Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Here's a refreshing fruit salad that is great in the Spring and Summer when fresh blueberries and strawberries are plentiful. It is great as a salad side dish, as a dessert, or as a topping on pound cake or ice cream!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut cantaloupe and pineapple into large bite-size pieces; place the pieces, along with the grapes, in a large bowl.
  2. Combine the orange marmalade, lemon juice, and orange juice in a tightly covered small container; shake to mix well.
  3. Pour marmalade mixture over the fruit.
  4. Let set overnight to blend flavors.
  5. Just before serving, mix in EITHER blueberries OR strawberries.


Most Helpful

I have been taking this fruit salad to work with me for the past few days for an afternoon snack. I did scale the recipe down quite a bit for just DH and I. It is quite easily done if you keep all the fruit separate and then in the morning toss in a bowl with a splash of the "dressing" and go. Perfect pick me up with some almonds. Thanks for posting! Oh and yes, today I am using both blueberries AND strawberries, what can I say I am a rebel! Thanks for posting! Made for our VIP chef for the Veg*n Swao June 2010!

~SarahBeth~ June 30, 2010

It's not clear how much the dressing really added to the flavor, but it did impart a little gloss and some sweetness and protect the fruit from the air a bit for serving, and the end result was delicious. Hard to beat a bowl of mixed fresh fruit on a late summer afternoon, and we put it with barbecued burgers and Syd's Recipe#284385.

Lavender Lynn July 18, 2009

Very good! I made for my son's graduation party and it was perfect. Love the orange marmalade. Added nice flavor without making it overly sweet. Will definitely use again.

Chris from Kansas July 10, 2013

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