Picky Eater Fruit Salad

A fruit salsa for your pickiest eater!

This fruit salsa is my go to for all occasions! I have a friend whose daughter is extremely picky and turns down many dishes with fresh produce. I brought this fruit salsa to our get together, she kept eating it and finally asked, “Why is this so good, like better than usual stuff???” I had a little secret ingredient!

Super easy, budget friendly, doesn’t take a long time, feeds a crowd = we have a winner!

Fruit salsa recipe :

1-2 Granny Smith apples

1-2 kiwi

1 pint of fresh strawberries

If I have red grapes on hand, I add those as well (optional )

Chop the fruit into small chunks

Mix well

Add 1-2 drops of any Citrus Vitality Essential Oils (I really enjoy Jade Lemon, Citrus Fresh, Lemon, Lime, and Orange . You can pick just a few or whatever you have on hand!) I mix the oils in a 1/2 cup of water and just pour over the chopped fruit.

I typically serve it with Cinnamon chips, like Stacy’s pita chips  (or you can bake your own Tortilla sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar until light brown) .

Take this to your next church gathering or an office party. You will be famous!







Much love ,

Lenna Rivera

Lenna Rivera is a regular contributor to the Tuesday Tips section of the blog as well as studies. She was born and raised in Volgograd, Russia. She grew up in a family that did not know Christ. At the age of ten, she and her brother found a Gospel preaching church and became first the generation of Christ followers in their family. Then, at the age of eighteen, Lenna felt a strong calling for missions and the Lord opened doors for her to become a missionary to the country of Georgia. Today, Lenna, her husband, Zach, and their three children reside in Nebraska.

Published by Titus II Woman

Helping women find purpose, develop a deeper relationship with God, and help each other through God's Word.

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