This easy and delicious winter fruit salad recipe is the perfect side dish for breakfast, brunch, or an easy snack. Made with an array of fruits that are in season in the winter and tossed in a delicious orange and honey dressing.
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Brrr, it’s cold outside. And the only thing I can truly appreciate about this weather are the cute clothes, hot chocolate, and this healthy winter salad. Ha.
All jokes aside, this salad is so easy you’ll want to make it weekly. It’s perfect for a small gathering or simply for meal prep. Just make the salad ahead of time and enjoy.
How to Make a Winter Fruit Salad
Gather some of your favorite fruit that is in season in Winter and peel and chop them (except the apples, keep the skin on). Buying fruit that is in season will be cheaper and the quality will be much better.
I opted for apples, kiwi, clementines, and pomegranate seeds. I also added some copped mint for an added burst of flavor.
Place the cut fruit in a large bowl.
Prepare the dressing by combining orange juice and honey in a small bowl and whisking until combined. Pour the dressing over the fruit and toss until combined.
Fun fact, the citric acid, in the orange juice, will allow your apples to avoid turning brown for a couple of days.
And there you have it, an easy, really easy, winter fruit salad.
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Watch this video tutorial and see how I make this Winter Fruit Salad from start to finish.
Winter Fruit Salad
- 2 large apples chopped, honey crisp preferred
- 2 kiwi fruit peeled and chopped
- 2 clementines peeled and separated
- 1 cup pomegranate seeds
- 2 Tbsp mint leaves finely chopped
- ¼ cup orange juice
- 1 Tbsp honey
- Place fruit and mint leaves in a large bowl.
- In a separate small bowl, add orange juice and honey and whisk until combined. Pour over fruit and toss until combined.
- This salad can be made up to 3 days ahead. Any longer than that and your fruit may get too soft and your apples will start to brown. You’ll want to store this in an airtight container if making ahead.
- The flavors in this salad will get stronger overtime, especially the mint.