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Warm Fruit Compote

Warm Fruit Compote

"Mary Ann Jonns relies on the convenience of canned goods and her slow cooker to make this old-fashioned side dish. Full of peaches, pears, pineapple and apricots, it makes a heart-warmed accompaniment to holiday menus in her Midlothian, Illinois home."
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Ingredients

2 h 10 m servings
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  1. In a 5-qt. slow cooker, combine the peaches, pears, pineapple and apricots. Top with pie filling. Cover and cook on high for 2 hours or until heated through. Serve with a slotted spoon.

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Five star recipe with some additions (the initial recipe was a little bland for my taste). Add a splash of vanilla, some nutmeg, and some cinnamon to taste and it becomes a perfect side dish for...

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This recipe is very sweet and the leftovers deteriorated quickly because of the pears in the recipe.

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Five star recipe with some additions (the initial recipe was a little bland for my taste). Add a splash of vanilla, some nutmeg, and some cinnamon to taste and it becomes a perfect side dish for...

Left out the pineapple but included some golden raisins as well as dried cranberries. Added a little bit of port and a cinnamon stick, cloves and vanilla. Very yummy.

We just loved this recipe something different better than cherry pie. I added a can of tropical fruit instead of 2 cans of pears, and I used 1 larger can of peaches. I took it to a family gather...

I made this the first time for a potluck for work. Everyone is still asking for the recipe. It would be so awesome over vanilla ice cream or add rum for some adult friends. A great cold weather ...

This recipe is very sweet and the leftovers deteriorated quickly because of the pears in the recipe.

Turned out very soupy and not very tasty. My family wouldn't eat it.

Easy and good. I added vanilla based on other suggestions and did not like it, so will leave it out next time. Nice to take for a brunch or luncheon.

This was just okay for us. I'm not a big fan of canned fruit, so it is just a personal preference. It tasted like canned fruit salad warmed up. I made it as stated, but I don't think I'll make...

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