My nana made this every year but I kept forgetting to write it down. So glad I found something that comes close to hers!

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One meal that captures the warmth and fond memories of family reunions is Nana's Frozen Fruit Salad. This salad, which has its roots in an era when frozen fruit treats were popular, is best enjoyed as a cool summertime dessert or as part of a celebratory holiday meal. An everlasting favorite, thanks to its unique blend of creamy and sweet textures and the wonderful crunch of nuts. This dish has been a mainstay at picnics and potlucks for years, and for good reason: it's easy to make adjustments to to suit different tastes and needs. If you're looking for a way to bring back nostalgic feelings while enjoying a frozen dessert at your contemporary dinner party, you might want to try making this recipe.
Any number of sides go well with Nana's Frozen Fruit Salad. Serve it with some savory quiche and some flaky pastries for a brunch buffet. The fruity tastes go nicely with a variety of grilled meats or sandwiches when served during a picnic. Think about topping your cold salad with whipped cream for extra richness or serving warm, freshly baked cookies as a contrast for dessert.
12–15 servings of Nana's Frozen Fruit Salad
One container of softened cream cheese (8 ounces)
whipping cream until soft peaks form, about 1 cup
3/4 cup of sugar, granulated
- One 20-oz can of pineapple chunks, well drained
- One ten-ounce container of raspberries or strawberries, gently defrosted and diced - One eleven-ounce can of drained mandarin oranges
- Half a cup of pecans, chopped
- Two sliced ripe bananas - One-third cup of maraschino cherries
- One lemon's juice
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