all the benefits that you’re spitting away!

This fruit salad looks great, tastes great, and is great for you. It makes for a good after-school snack for kids, or an energy booster for adults. Brighten up your day with this simple, vibrant dish.

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5 min
Total
5 min
  1. Gently stir the ingredients together until the honey is coating all of the fruit. Serve chilled and enjoy!
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Calories: Fat: Carbs: Protein:

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Lauren Rea

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Lauren is a 25-year-old wife, dog mommy, and foodie living in Atlanta. She's in love with New Southern cuisine and always cooks with a dash of soul!

 

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