Fruit Ambrosia

Total Time:
7 min
2 min
5 min

10 servings

  • 2 cans chunky pineapple
  • 2 cans fruit cocktail
  • 2 cans tropical fruit cocktail
  • 4 cans mandarin oranges
  • 1 large container sour cream
  • 1 bag miniature marshmallows
  • 1 small jar Maraschino cherries

Drain the liquid from all the cans of fruit. Thin the sour cream with whichever fruit juice you would like. Mix all the ingredients together with the thin sour cream.

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    For an adult ambrosia: instead of marshmallows I use condensed milk and add a splash of rum.
    Cut down on canned oranges and added fresh banana slices. Also, my variation on this is to change out the sour cream for whipped cream - can then be a dessert!
    Very delicious! And incredibly easy too, which is always a bonus! I used non-fat sour cream and still tasted great!
    I have been making this recipe every Thanksgiving for the past 4 years. It is always a hit!
    I made this nostalgic recipe. It was easy, fun, and tasted very good.
    I brought a double batch of this to a Communion Party/Brunch. The guests did not know who made it and I could hear them all raving how fabulous it was! I sprinkled coconut shavings on top. Simple and delicious. Thanks Bobby Flay!
    Very good recipe for a holiday dinner - we really enjoyed it. Easy to make, I also cut the recipe in half otherwise we'd be eating it for a month - just my husband, daughter and myself. Very good recipe though!!
    i changed the recipe a little by not adding the pineapple, and only using 1 can of oranges (they arent my fav) and left everything else the same and its is GREAT! very refreshing and cures the cravings
    Best I have ever made any Bobby Flays
    recipes have been awsome
    Absolutely wonderful. This fruit salad is so easy to make and everybody raves about it. I think it is even better the next day.
    I find the Fruit Ambrosia to be a quick easy and delios dessert.
    This is heaven on earth this dish id a tradition of my family as well. And it justisn't Thanksgiving without it
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