Updated: Jul 18
Many delicious fruits can be added to salads to provide a burst of flavor, sweetness, and nutrition. Here are some of the best fruits to add to salads:
Berries - Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and other berries are a great addition to salads, providing a sweet and tangy flavor.
Apples - Apples can add a crisp and crunchy texture to salads and a sweet and slightly tart flavor. They pair well with savory ingredients like cheese and nuts.
Oranges - Oranges add a bright, citrusy flavor to salads and are rich in vitamin C. They pair well with greens and other fruits like strawberries.
Pineapple - Pineapple adds a tropical sweetness to salads and is rich in vitamin C. It pairs well with other tropical fruits like mango and papaya.
Grapes - Grapes add a juicy sweetness to salads and are rich in antioxidants. They pair well with nuts and cheese.
Pears - Pears add a sweet and slightly floral flavor to salads and pair well with intense flavors like blue cheese or walnuts.
Mango - Mango adds a sweet and slightly tart flavor to salads and a tropical flair. It pairs well with avocado and shrimp.
Overall, the best fruits to add to salads are ripe and juicy and complement the other ingredients in the salad. Experiment with different combinations to find your favorite fruit salad recipe!
Gus from SOZA
Health Blog Writer
About Gus Bouari, SOZA Co-Founder
After his childhood friend and co-founder, Dr. Anthony Wehbe lost 50 pounds on the SOZA weight loss program, he also did the program and lost 35 pounds.
Gus is a wellness advocate and enthusiast. Gus truly believes we can all transform our lives by adapting to and following a healthy, wellness-focused lifestyle.
He has appeared on Miami NBC 6 Health in the Mix, discussing healthy eating and healthy cooking.
If you ever bump into Gus, it would most likely be at a health foods store helping fellow shoppers make better food choices.
His continuous education and certifications include Precision Nutrition PN1 Certification, Stanford Online University's Food Sustainability, Mindful Eating, Healthy Cooking, Nutrition For Health and Sustainability, Nutrition Science: Obesity, and Healthy Weight Loss.