Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
This can be kind of expensive to make so I usually on make it for special occasions. You can substitute any of the fruit except the cherry pie filling
- 1 (21 ounce) can cherry pie filling
- 1 (14 ounce) can blueberries
- 1 (14 ounce) can blackberries
- 1 (14 ounce) canof queen ann cherries
- 1 (14 ounce) can gooseberries
- Drain all the cans of fruit except for the pie filling.
- Mix together, chill and serve.
This was very good, but the absolute best thing about it is how easy it is!! I was able to find gooseberries, but I couldn't find any cherries but Bing. I thought that the fruits all tasted alike. The pie filling cherries did have an individual taste, however. I think that next time I may try putting this in a baking dish and heating it with a streusel type topping on it. Thank you for sharing.
What a gorgeous fruit salad! WOW! I love the colors. Could not find gooseberries around here so I used strawberrie. I also used all frozen fruits, with the exception of the pie filling, of course. I drained my fruit, too. I've made a fruit salad similar to this for years with peach pie filling, mandrain oranges, strawberries, pinapple chunks and sliced bananas, this is just as good and looks so pretty. I sampled it tonight, but will serve tomorrow for Thanksgiving. Thanks Mamasan for sharing this wonderful salad, can't wait to serve to family.
This was a sweet salad with a good flavor. How could you go wrong with all that delicious fruit? I was unable to find gooseberries, so I omitted them, but all else was the same. I think this would be delicious served over angel food cake, shortcake or even belgian waffles with a dab of whipped topping! Thanks mamasan! Made for Fall 08 PAC