It’s four days before Christmas and our household is busier than ever. I still have some last minute Christmas shopping to do and just like Santa — I am checking my list twice — thrice even — just to make sure I don’t forget anything.
I already shopped for my Noche Buena ingredients last week at Shopwise. They have a Christmas Sale going on which is until December 31,2017. Lots of sales, discounts, and promos on different items such as toys, clothes, small appliances, wines, chocolates, pasta, queso de bola, ham, snacks and everything that you need this holiday.
One of our Noche Buena handa that I shopped for is this Special Fruit Salad. Syempre, hindi naman nawawala ang Fruit Salad on our Christmas table. Here at home, favorite sya ng lahat except Ykaie.
To make it special, I put a twist on this year’s Fruit Salad. I put a variety of fresh fruits like strawberries, cherries, dragonfruit, apple, and grapes. (I shared the procedure at the end of my Shopwise Shopping video below)
Behind the scene of the video is my kulit Twinkle wanting to take her turn in mixing the Fruit Salad….
and there she was! Happy that she finally got her turn…
This Special Fruit Salad is soooo good!! A bit expensive ’cause I splurged on the fruits I added. But, hey, it’s Noche Buena — a special time of the year!
Kayo mga mommies and daddies? Nakapamili na ba kayo ng mga ingredients para sa mga ihahanda nyo sa Noche Buena and Christmas Day? Eh ng gifts for inaanaks and relatives??
Well, kung hindi pa and if you still have some last minute shopping to do just like me. I suggest you do your shopping at Shopwise and take advantage of their Christmas Sale until December 31, 2017! Napakaraming sales, discounts and promos. They even have gift baskets ranging from ₱400 – ₱1,600. I’m sure you’ll be making the most out of your budget and time there.
Sharing with you my Shopwise Christmas Sale shopping and Special Fruit Salad video below.
Special Fruit Salad + Shopwise Christmas Shopping Video
- 1 can of your favorite Fruit Cocktail
- 1 large diced fuji apple, diced
- 1 1/2 cup diced strawberries
- 1/2 cup pitted cherries
- 2 cups seedless grapes
- 2 cups diced dragonfruit
- 1 cup diced cheddar cheese
- 2 cups all-purpose cream
- 1 can condensed milk
- Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well
- Put in the fridge to chill for 4 hours or more before serving.
- Serve cold.
You can put as little or as much fresh fruits as you like. You can also add other fruits like mango or kiwi.
♥ If you make this recipe, be sure to snap a photo and tag @thepeachkitchen on Instagram (OR hashtag it #thepeachkitchen). I’d love to see what you cook!
This looks super delicious and I do love the colours the fruits bring to the whole salad, so pretty.
The perfect fruit salad for a backyard bbq or any occasion. Always love fruit on a hot summers day.
I love Fruit salad! It’s one of the staple Noche Buena “handa” in our table during Christmas.
This looks so delicious! I love fruit salad! and it is quite healthy (at least healthier than all the cakes) so just perfect for now!
this looks like the fruit salad my lovely grandmother would make! I can’t wait to try this yummy recipe!
Oh I just loved those colours
Most colourful more goodness in it
Hmm getting back to my homeland’s favorite dish on holidays, I believe it’s called fruit desset in Eruope, people hear thinks that salad is actually an dietic one but in our homeland fruit salad is one of my favorite, espeically that nata de coco and gulaman. I have made only 2 times since it’s difficult to buy the right ingredients when your in a foreign land. But your’s looks pretty delicious I would love to have a bite though 🙂 Happy Holidays!
This sounds really amazing. I’m a big fruit lover and am trying to make dishes like this to get the grandkids to eat more fruit. I’d probably put a little cool whip in mine though.
That fruit salad looks amazing! I may just have to make it for our New Years gathering. something that the kids and adults both will love.
I always love a good fruit salad. And this one looks delicious. I will have to try it out sometime. Usually I just use a whole bunch of cut up fruit but you have some different ways to enhance all the flavors I would love to try out.