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How to Make a Beautiful Fruit Salsa

I am so excited to share this beautiful Fruit Salsa with you!  Janelle from Comfy In the Kitchen is here to show us how to make this in a snap!  Janelle writes:

Mmmm….doesn’t this look so refreshing, so juicy, so irresistible?! Something special happens when ordinary fruit is washed, diced, and combined with other delicious fruits {fruit salsa, if you will}. I can’t explain how addicting it is…but I can give testimony that this very triffle is sitting on my lap right now, haha. I keep taking 1 min breaks to scoop in a mouthful as I post this simple, yet very blog worthy treat. A definite “make” for Mother’s Day!

I found this beautiful vase at Marshall’s and thought it would be the perfect container for the fruit salsa! I love to be able to see the “parfait” appearance of all the fruits stacked onto one another.  Throw-away Ziplocs are more expensive than this- what a deal! Yea!

I used my dicer to dice the fruit. I diced, than rinsed.

Beautiful.

I continued dicing the fruits I had on hand…strawberries, pineapple, watermelon

And I threw in some grapes. You may want to add berries {do not dice} or bananas {they will brown, so eat immediately or toss in citrus juice}.

Layer like so. Would you look at those beautiful juices blending together?! Mmmmm!!!!!!

This dish doesn’t need a thing…just beautiful fruits blended together make it as delicious as ever. Oh…and it’s pretty, got to love presentation ;)  Enjoy and make often- I sure do!

 Fruit Salsa

Ingredients
  • 1 Fresh pineapple {Twist off leaves, cut outer layer off and slice lengthwise along core-leaving core out}
  • 4 cups strawberries
  • 4 cups grapes
  • ¼ of a watermelon
Instructions
  1. Dice fruits individually, then rinse.
  2. Layer one fruit at a time in a clear glass container.

Signature
speakerJanelle Nehrenz

Janelle is a Christian, a Wife, a Stay at Home Mom of 3 young children and a proud- to- claim- it “Foodie”. You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals,and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog. You can follow Janelle’s blog at ComfyInTheKitchen.com Follower her on facebook at Comfy In The Kitchen Follow her on Twitter at ComfynKitchen

6 Comments

  1. This looks good(: The colors and glass makes it look so beautiful blended together. Thanks for the post and God bless you and your family.

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