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Fresh Peppermint Fruit Salad

Fresh peppermint fruit salad

Fresh peppermint fruit salad is a refreshing way to enjoy fruit in the summertime when the fresh mint is popping up in the garden. I like to serve this fruit salad for lunch alongside sandwiches, or soup and salad, and my kids sure love the sweet and minty flavor with the fruit!

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Fresh peppermint fruit salad

Fresh peppermint fruit salad

This fresh and zesty fruit salad with peppermint and lemon is a great side for breakfast or lunch, and it also makes a delicious topping for a yoghurt parfait!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Course Salad
Cuisine American
Servings 5


  • Mixing bowl (linked below)
  • Pairing knife (linked below)
  • Cutting board (linked below)


  • 2 1/2 cups assorted sliced and chunked fruit *see fruit ideas below.
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons sugar *see healthier alternatives below
  • 1 tablespoon diced English peppermint, spearmint or chocolate mint tea leaves heaping


  • In a small bowl, mix the lemon juice and sugar/sweetener of choice, then stir in tea leaves and allow the mixture to set for 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, slice and chunk 2 1/2 cups fruit of your choice and place into a serving dish. Gently mix in the mint fruit syrup, then cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. Note* Use fruit salad within several hours of refrigeration for maximum freshness.


Some fruit options that go well in this fruit salad include; sliced bananas, blueberries, sliced strawberries, cubed mango, orange or mandarin slices and chunks, melon balls, apple cubes and more. 
You can also use honey, agave or maple syrup as sweetener. Feel free to add to taste. 
Keyword Fruit salad, peppermint, lemon, yoghurt parfait
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Equipment for this fresh peppermint fruit salad:

  • Mixing bowls I like to use a medium sized mixing bowl for the fruit and a smaller mixing bowl for the peppermint syrup.
  • Pairing knife You can use a pairing knife or chef’s knife to chunk and slice the fruit with.
  • Cutting board I prefer plastic cutting boards that are also dish washer friendly for slicing meats, fruits and vegetables on.

You can serve this fruit salad plain in a pretty dish, or you can enjoy it with yoghurt and homemade granola in a fruit parfait for breakfast or brunch!

I love to have parfait options for traveling. Simply pack a container of yoghurt, fruit and granola and then tape a spoon on top of the container. You may wish to place the granola in a separate bag to keep it from getting soggy if you are going to be prepping the fruit parfaits the night before your trip or busy morning when you will be needing something quick to grab before you head out the door.

This fruit and granola parfait is a great option for serving in small individual cups at parties or for brunch with friends. This is also a nice breakfast option for those hot summer mornings when you prefer not to cook!

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