Minty Fruit Salad

May 3, 2016
Minty Fruit Salad

Want to make a fruit salad that will stand out from the crowd?  This is it!  

The fresh mint and lime dressing really takes it to a whole other level.  Kind of out of this world.

Great for Mother’s Day Brunch or any other celebration – or maybe “just because!”

Get the kids involved – kids love making and eating this fruit salad too!

If you want to make the melon balls and kiwi shapes – you will need the following equipment:


  • Minty fruit salad1 mini watermelon
  • 1 honeydew or cantaloupe
  • 1 pint of strawberries
  • 1 pint of raspberries or blueberries
  • 3-4 kiwi fruit
  • 3 limes
  • Mint – finely chopped (about 3 Tablespoons)
  • 2 or 3 teaspoons of raw honey (or your favorite natural alternative sweetener – like stevia or monk fruit)
  • Pinch of salt – to taste

You could add any other fruit you like to this – grapes, pineapple, etc.


  1. Rinse the outside of the melons well (this helps to remove any potential bacteria)
  2. Slice the melons in half – and scoop out the flesh using the melon ball tool (or you can cut it into cube shapes if you don’t have a melon ball tool)
  3. Wash & dry all the berries.
  4. Slice the strawberries into bite sized pieces
  5. Cut the kiwi fruit into slices (about 4 centimeters thick).  Press the mini cookie cutter into the center – to create a kiwi shape!
  6. Put all the fruit into a bowl.
  7. Put into a glass measuring cup the juice from 2-3 limes, the honey, mint, and a pinch of salt.  Pour over fruit and stir to combine
  8. Serve & enjoy!

Or if you want to make this into a beautiful fruit skewer centerpiece – watch this video  (you don’t need the lime and mint syrup for this)






Sara Vance Article written by Nutritionist Sara Vance, author of the book
The Perfect Metabolism Plan A regular guest on Fox 5 San Diego, you can see many of Sara’s segments on her media page. She also offers corporate nutrition, school programs, consultations, and affordable online eCourses. Download her free 40+ page Metabolism Jumpstart eBook here.

*This article is for educational purposes only. The content contained in this article is not to be construed as providing medical advice. All information provided is general and not specific to individuals. Persons with questions about the above content as how it relates to them, should contact their medical professional. Persons already taking prescription medications should consult a doctor before making any changes to their supplements or medications.

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