Berry and Mint Fruit Salsa is the perfect dish for the summer. Light and bursting with fresh berry flavor. You can skip the spoon with this salsa and just use the cinnamon sugar chips instead - it's 100% a better idea!
Honestly, the flavors of the summer are the best! Light, fresh, flavorful - my body literally craves summertime foods. Berry & mint fruit salsa is no exception!
If you have watched my Instagram Stories recently, you have seen our little mint garden. When I first started gardening I did not realize that mint spread like wildfire and will overtake anything in its way.
Opps. Thanks mom for helping me out on that one.
She told me just to put it in the ground in an area where it could spread and not be a problem and let it run free and live its best life basically. And she wasn't wrong
We have had our little mint garden for a couple of years and it just continues to flourish every year and I love it!
How To Make Berry and Mint Fruit Salsa
- In a large bowl add in your blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. Slice or quarter your strawberries depending on how big they are.
- Using a zester (affiliate link), zest 2 whole limes, then juice both limes over the berries.
- Julienne your fresh mint leaves and add to the bowl.
- Lastly, add in some fresh local honey, stir, and serve!
Can I Use Other Berries in This Salsa?
Absolutely! You can use whatever combination of berries you have or like.
Use all blueberries if you want. Or just blackberries and raspberries. There are no rules!
Also, this recipe is another "no-recipe recipe" and is easily adjustable. You don't have to use exact measurements on the fruit and this is easily doubled to feed a crowd.
Just have fun with it!
How Do I Make the Cinnamon Sugar Chips?
We are taking this recipe up a level with these bites of sweet crunchy goodness. Forgo a spoon or fork for this recipe. You are 100% required to eat berry and mint fruit salsa with cinnamon sugar chips! It is a must and you will thank me for it. ?
- Slice a couple of tortillas into pie slices/triangle shapes.
- Lay on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Brush the cut tortillas with melted butter.
- Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top. Place in a preheated 400-degree oven for 8-10 minutes. Let cool completely before enjoying!
What Other Recipes Can I Use Mint In?
If you haven't made my East Mint Cold Brew you need to stop right now and make this! It is such a refreshing summertime drink!
You can make my favorite summer cocktail, Moscow Mule. Muddle some fresh mint in the bottom of your copper mug before you start and omg! Yum! AND if you're from Kentucky like me then you can't forget our Mint Juleps. A refreshing Basil Mint Lemonade on a hot summer day - yes, please!Print