Winter Fruit Salad

Preparation info
  • Serves


    • Difficulty


    • Ready in

      3 hr

Appears in
I Love My Slow Cooker

By Beverly LeBlanc

Published 2012

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It’s best to use firm dried fruit for this, rather than the plumped ‘ready-to-eat’ varieties. If, however, you only have the softer fruit in your cupboard, reduce the cooking time in the second step to 1 hour before you add the smaller fruit.


  • 450 g/1 lb dried fruit, such as apples, apricots, mangoes or prunes
  • 250<


Put the dried fruit, orange juice, cardamom pods, tea bags, cinnamon stick and lemon and orange rinds in the slow cooker – do not turn the cooker on. Pour over 750 ml/26 fl oz/