Best and Easiest Orange Cream Fruuit Salad

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This easy fresh fruit salad looks as good as it tastes. Orange Cream Fruit Salad is a lovely fruit salad recipe that is filled with oranges, bananas, and pineapple with a sweet orange cream mixed in. One of the things that you will love about fruit salad recipes is that you can easily adapt them. This easy fresh fruit salad recipe is made with canned pineapple, mandarin oranges and fresh bananas, but you can add other fruits to the recipe or swap any of those out. For fresh fruit salad recipes, you can use grapes, kiwi, apples, fresh strawberries and raspberries and all of these will taste just as good with the orange/vanilla coating. And you can choose to either use Cool Whip in this easy fresh fruit salad recipe or swap in some vanilla Greek yogurt and add in some fresh strawberries too. Some of the ingredients you will need for this Orange Cream Fruit Salad recipe include vanilla pudding mix, milk, frozen orange juice concentrate, Cool Whip and fruit. Fruit salad tips. A comment about this easy fresh fruit salad recipe is that while many people had successful results with the recipe, some say that the easy fresh fruit salad is too soupy. If this is something that you find, you can reduce the milk in the recipe, and if the consistency is a bit too thick, you can feel free to add more. For the full step by step recipe for this easy fresh fruit salad, you'll want to take a look at the Butter With A Side of Bread site.

Whichever fruits you choose to use for your orange cream fruit salad you will have the option to buy organic fruit or conventional produce. If you are wondering how the fruits that you choose stack up in regards to the number of pesticides that are used on conventional produce, you will want to take a look at the EWG site. On the site, you will find the Clean Fifteen, EWG's 2018 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce list and the Dirty Dozen EWG's 2018 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce. One example of the information you will find is on pineapples. Pineapples are on the EWG list of the Clean 15. With 90 percent of conventional pineapples having no detectable pesticide residues. Only five different of pesticides were detected on more than 350 conventional pineapple samples. So with this knowledge, you might feel better using conventional produce without feeling so guilty. The lists can be helpful when it comes to the choices you make when you are shopping and the produce that you will use in your food ideas, easy fresh fruit salad recipes and more.

When you want an apple, some fresh strawberries or a juicy peach, organic might be the best way to go because these produce crops contain higher levels of pesticides than other types of produce that are conventionally grown. When it comes to buying avocados, bananas and oranges, it seems that on these fruits that the pesticide residue may be low enough not to warrant the extra expense of buying organic. Organic produce is usually more expensive, so it's good to know which ones you should buy organic, and the one's that you can worry a little less about. The good news is that organic produce does go on sale, so you'll want to keep an eye out at your favorite grocery stores, and cook seasonally to take advantage of local farms and their selection.

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