This pomegranate fruit salad is a bright and fresh breakfast or brunch recipe that everyone will love! Loaded with citrus fruits and berries. This easy breakfast salad recipe is great for having guests over for the weekend, or entertaining for a holiday.
De-seed your pomegranate (see video below), and place seeds in a large serving bowl.
Add the pineapple chunks. I like to slice off the top of the pineapple, then carefully remove the tough skin with a knife, working from the top of the pineapple down, cutting it off in strips. I then cut the fruit around the core, and cube the pineapple chunks into bite-sized pieces. I compost the core, top, and skins. Add the cut pineapple to the bowl with the pomegranate seeds.
Add the sliced strawberries, clementines, star fruit, and apples. Pour the orange juice over the fruit, and mix well to combine.
Serve along side lunch or a holiday breakfast. The fruit should keep for 3 days in the refrigerator. Enjoy!
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