Easy Festive Fall Fruit Soup Recipe

This easy festive fall fruit soup uses fresh fall apples, pears, and cranberries and is a delicious healthy alternative to traditional fall desserts. While I love crisps, crumbles, and pies, they aren’t exactly healthy desserts for the most part. This fall fruit soup recipe is sweet enough to be considered a light fruit dessert without being unhealthy. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Easy festive fall fruit soup recipe

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Easy Festive Fall Fruit Soup Recipe

While summer soups are generally enjoyed cold, this fall fruit soup recipe is enjoyed hot or warm. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy a warm dessert but can also be served as an appetizer. Included apples, pears, and cranberries because that’s what I have on hand. You can also include other fall fruits like plums or figs if you have them.

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Easy Festive Fall Fruit Soup Recipe

5 minPrep Time

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6 minCook Time

11 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 small apples, peeled and sliced
  • 2 small pears, peeled and sliced
  • 1 cup of cranberries, fresh
  • 2 cups of fall juice (apple cider, apple juice, cranberry juice, etc.)
  • 2 sticks of cinnamon
  • stevia, optional to sweeten

Instructions

  1. Place everything in a pot and bring to a boil. Simmer until the fruit is soft.
  2. I don't feel this needs sweetener since the juice is already sweet but if you do, you can add stevia or another healthy sweetener.
  3. Remove the cinnamon sticks and serve.
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This is an absolutely delicious healthy dessert that would work for any time fall fruits are in season. Because the fall fruits make it so colorful, this fall fruit soup recipe would be perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas as well. Everyone will enjoy this easy fruit soup recipe.

As a tip, please be sure that you use food grade cinnamon sticks. The ones that you buy at the craft store are not food grade and may have additives added. You can find them at a bulk store or this is a great price for the whole cinnamon sticks on Amazon. Have you tried any other fruit soup recipes?

Easy festive fall fruit soup recipe

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Comments

  1. I love this recipe! Its almost like a fruit cocktail but for the Fall. Definitely a great alternative to all of the sugary treats that are usually on the dessert table!
  2. I also thought this would be a good substitute for those fruit ambrosia salads, like my grandma used to make. She was a darn good cook but she piled on the calories with the traditional holiday foods. This would look so pretty on the holiday table too. Love the cinnamon sticks--I don't use them often enough in recipes.
  3. Carrie Smith says:
    This looks so delicious! I do love my sweets but this is a much healthier alternative. Thanks for the recipe!

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