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I get so excited when Fall comes around. I love the crisp air, family get togethers, and the delicious food. Dried fruits like Ocean Spray® Craisins® Dried Cranberries are some of my favorite things to snack on. I just love that “zing” to them. I also love incorporating them in my recipes from baking to salads like this easy Fall Apple Salad.
Now that I’m expecting baby #4, I’m making a big conscious effort to have a really healthy lifestyle. Keeping healthy snacks around can be challenging. Craisins® Dried Cranberries are perfect for that.
Did you know they are harvested by Ocean Spray’s grower owners? There are over 700 cranberry and grapefruit growers in the United States, Canada, and Chile who make up their growers, some of them for generations! My family loves their jellied cranberry sauce at every holiday dinner, which started in the 1930s!
I love fruit salad, and this easy Fall Fruit Salad is perfect for the season and so easy to whip up. I like to keep it in the fridge for snacking or to serve as a side dish to a holiday dinner.
It features apples, grapes, pears, peaches, and Craisins® Dried Cranberries – which make everything taste better! You can change things up to your favorite fruits and switch out yogurt flavors to make it your own. Here’s how I like to make it:
First, when I have a plan to make this salad, I usually take the easy way out and buy presliced apples. Then, I cut them up into smaller chunks. If it’s spur of the moment, I just cut up an apple.
Next, I slice up a ripe pear and a ripe peach. I love peaches, so if I can’t find a fresh one, I will use frozen peaches for this salad. I just let them thaw and cut them into chunks.
Next, I add about a cup of grapes.
I add vanilla yogurt. You can use your favorite yogurt flavor.
Then, I mix it all up.
Next, I top it off with a dollop of Greek yogurt and a dash of cinnamon to give it a “Fall” flavor.
Then, I sprinkle on Craisins® Dried Cranberries to top it off. Serve your Fall Fruit Salad immediately.Print
Easy Fall Fruit Salad
- 1 apple, cut into chunks
- 1 pear, cut into chunks
- 1 peach, cut into chunks
- 1 cup of grapes
- 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt
- 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup Craisins® Dried Cranberries
- dash of cinnamon
- Cut the apple, pear, and peach into chunks.
- Combine these with the grapes.
- Pour the vanilla yogurt over the fruit and mix well.
- Top the entire fruit salad with a big dollop of Greek yogurt and add a dash of cinnamon.
- Sprinkle with Craisins® Dried Cranberries.
- Serve immediately.
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That sounds so good! I love all these flavors. They’re my favorite parts of the season.
I love Craisins and can eat them by the handful. They are a great way to add some zip to a fruit salad.
What a yummy Fall dish. We still have a ton of apples left over from apple picking so I am always on the hunt for delish and creative ways to use them up. Will definitely try it out as a healthy snack for my kids!
That fruit salad looks amazing. I’ll have to make some of this soon. I’m sure it tastes wonderful too.
Yum! I love me a delicious fruit salad. There is just something about a fruit salad that makes me happy. 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe looks so delicious and easy to make. I will have to get the ingredients I need to make some this week. I love adding Ocean Spray® Craisins to a ton of recipes.
This salad looks so good. I love Craisins. I need to get some. I ran out recently.
I love this because it’s simple and delicious! I love fruit salads, but you put a new spin on the classic recipe. And I love Crasins!
Wow, this is so wonderful, we have some apples here. I will make this for my son.
I need to make this for my kids. I bet it would taste awesome with Honey Crisp apples!
Crasins are amazing in just about everything. I actually love them in my chicken salad also. They give a great bite.
We love apple here but never thought of preparing it into a salad, great idea. I will try to make this since I have lots of apples here.