Assorted other fruit to your liking. We love to add different kinds of melon - whatever we can find at the grocery store. Joe often adds bananas, but I don't like to because they don't hold up well with all of the other fruit. Strawberries or blueberries add some color. Kiwi and pineapple add a tartness. Peaches are wonderful when they'reseason. Are you getting the idea? You can add as much or as little as you like.
Acouple handfuls ofwalnuts, almonds, or pecans
Acouple handfuls ofmarshmallows
1/2cupGranolaour favorite is Bear Naked Fit Vanilla Almond Crunch but youchoose whatever you like
Core and chop the apple. Toss the chopped apple in a tablespoon or two of lemon juice or lemon-lime pop. If you're in a pinch, orange juice will work, too.
Add the rest of the fruit, the nuts, and the marshmallows, one kind at a time, keeping it in even layers.
When you get to the top, spoon yogurt over the whole thing. It will fall down into the crannies and crevices, and it will be beautiful.
To serve, put the granola in a bowl next to the fruit salad and let everyone add granola to their liking. I personally like a lot of crunch, but Joe likes just a little bit. Plus, if you add the granola too soon, it will get soggy.
If you don't have a trifle bowl (or a similar tall glass bowl), you could just mix everything together. It tastes the same, but it's not as pretty. Still serve the granola in a separate container so that it stays crunchy.