Drunk Fruit Salad

Drunk Fruit Salad Recipe

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Lisa Biggs

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@PinkBubble

Good for hot summer days or nights.

NOT good for kids!

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Ingredients

  • 1
    seedless watermelon
  • ·
    strawberries
  • ·
    fresh green/red/white seedless grapes cut in half
  • 1 bottle
    sweet red wine or ice wine

How to Make Drunk Fruit Salad

Step-by-Step

  1. You can use the watermelon as the bowl, if you do make sure you use a nice round melon, slice part of the rind off so it will sit flat.

    If you plan to take friut salad on a trip, it is safer to use a bowl with a lid.
  2. You can really use any type of friut you like or what is in season.

    For the wine, I like sweet reds with friut, but you should use the wine you like best.

    On to the fun!

    I use a melon baller, just to make everything the same size, you dont have to (unless you have COD like me ;o)

    Cut all your friut up, put everything in a bowl and add the wine.

    Give it a good shake.

    Place in the refrigerator until nice and cold.

    For a lil extra treat, you can place in the freezer over night and make up some Fruit Wine Slush.
  3. Last step, this is the hard part...

    Share the lovely salad!

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