Honey-Yogurt Fruit Salad Dressing

My Mom asked me to bring a light dessert for Sunday dinner last week, so I brainstormed about what I could do with fruit to make it extra special. I thought about making fruit kabobs with a cream cheese dip, but then I decided to do something completely different and much more healthful. I whipped up this quick and easy fruit salad dressing and let me just tell you…it is fabulous!

Honey-Yogurt Fruit Salad Dressing

  • 2 cups plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup honey {I use raw, but any kind will work}
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/2 cup half & half {You can use milk.}

In a bowl, whisk yogurt and honey together. Add vanilla and mix well.  Add half & half and stir well.  Pour dressing into a small pitcher or jar, cover tightly and store in the refrigerator.

You may think that the dressing isn’t thin enough with only 1/2 cup half & half or milk, but after it’s refrigerated for a few hours the consistency will be much thinner and perfect for pouring over fresh fruit!

My family’s taste buds were tantalized by this delicious fruit salad dressing and I know y’all will love it to! :)

Have you ever made a fruit salad dressing?

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XO

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  1. says

    Hey Myra! I was so excited when I stumbled upon your blog. I remember you from college. I was a couple years behind you but I remember Mrs. Mattox talking about how talented you were. Your home is beautiful!

  2. katie says

    it looks great! today me and my mom gonna make a big Fruit Salad for all the family. we are celebrating with 35 people :) It’s gonna be a bit different than yours salad, but fruit salad is always good!
    katie´s last blog post ..ייעוץ הורים

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