This Warm Fruit Compote recipe is a great way to spruce up canned fruit. It’s especially good served during the cold winter season and would be great served at a holiday brunch or breakfast. It is great to serve along. However, it would be a good topping on waffles, or pancakes. You could even serve it inside a crepe. Heck, you could even serve it as a dessert and top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
This recipe comes from a Taste of Home magazine I got years ago. It’s so simple to make. I usually don’t buy canned apricots, So I just substitute an extra can of pineapple. The pineapple and cherries are my favorite of this warm fruit compote.
All you do is add in some drained canned sliced peaches, pear halves, pineapple chinks, and canned apricot halves to a slow cooker. Then pour a can or cherry pie filling over the fruit. Cover and cook on for 2 hours. That’s it! this warm fruit is now ready to serve. I love the pink color that it turns the pears!
- CANNED SLICED PEACHES
- CANNED PEAR HALVES
- CHERRY PIE FILLING
- CANNED PINEAPPLE CHUNKS
- CANNED APRICOT HALVES (I JUST USE ANOTHER CAN OF PINEAPPLE)