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.

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, then rinsed.


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

  • 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
  1. Dice fruits individually, then rinse.
  2. Layer one fruit at a time in a clear glass container.

speakerJanelle Nehrenz

*Janelle is a woman who is dependent upon Jesus, a mom, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and an advocate for meal ministry. 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


  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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