Frozen Fruit Salad

July 21, 2008

My secret recipe is no longer a secret recipe…


  • 1 can/~20 oz. Pie Filling (My favorite is blackberry)
  • 1 can/~20 Crushed Pineapple
  • 1 can/~14 oz. Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 8 oz. whipped cream (or 1 tub whipped topping)
  • optional: mandarin orange slices, nuts, other fruits

Mix together until well blended (but with lots of fruit chunks), pour into freezeable bowl, mold, or pre-baked pie crust.  Freeze for at least 6 hours, and garnish with fruit, chocolate, or jellies. Slice into individual servings.

It’s definitely not the most healthy dish, but it is a refreshing treat we like to enjoy every once in a while.  It works great as a side or dessert.  I usually freeze mine in a Pampered Chef valtrompia bread pan, and garnish it with jelly (squeezed through an icing tube) and berries for a nice presentation. (The picture shows a chocolate garnish and I used 2 different types of pie filling; I also had cranberries in the mix.)  One tube was a wedding gift, and I was delighted to find another tube at a yard sale (50 cents!); it typically makes enough for 2 tubes, and 15-20 servings.  (I don’t usually serve 2 pieces, but all our guests the day I took the picture were hungry male omnivores.).

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  • Meredith July 21, 2008 at 11:35 pm

    Oooh, pretty!

    My grandma used to make us a similar frozen fruit salad with fruit cocktail and serve it sliced into squares, but your shaped tube makes it so much more appealing.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Rose Mary Kelly July 23, 2008 at 8:07 am

    You can also serve this “unfrozen” ( that was the “Pink fluff” I served at John and Christy’s wedding shower at my house!) Funny thing is, I had been trying to find that recipe for years ,(not diligently, but here and there) after eating it at a church function. I wanted to serve it at the shower, so resumed my search and finally tracked it down 2 days before the shower–and here Christy”s sister-in-law had been serving it regularly, albeit in different form! I’m also sad because after having the “tube” for years I gave it away because I hadn’t used it once–but I think I see them occassionally in Thrift stores so I will have to pick one up!

  • Marlene July 23, 2008 at 11:00 am

    It looks beautiful – I will hae to try it.

  • July 23, 2008 at 11:54 am

    yummy…..I love blackberries.

    Sound great

  • Jerri July 25, 2008 at 2:14 pm

    Yay! I have one of those Pampered Chef tube pans in my cabinet! I have never used it … Now I will!

    One question, do you drain the crushed pinapple? I figure you would … but they say no question is to dumb to ask!

  • Kate July 25, 2008 at 11:33 pm

    Oh wow does that sound good! I just know that we all woud love this, my kids especially. Thanks so much for sharing. I can’t wait to try it.

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