Fruit salad with the fresh and vibrant addition of mint and lime mojito flavors, this fruit salad is perfect for those summer BBQs or breakfast bento boxes!
Fruit salad is a summer must have and this recipe is a perfect combination of sweet, tart, and mint!
This recipe can easily be customized to the size you need. You will want to make a BIG salad with this one. It is adult and kid friendly!
Tips for a perfect fruit salad
- Skip the frozen fruit for a fresh and vibrant fruit salad.
- Add the lime juice, mint and lime zest at time of serving
- If you want to add fruits prone to going brown quickly, add them right at time of serving. These are fruits like apples, pears, and bananas.
Get creative with your bright salad ingredients!
You certainly don’t have to use all the same fruits I use. You can easily add things like honeydew, kiwi, banana, mango, peaches, cherries, and nectarines!
Really any fruit you want!
Money saving tip- use the fruit varieties that are in season in your area.
Fruit salad – breakfast AND dessert!
Add this salad to your breakfast bento boxes with hard boiled egg for a great spring and summer breakfast meal prep.
Or, add a nice heap of whipped cream and enjoy this a a sweet dessert!
How to store fruit salad
Store in an air tight container for up to 2 days. The fruits will start to release their juices. The salad will get sweeter as it sits too.
Don’t add the lime juice, mint leaves, or lime zest until right before serving.
I actually prefer this salad on day 2!
If you like the looks of this fruit salad, you might also want to check out this fruit salsa, too!
Mojito Fruit Salad
- 2 cups cantaloupe diced
- 1 cup fresh blueberries
- 1 cup fresh strawberries, halved sliced
- 2 cups watermelon cubes
- 1 cup grapes, sliced in half
- 1 large orange, peeled and in slices
- Juice of 2 limes add more if you want more citrus flavor
- 5-6 leaves fresh mint sliced thinly
- 1 teaspoon sugar optional if you want a sweeter salad
- Gently combine all of the fruit in a bowl. Take care with the more delicate strawberries.
- At time of serving, add the lime juice, zest, and mint. Add the sugar here as well, if you choose to use it.
- Store in the fridge for up to 3 days. The fruit will release juices and not be as firm, but the flavor is even better!