29 Reviews

Wonderful fruit salad dressing, Bergy!! DH, who always says he dosen't like yogurt, loved every mouth full!! Lovely combination of spices and honey, certainly complimented the fruit. I used all fresh fruit, except for the mandarin oranges; red grapes, banana, peach, pear, plums, kiwi, mandarin oranges, the lemon zest and no fat yogurt. Also sprinkled the coconut over, which added a nice little crunch. I was hopping to have some for breaky tomorrow morning, but it's not going to happen, DH keeps going back for more!! Thanks for sharing another great one!!

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Derf September 15, 2002

Truly tasty! I had this for lunch this afternoon. I used a combo of seedless green grapes, peaches and apples. I sprinkled dessicated coconut on top - nice crunch! The combo of the spices is lovely! Plus, it's low cal too - wow! What more can ask for :) Also, I love yogurt and fresh fruits - this is a winner in my books! Thank You, Bergy - Your THE Best! I plan to make this again using a flavoured yogurt, probably, strawberry yogurt:)

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Charishma_Ramchandani November 03, 2002

What a refreshing dressing for my fruit! I used nonfat yogurt and orange rind with mine. Nice blend of spices! Thank you very much.

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jamb September 09, 2002

A scrumtious dressing to put over fruit. I also used no-fat yogurt and thought the flavor was still delicious. Very fresh tasting and a yummy spiced flavor. I used bananas, apples, oranges, pears, grapes, and strawberries in my fruit salad. Thanks.

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gretchengr March 12, 2003

This was okay. It's a good way to make a dressing for fruit in a hurry. Does not fare well after a day or two.

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J-Lynn January 05, 2008

Served this to company on a hot day in large frosted white goblets-it was lovely, refreshing & delicious. I have a very limited repertoire of desserts because in my decadent past I refused to waste calories on anything that wasn't chocolate. This was yummy, and is helping me in my quest to appreciate how good yogurt can be. I used no-fat Total yogurt from Trader Joe's, it tastes a little richer to me, & will make it again.

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Anna Kumquat June 20, 2003

Recipe contains all the elments but I was expecing to have some sweetness and flavor from the honey which did not happen.

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WedgewoodCook July 24, 2009

Delicious. It tastes like Christmas spices but also fresh from the lemon zest. I used Balkan yogurt, creamed honey, allspice in place of nutmeg in a lesser amount because we do not consume intoxicants, powdered ginger, plus the rest of the ingredients. We had this over 3 Fruit Salad which I recommend without the banana in it. I would make this again the same way.

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UmmBinat March 06, 2012

We love fresh fruits in almost any combination, & your dressing recipe is a winner, for sure! The only change I made was to use a generous measure of lemon zest! Couldn't have been better tasting! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC recipe tag]

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Sydney Mike January 04, 2012

What a wonderfully refreshing dressing for fresh fruit! I loved the little extra zing from the spices, and the honey made it just sweet enough. Perfect for the horrid hot weather we're having in Texas right now. Thanks for sharing it, Bergy!

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bunkie68 July 31, 2011
Fresh Fruit Salad Dressing