• Serves 6
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 14 Ingredients


Note: For the coulis I used the below berries as I have a berry garden and these are the varieties I grow but feel free to use what ever berries you like, the choice is yours entirely and any is berry delicious.
As for the fruit salad the same omission or inclusion applies, simply use the fruit you most prefer.
Please enjoy!

Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 4 Kiwi fruit, skin removed
  • 2 Peaches, skin removed
  • 2 Nectarines
  • 2 Plums
  • I Pear
  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Banana, added just before eating
  • icing sugar or lemon juice, to stop fruit browning
  • 1 cup berries, (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries & boysenberry)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • fresh strawberries, for garnish


  1. Into a large serving bowl, cut fruit into small pieces. Leave the banana till the very last (just before serving up). Sprinkle with a little sifted icing sugar and toss, repeat again. Note: for those who do not want sugar, simply squeeze with fresh lemon juice.
  2. BERRY COULIS: Bring the water and caster sugar to the boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar.
  3. Add the berries and lemon juice and cook for 4-5 minutes, or until soft.
  4. Purée the mixture until smooth.
  5. Serve the fruit salad into individual bowls (remembering to add the cut up banana) and drizzle with berry coulis. Top with a strawberry.
  6. Enjoy the delicious delights of nature.


Please enjoy the sweet fruits of nature ...it really is BERRYDELICIOUS indeed. :-)

  • Great idea for a fresh lovely fruit desert


  • This looks and sounds like a fruity delite although not sure what. berry coulis is…


  • my gosh this would be amazing! i love how it is healthy! fresh is best! thanks for sharing this, it is great and i can’t wait to make my own version


  • Yummmm .. mouth watering.


  • Yum this sounds great.


  • I love fresh fruit salad. Not sure I would add the coulis though, I would prefer Greek yoghurt


  • Thanks for this delicious looking recipe – you are so lucky to have a berry garden. :)

    • Hi mom93821,
      I did have all my berries in one large raised bed but my raspberry had thorns and it annoyed me no end so I bought a small raised bed and transplanted them so they could be away from the other berries. It did take a while for the transplanted raspberries to take hold and I did loose a few but they grow pretty wild and soon bounced back. Love my berries and they are sooo very good for you.
      Thanks for the lovely comments moms.

      • Your garden sounds lovely and plentiful too – lucky you. :)


  • This recipe would be wonderful to enjoy on the week-end,thanks!


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