Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This a recipie we came up with one day with what we had on hand. When my husband tasted it, he said, "it tastes like Christmas!"


  1. Core and slice apple, peel and section orange.
  2. Pulse apple and orange in food processor a few times until coarsely chopped, or just chop them up.
  3. Mix cranberry sauce and cinnamon with apple/orange mixture in bowl and refrigerate until serving.
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What a wonderful and simple fruit salad! And your husband hit the nail on the does taste like Christmas! I made it for dessert tonight thinking that my fruit loving family would be eager to try it. However, the thought of cranberry sauce being added to the mix had all but one shying away. My daughter and I both enjoyed this very much and look forward to having the leftovers tomorrow as part of our lunch. Thank you hunnymoonerz for sharing this very unique and tasty recipe. I will definitely be making this again. Made and reviewed for the Spring 2011 PAC.

Chef Buggsy Mate March 05, 2011

This is a keeper. The flavor is great! I added 1/8 c of slivered almonds which added a little extra crunch.

Cheryl A. February 08, 2011

Made for Diabetic Forum May Pool Party, 2010. This is a really versatile salad. 1) Use it without the cinnamon and you have a really cool, refreshing summer fruit cup, 2) add the cinnamon and it transforms you into the land of falling leaves and pumpkin pies, 3) be the boss--chop the fruit as much or as little as you like, and finally 4) be daring--add a whole 12 oz. can of candied cranberries. I tried it all three ways and I'm pleased with them all. Now I shall indulge--a little at a time--with dolops of whipped topping! Just think of all the possibilities you could do with this as your basic recipe. You have a real winner here, hunnymoonerz. Thanks for sharing!!

Suzie May 09, 2010