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This Rainbow Fruit Salad with Honey Citrus Dressing is a great addition to breakfast or it makes a healthy snack idea any time! Easy to make ahead and enjoy all week!
I have been wanting to share this yummy Rainbow Fruit Salad with Honey Citrus Dressing for awhile now – and I am finally doing it today!! *happy dance* If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you may have already seen a sneak peek for this fruit salad! I have to tell you, although my kiddos are pretty good eaters, it’s fun to change things up once in awhile, and what is more fun than a colorful bowl of yummy fruit and pancakes with sausage on a stick?!
After hearing so many stories from other moms, I have to say that I feel very blessed that all of my kiddos willingly eat an assortment of fruits and veggies. Getting them to “eat the rainbow” is usually pretty easy. My husband, on the other hand …. eh, yeah. That’s another story! I’m still working on that one! 😉
Like many of you, things are starting to get crazy in the Love Bakes Good Cakes house. Summer is coming to a close and we’re trying to get the last little bit of fun in before it’s back to the books! Some of the schools here in the Phoenix area are starting back to school next week!! Can you believe that?! Since we homeschool, we won’t be starting that early! Oh, no! We’ll squeeze out the last few weeks of summer before we have to give in and get back to the grind! With all of this talk of back-to-school, I can’t help but think of how fast the weeks of summer have slipped by! Seriously, where did they go?!
As much as I haven’t wanted to, I finally got the curriculum ordered for next school year. I even bought Abby a few workbooks so she can “do school” too! With curriculum comes the back to school supplies. Am I the only person who hates back-to-school shopping?! Ugh.
A few weeks ago, I was doing my regular grocery shopping and picking up a few last-minute back-to-school items at Walmart. Thank goodness for one stop shopping! While getting groceries, I ran across Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps. Have you ever heard of them? I have been oblivious all of this time! My kids love corn dogs – that’s what I was looking for when I noticed the breakfast version. I knew my kiddos would love them! Since I was planning on making my Rainbow Fruit Salad with Honey Citrus Dressing, I knew the Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps would be the perfect accompaniment for a fuss-free and easy breakfast! Not to mention, once the kiddos do go back to school, having the Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps on hand will mean breakfast will be one less battle for me to have to fight! Amen. Truthfully, my kiddos love having something other than cereal for breakfast!
You can choose from two great flavors – Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps Original Sausage and Pancake or Sausage and Pancake Bacon, Egg and Cheese. Since discovering them, Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps makes a regular appearance in our house because they make breakfast easy! Not to mention, they pair nicely with my Rainbow Fruit Salad with Honey Citrus Dressing! Making the fruit salad early in the week plus having the Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps on hand makes breakfast the easiest meal of the week!
Before you hit the store, be sure to download the Ibotta coupon app if you don’t have it already! Then log in to get your “Buy 1 package of either variety and get $1.00 off” coupon when you purchase Foster Farms® Pancake Wraps. You must sign up for Ibotta to unlock the coupon! Ibotta is a great app to use because it pays you real cash money wherever, whenever you shop – for things you normally buy! The best thing? It’s free!!
by Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes
For the fruit salad:
- 1 red apple, cored and chopped
- 1 green apple, cored and chopped
- 1 lb. fresh strawberries, hulled and quartered
- 1 small pineapple, outer skin and core removed, fruit cut into pieces
- 1 pint fresh blueberries
- 2 cups red grapes, halved
- 4 kiwi fruit, peeled and chopped
- 3 oranges, peeled and segmented
- 2 firm, ripe bananas, peeled and chopped
For the honey citrus dressing:
- ¼ cup honey
- ¼ cup fresh squeezed lemon juice
- ¼ cup fresh squeezed orange juice
- Zest of 2 limes (2 tsp.)
Best if used in 5-7 days.
I should note that this fruit salad works with almost any kind of fruit your family likes! If you prefer raspberries over blueberries, by all means switch them out! If clementines are on sale that week, use them in place of oranges! Your kiddos only eat green grapes? Not a problem! Maybe you prefer peaches over apples – that’s okay too! This recipe is great in the fact that it is easy to customize and it still turns out delicious!
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