This Easy Summer Fruit Salad is delightfully different from your ordinary fruit salad. Sweet melon, refreshing cucumber and crisp apple combine with lime and mint for a taste sensation that makes a great side dish or a snack anytime of the day!
This salad, an idea borrowed from a WW member at my last meeting, is an interesting blend of summer flavors. For all intense purposes, it is a completely zero point food. It's a healthy and delicious choice!
I have to admit, I was a little skeptical of the cucumber in this salad, but it works really well! I love cucumber, so it didn't surprise me that I liked it in here!
While apples are not technically "summer fruits" they do work well in this salad. I think you could substitute fresh pineapple, if you like though. I think pineapple is another flavor that would make this salad unique. Whether you use apples or pineapples, this salad is one you've just got to give a try! It's so refreshing!
Easy Summer Fruit Salad
Sweet melon, refreshing cucumber and crisp apple combine with lime and mint for a taste sensation that makes a great side dish or a snack anytime of the day!
- 3 cups fresh watermelon, small diced
- 1 long English cucumber, small diced
- 1 large apple, cored and small diced (I used a Granny Smith)
- Juice of one lime
- 1 TBS lime zest
- 2 TBS fresh mint, chopped
- pinch of salt (optional)
- Combine all ingredients in large bowl. Cover and refrigerate for about an hour to allow flavors to blend. Gently stir and enjoy!
Prep Time: 00 hrs. 10 mins. Cook time: 00 hrs. 00 mins.
Total time: 10 mins.
Tags: fruit, salad, watermelon, lime, apple, cucumber, side dish
Servings - approx. 6 Serving size - approx. 1 heaping cup Points Plus per svg - ZERO
Calories - 46.3, Total Fat - 0g, Carb. - 10.5g, Protein - 0.9g, Fiber 1.5g
After such an incredibly harsh winter and an equally miserable, cold and wet spring, we have finally had some amazing weather this past week, and I have taken every minute to take advantage of it!! I finished planting all my herbs....basil, thyme, rosemary, flat leaf parsley, ( chives and oregano were already in the ground from previous years). I also put in three tomato plants ( one grape, one big boy and one heirloom) and four pepper plants...two jalapeno and two sweet red. I put in all my annual flowers, which ended up being purple petunias this year!
I made good on attending my WW meeting this past week as well...got several outdoor walks in, and was rewarded by a small loss on the scale this week.