Colorful, healthy and tasty, add some fruit to tonight's menu! Browse simple fruity recipes that adults and kids alike will enjoy.
This colorful fruit salad gets its punch from the great balance of tart fruits, lime juice, and bite-size pieces of sweet pound cake.
Few of us have the time or inclination to make real apple Danish from scratch, but here's a pizza variation that's fast and simple.
Replace ho-hum snacks with fun to eat (and make) treats.
Sparkling cider turns this fresh fruit cup into a fizzy soda fountain-style treat. For the best results, chill all the ingredients.
Instructions for making a tasty treat in the form of a ghost from a banana.
Sconelike biscuits and sugared strawberries make this classic dessert even sweeter.
This dessert may sound elegant, but it's a cinch to make. Our kid testers enjoyed swirling the purple sauce through the cream.
Here is a delightful Mexican spin on America's favorite pie.
You don't need a pitcher to make this lemonade - in fact, you don't even need to stir.
Fresh fruit puts a sweet spin on this Mexican-style treat.
These strawberries dipped in pink chocolate are the perfect treat at a fairy-themed birthday party.
This sweet dessert is quick and easy to assemble, and everyone will enjoy skewering their own selection of fruits and dipping them into the melted chocolate.
This clever creation, inspired by Spoonful guest Maryanne DaCosta from East Hanover, New Jersey, turns fresh fruit into a festive, healthy snack that really makes the grade.
Celebrate the red, white, and blue with this treat made from fresh fruit.
This colorful fruit pizza is a healthy after-school snack, or family dessert.
Like s'mores, these bananas derive their gooey goodness from the heat of a grill or campfire.
Sweet, healthy, and patriotic, these red, white, and blue popsicles are the perfect way to beat the summer heat!
If life gives you lemons, make Lemon Cups!
During National Strawberry Month, serve up this refreshing berry parfait with a zippy new twist: lemon-flavored whipped cream.
Made from nothing more than a small, round seedless watermelon, this spooky cerebral creation is bound to turn heads.
Bite-size versions of the fall fair treat, these tiny "caramel" apples are a great party snack.
It's summer, and peaches are abundant, ripe, and heavy with juice--just right for making this campfire dessert that tops off the natural flavor of fresh fruit with a light caramel sauce and toasted marshmallow.
A quick-to-mix peanut butter dressing makes the perfect complement to this whimsical combination of greens, bananas, and berries.
Pears make a good choice for these single-serving fruit crisps because their skins are so soft, your child won't even need to peel them.
The riper the pineapple and banana, the sweeter your outcome. This smoothie has it all -- fresh, tropical, and an excellent source of vitamin C.
These banana-based snowmen are decidedly more tropical than the frosty variety, and kids can assemble their own if you prepare the fruit for them.
For a healthy finale to your Fourth of July gathering, serve this red, white, and blue treat.
In summertime, blueberry pies crop up across America, but a truly special pie -- like this one with a lemony berry filling and a crust decorated with stars -- is worth celebrating.
These fun mice made of strawberries will have your kids happily nibbling on a healthy snack in no time.
Your kids can help you turn fresh strawberries into sparkly treats.
This traditional English dessert is as pretty to look at as it is delicious to eat.
This Hawaiian dessert salad is both tasty and healthy, and each diner can customize his or her own salad with a sprinkle of grated coconut, chopped macadamia nuts and/or chocolate chips.
Cool off with this pretty little pop star.
This scrumptious sorbet captures the essence of an American favorite -- watermelon.
Easier than pie, crostatas are the perfect summer treat for kids to make!
Adding milk or condensed milk to gelatin gives it a creamy touch. Have fun this spring by preparing your version of a creamy gelatin with fresh fruit.
Here's an easy way to make rainbow skewers with a cinnamon vanilla yogurt fruit dip that your guests (big and small) will love.
When the afternoon heats up, cool down with this refreshing and healthy snack
As a grand grilling finale, this sweet dessert is the perfect treat.
Honey-Lime Fruit Salad
Apple Danish Pizza
Build a Better Munchie
Bubbly Berries and Grapefruit
Berry Best Shortcake
Cinnamon Apple Burrito
Fresh Fruit Fondue with Chocolate Sauce
Red, White, and Blue Popsicles
Mini Caramel Apples
Peachy Caramel S'mores
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Berry Salad
Pear and Cranberry Crisps
Pineapple Crush Smoothie
Snowman on a Stick
Star-studded Blueberry Pie
Summer Berry Trifle
Tropical Fruit Toss
Watermelon Pop Stars
Summer Berry and Cream Cheese Crostata
Layered Black Cherry and Peaches & Cream Gelatin
Rainbow Skewers with Sweet Yogurt Fruit Dip
Tropical Fruit Kabobs
Grilled Pound Cake with Berries and Ice Cream
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