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Fruit Salad

Almost everyone loves fresh fruit. Use any combination or fruit you want. Combine them as you like, using any amounts of fruits you choose. Aim for different colors and textures. Top with granola to give it a crunchy, nutty flavor. INGREDIENTS To serve four people 2 Apples 2 Bananas 2 Oranges or 1⁄2 medium size Pineapple 1 cup Grapes 2 Peaches 1 cup Strawberries and other berries 3-5 leaves Fresh Mint

1 cup Granola

1) Cut all fruit into bite size cubes

2) Mix fruit together

3) Cut up and add the fresh mint

4) Sprinkle granola on top

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