Fruit Salad With Peach Pie Filling

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Fruit Salad With Peach Pie Filling - Easy Peachy Fruit Salad
Craving a taste of summer? Then try this cool, delicious fruit salad with peach pie filling.

I call it "Easy Peachy Fruit Salad" because it's simple and quick to put together, and because you get the flavor of peaches in every bite.

You'll love this recipe if you're looking for a perfect fruit salad to take to a group picnic or potluck. Or if you need something sweet and satisfying to go with a holiday meal. Or if you're looking for a fruit dish or dessert that's easy to make and impressive to serve.

Fix this anytime, just give it at least an hour to chill (it tastes best nice and cold). The recipe easily serves 8 to 10 and you can double it for a bigger crowd.

Prefer a different combination of fruit? Feel free to substitute your favorite or whatever fruit is in season and easily available.



Here's the recipe:

Easy Peachy Fruit Salad


Ingredients:

2 cups green grapes - cut in half if desired
2 cups sliced strawberries
3 sliced bananas
3 sliced kiwi fruit
1 can peach pie filling

Instructions:

Combine the cut-up fresh fruit then gently mix in the peach pie filling.
Chill for an hour or so. (Tastes best when it's well chilled.)

Doesn't it taste like summer? Best part, you can serve it year 'round.

Don't forget to pin or otherwise save this recipe so you can find it easily when those peach cravings strike!

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8 comments:

  1. This sounds so refreshing. It's nice being able to have more fruit salad options when summer comes around.

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    1. I agree, Cheryl. Fresh fruit is always good, but a new twist is always fun to try! Appreciate the visit!

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  2. Susan, This looks really simple to make and a perfect fit for my sweet tooth. I guessing you can use different pie fillings. Thanks for a refreshing recipe :)
    Sam

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    1. You're welcome, Sam. Yes, I'm sure you could use different pie fillings. I'd consider the color - blueberry might turn everything just a little bit too blue, for instance - but I'm all for getting creative with flavor combinations. Thanks for the visit and the great suggestion!

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  3. Looks good, Susan. I always love a fruit salad - particularly if someone else is willing to make it for me.

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    1. LOL I hear you, Brenda! At least someone else cut up the peaches for this one. It goes together pretty quickly.

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  4. I love fruit salad and this is really good for this hot summer.

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    1. Thank you, Thelma! I definitely agree. The peaches make the salad so nice and cool. I appreciate your visit!

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