Oxmoor House
Yield
6 servings (serving size: 1 1/4 cups fruit mixture, 2 tablespoons sauce, and 2 teaspoons almonds)

Honey-sweetened yogurt spooned over fresh fruit is a refreshing addition to any meal but especially brunch. You can prepare and refrigerate the yogurt sauce up to a day in advance. You can also combine and refrigerate the fruit mixture (except the banana) up to three hours ahead; stir in the banana just before serving to prevent discoloring.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine yogurt, honey, and lime rind in a small bowl.

Step 2

Combine pineapple and next 4 ingredients (through coconut) in a large bowl; toss gently to combine. Just before serving, stir in banana. Top fruit mixture with yogurt sauce; sprinkle with almonds.

Ratings & Reviews

seaside725's Review

nottenrose
February 20, 2015
I loved the sauce, but should have read the reviews first and used different fruit. I will definitly be making this again, with different fruits than what is in the recipe.

robinarroyave's Review

Johnali
February 18, 2012
Easy, refreshing, well-balanced tartness to sweetness, and the coconut and toasted almonds add great flavor notes with just the right amount of crunch and texture.

CinSanDiego's Review

RuthinCA
December 14, 2011
I served this to a large group and didn't have time or bowls to serve it up individually. I just mixed the yogurt mixture in with all the fruit right before serving. Everyone loved it! I used Greed style yogurt which gives it a different, more tangy flavor.

LutzCat's Review

CinSanDiego
June 01, 2010
This honey-yogurt sauce works on just about any combination of fruit that you choose. Doesn't get much easier than three ingredients. A definite keeper.

Johnali's Review

robinarroyave
January 27, 2010
I took this to a brunch and everyone loved it. The fruits in this salad really mix well. I was not sure if everyone would want coconut flakes and the almond slivers so I left them in respective bowls so people could add their own toppings.

nottenrose's Review

seaside725
November 27, 2009
I serve this sauce every time I make a fruit salad. Whoever tastes it insists on getting a copy of the recipe; I'm almost embarrassed to admit that it uses just three ingredients and takes five minutes to prepare. 'Nuff said.

RuthinCA's Review

LutzCat
January 01, 2009
With this wonderful, light sauce, I used cantaloupe, honeydew, strawberries, blueberries and grapes. It was a refreshing addition to a Christmas brunch!