This strawberry fruit salad is one of my favorites. Sometimes I have it as lunch (a big bowl), but usually it's a treat after dinner. If you're Vegan you can replace the yoghurt with non-dairy yoghurt.
The cute thing is, this salad recipe doesn't need any sugar or artificial sweetener. If you use sun-ripened fruits, then it's sweet enough by itself. The yoghurt gives it a creamy consistency and makes you feel full and satisfied.
I vary the ingredients, depending on what fruits I get at the market. You can always include your favorites and leave others out. But for beginners start with the exact recipe below, as these are the ingredients I used for the salad on the picture above.
Wash all your fruits. Hull the strawberries and cut into halves or quarters.
Cut apples into quarters and remove the core. Then cut into inch-sized pieces. I usually don't peel the apples, because the skin is the healthiest part with most nutrients. But if you don't like the apple skin, you can peel them.
Cut plums into quarters and remove stone. This can be a bit tricky, because sometimes the flesh isn't easily removed from the stone.
Cut honey dew into quarters and remove the seeds with a spoon. Then spoon out pieces. Using a spoon instead of a knife makes it so much easier and faster to get small chunks out of the honey dew.
Remove raspberries from stems. Peel banana and cut into pieces.
Put all the fruits into a big bowl and mix thoroughly.
Pour yoghurt into the bowl and carefully mix again.
Personally I prefer my strawberry fruit salad at room temperature, but you can also put it into the fridge to chill.
Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for a maximum of 24 hours.