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Fresh Fruit Salsa

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I love any excuse to squeeze extra fruit into a meal. Sean’s the bomb at making delicious fruit smoothies, and this is my sort of side-dish take on that.

Similar recipes are always circulating, but my version is 100% pure fruit and very delicious.

Fresh Fruit Salsa

Ingredients:

One Apple

Two Kiwi

Half a carton of Strawberries

One carton of Raspberries

One Peach

You can add a variety of fruit- but I like to make sure I have one fruit with a lot of crunch (I like apple) and at least one thing that’s extra juicy (raspberries). Just know that whatever is juicy will define the color of the salsa.

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

 

What you do:

Dice everything into small pieces. I aim for the size of my pinky fingernail or smaller.

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Mix it all really well. The fruit juice is gonna keep the apple from browning.

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Let it sit overnight and let it get juicy juicy. Enjoy by its self, spread on toast, or with cinnamon and sugar chips.

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Bonus recipe: Cinnamon Sugar Chips

Ingredients:

Tortillas

Pam spray

Cinnamon Sugar

 

What you do:

Homemade Cinnamon Sugar Chips - Charleston Crafted

Spray both sides of the tortillas and top with sprinkles of cinnamon and sugar.

Homemade Cinnamon Sugar Chips - Charleston Crafted

 

Use a pizza cutter to roll it into triangles.

Homemade Cinnamon Sugar Chips - Charleston Crafted

Throw them on a tin foil lined pan and toast in the toaster oven or oven until crispy and golden brown.

Homemade Cinnamon Sugar Chips - Charleston Crafted

Let cool & serve with fruit salsa!

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

Fresh Fruit Salsa - Charleston Crafted

While the fruit salsa can make enough and last two or three meals, I like to make fresh chips each time!

How do you dress up your fruit?

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