Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

Good as a side dish or dessert, this salad made from fresh fruit is narurally low in fat, saturated fat, and sodium and is cholesterol free. The recipe comes from heart health.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare the fruit.
  2. Combine all the ingredients for sauce and mix.
  3. Just before serving, pour honey orange sauce over the fruit, serve.
Most Helpful

Love fresh fruit salad and this was delicious. I tasted the dressing before I put it on the salad and thought the ginger was going to be too strong, however, once it's on the fruit it tastes wonderful.

LainieBug October 04, 2012

This was great! Such a beautifully colored dish, it was as much a pleasure to look at as it was to eat it. I enjoyed how the sauce hits your tastebuds in flavor waves; you can actually taste each individual ingredient in the sauce. I used fresh ginger, and freshly ground nutmeg. I did take pictures; will be posting soon. I will change only 1 thing in the future, and that will be to put only 1 Tbs lemon juice instead of 2.

Kay D. April 25, 2006

Delicious! I usually prefer plain cut up mixed fruit to fruit salads because so often the dressing hides the fresh flavor; however, this was absolutely wonderful! The dressing is light enough to add just a touch of flavor without being sickly sweet or heavy. I'm sure you could use any fruit you prefer, but the combination listed is just perfect and made for a beautiful summer dish. Someone needs to take a picture, this one is gorgeous! I cut up all fruit except bananas and strawberries, tossing the nectarines with just a tablespoon of dressing so they wouldn't discolor. Added strawberries and bananas with dressing at serving so they wouldn't get mushy. Yum! Thanks for a great recipe!

LonghornMama July 17, 2005