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Creamy Quick Fruit Salad

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“I just can't say enough about this salad-it is fantastic!!!The first time I tasted this salad was at my dad's Birthday party prepared by my sister-in-law Jackie. After just 1 bite, I was determined to get the recipe before I left. Jackie first learned of this recipe at a potluck at work. I write a weekly recipe column in our local newspaper and was so excited to share the recipe with my readers. The recipe was the talk of the town and many people told me how they had tried it and totally agreed with me. My 3 little grandsons ask me to make it all of the time and there is never any left over. The first time I had it, Jackie used frozen raspberries, which is my favorite, but have tried frozen blackberries, strawberries, mixed fruit and blueberries and they are all delicious!!! Just be sure that your berries are frozen as the fruit defrosts quickly when serving it and the juice from the berries blend in with the pudding mixture. I have served this salad with numerous meals and it's also a very nice compliment served with a brunch. You only need 4 ingredients to make this wonderful flavor, and best of all, it's ingredients you can always have on hand. I highly suggest you try it!!! I am very confident it will become a favorite for you too.”

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Fold the dry pudding into the yogurt.
  2. Then fold in the Cool Whip.
  3. Fold in the fruit. It works best to not let the fruit thaw.
  4. It will thaw within the salad and be ready to eat very shortly after preparing it.
  5. Also be sure to use frozen berries and not berries in a juice.
  6. You can easily adjust the recipe to your family's fruit preferences.

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