Fruit Pudding Salad

"My aunt made this once for Thanksgiving and it was such a hit! Everyone HAD to have the recipe. Now, not a holiday passes that there isn't a bowl of this at the table. This can be made with sugar free pudding to make it a diabetic dessert and is just as delicious!"
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  • Drain canned fruits.
  • Core and chop apples.
  • Combine all fruit in bowl and set aside.
  • Beat box of pudding with cold milk and orange juice concentrate for 2 minutes.
  • Beat in sour cream.
  • Fold this mixture into fruit mixture.
  • Cover and chill thoroughly.

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  1. I made this yesterday for a BBQ and it was a huge hit everybody loved it! I didn't have peaches so I used pear juice to make the pudding. I did add sugar over the strawberries to bring out there natural juices. YUM! I was told I am in charge of the fruit salad from now on. Thanks for a great recipe.
  2. This is delicious and very healthy! I used the normal sized box of pudding (1 ounce) and it turned out perfectly. I can't imagine it having any more pudding, so I don't know if that was listed wrong? It doesn't matter because it's excellent!!! The "sauce" is amazing and would be great for a fruit dip or on any fruit. Made for Spring PAC 2009. Thanks!
  3. This salad is fantastic...the only change I made was to add Marchino cherries.....Way good!!!


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