Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Freezy Fruit Salad
Summer is here and that means lots of fresh fruit at the Moeller's. This is one of my favorite fruit recipes. I made it today with fresh blueberries. You can use two or more fruits in the recipe, but I wanted my stand out blueberries from our local farmer's market to stand alone. You'll find this recipe to be easy. It will also be thrifty, if you use fruits in season. This is a great breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, or dessert.
1. 1 quart Low Fat Buttermilk (Buttermilk is lowfat and easy to digest.)
2. Touch of honey, to taste (optional)
3. 1 quart Fresh Fruit, cut as needed,
(You can use one fruit or several different fruits to equal one quart)
(Add 1/2 chopped walnuts, as an optional benefit)
Mix Low Fat Buttermilk and fruit in a mixing bowl.
Pour into flat plastic or glass serving dish
Freeze for several hours or overnight
Best to remove from freezer and thaw for 10 minutes, before serving
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