Fruit salads

It’s hardly a recipe but a fruit salad is the easiest pudding as there isn’t any cooking. It is a fact universally acknowledged in our household, that if I say, there’s the fruit bowl for pudding, no one is that interested. But if the fruit is cut up and arranged prettily on a platter, then it all gets eaten. I don’t use a sugar syrup or any sugar at all, and this way, the fruit doesn’t get soggy. If there’s any fruit left, it can be put in a plastic box in the fridge and eaten later on.

It’s easy to cut it up, even if sitting at a table and then to arrange it in layers of each fruit, dotting it around the plate. This is a selection of ones I have made in the past.

Winter fruit salad

Blood orange, mango, pineapple, kiwi fruit and blueberry

Strawberry, blueberry,
Strawberry, blueberry, orange, pineapple, kiwi fruit
Mango, peach, orange, strawberry and blueberry
Peach, strawberry, orange, and frozen raspberries
Winter fruit platter
Orange, golden kiwi fruit, pineapple, nectarine and pomegranate at Christmas

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