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Fruit Salad With Pudding!

Ingredients:

  • 1(29 ounce) can peach slices, undrained
  • 1(20 ounce) can pineapple chunks, undrained
  • 1(3 1/8 ounce) boxdry vanilla instant pudding mix
  • 1lb strawberry, stemmed and quartered
  • 1banana, sliced
  • 1⁄2pint blueberries
  • 1bunch grapes (I use the red ones)
  • 1 -2tablespoon sugar (optional)

Directions:

  • In a large bowl, combine peaches, pineapples, and vanilla pudding mix.
  • This includes the juices from the cans.
  • Mix well until pudding is dissolved.
  • Stir in strawberries, banana, blueberries, grapes, and sugar if desired.
  • Chill.

Reviews:

  • pure_heaven

    this is really good! i just made it today and its delicious. However, I recommend that you make the pudding with the canned juice in a separate bowl. Then in another bowl add all the fruit. I added only a couple of scoops of the pudding to the fruit and stirred it to give it just a little coat of pudding around the fruit and it was perfect. Next time I’ll buy a smaller pudding box because I hardly used any, I think it’s too much if I were to add the whole thing. Oh and I used green grapes because it looks so much prettier with a pop of green instead of red because you already have strawberries!

  • StacyMD187373

    Good recipe, although a bit soupy, even though I only used the juice from one 15 oz can of peaches. I added some extra fruit–extra banana and an apple to soak up some of the juice. Good made a few hours beforehand, but wouldn’t make it up a day in advance. Thanks for posting–will use again!

  • guinea_pig

    Home run! I followed the concept…fruit and read the reviews to determine how to best make the pudding. The result….a home run! I bought a slew of fresh fruit (nectarine, plum, pear, pineapple, apple, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, tangerine, peach, strawberry)…theme was color. Used instant fat free vanilla pudding….w fat free milk. Lightly coated fruit. note: squeeze 1 tangerine over the cut apples & pears so they don’t turn brown. Also, dont apply pudding until the day you eat it.

  • luzvides

    will make again. with more fruits. it’s quite sweet and only one can of fruit, probably pineapple. Deff wait to eat till it sits in the fridge for a a bit. also i used peaches in pear juice, can deff make this without high fructose corn syrup.

  • mommymakeit4u

    Delicious. I used canned peaches in water to cut back on the sugar.

  • sheepdoc

    Used can of sliced peaches, can of sliced pears, blueberries, banana, sweet cherries, and cantaloupe. The sweet cherries were a mistake – turned it all a lovely shade of purple. Used 1/2 cup sugar, 1/3 cup cornstarch in place of pudding mix.

  • momma213

    This is the bomb! Fantastic, made it for my son’s and stb dil wedding rehearsal and the wedding reception. Came out great! I was told that I am the official Fruit Salad maker for the family functions now and not to forget birthdays. I did use splenda and sugar free pudding due to health issues of some of the party but it didn’t do no harm. Thank you!

  • helenh

    This fruit salad was soooo yummy; and because of the fruit in this salad it was so quick to prepare too… will definitely be made again!
    I was a bit wary of getting “soup” so I used the juice from the peaches and only half the juice from the pineapples and it was just right. I did omit the bananas (allergy) and didnt add the sugar and it was superb.

  • NurseJaney

    Took this to a 4th of July, MARYLAND steamed crab cook-out. Several gals identified this immediately — certainly easy, but WAAAY too sweet – and I didn’t add any sugar ! When I do again, will add some lemon juice to the liquid, hoping to counteract that. Thanks for posting !

  • megamegan777

    DELICIOUS…. however, do NOT add the sugar

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