March 25, 2012
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This is my own version of something I have tried at a Pampered Chef party. The key here is to use fruit of any kind. Use what you have around the house. I do not suggest using bananas, however. If you try to save the salsa for leftovers, bananas don't look pretty the next day.
Choose four or five different colored fruit like strawberries, blueberries, kiwis, mandarin oranges, grapes, apples, etc.
Dice fruit very small, use a food chopper or place fruit in food processor and process briefly (do not puree). You want about one to one-and-a-half cups of fruit.
In a small bowl, combine:
- One TB lemon or lime juice
- Two tsp Agave Nectar or honey
- A dash of cinnamon
Pour mixture over chopped fruit and toss to coat. Serve fruit salsa with cinnamon and sugar pita chips. I bought mine at Super Target and they're the Archer Farms brand.
This is an easy recipe for kids to help. Have your child measure and mix the salsa coating and pour pita chips in a bowl.
Mine can't get enough of this stuff!
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