Exotic Fruit Salad

Looking for a really easy non cook summer breakfast? Fruit Salad is perfect especially in the summer. I am watching what I eat and having fruit for breakfast really helps to increase my 5 a day.

I like using exotic fruits at this time of year as they go so well with a bit of sunshine. I like to make up a batch to keep in the fridge and eat over a couple of days.

Exotic Fruits
Exotic Fruits

The best thing about a fruit salad is you can have any combination of fruits. Choose the fruits you like best and make up your favourite mix. I have a sweet tooth so melon and pineapple make a great base for my fruit salad.


I always add some citrus juice to a fruit salad like lemon or lime. This really helps if you are making it up to eat over a couple of days as it helps stop the fruit browning. Lime works best with an exotic fruit salad, gives you a great zing too.

It is always nice to top the fruit salad with something colourful like mint or pomegranate as we eat with our eyes. For my exotic fruit salad I have topped with passion fruit which gives a beautiful flavour and cuts through the sharpness of the pineapple.

Passion fruit
Passion fruit

What do you like to have in your fruit salad? If you are not keen on fruit because of the texture then check out my mango smoothie.

Exotic Fruit Salad

Course Breakfast
Keyword breakfast, fruit
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings 4


  • 1 Melon
  • 1 Pineapple
  • 2 Kiwi fruits
  • 2 Limes
  • 2 Passion fruits


  • De-seed and cut the melon into bitesize pieces
  • Core and cut the pineapple into bitesize pieces
  • Cut the Kiwi into slices and mix with the melon and pineapple
  • Juice the limes and add to the fruit
  • Add the passion fruit seeds on top
  • Enjoy


    • Jade
      August 3, 2020 / 8:41 am

      Your welcome its a favourite for me this time of year x

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