This is something that’s very easy to prepare although the one in the picture wasn’t prepared by me. Back home, this is popular during xmas or new year’s day, but abroad, fruit cocktail isn’t as expensive so we can afford to have it during ordinary days. The price is similar to that of fresh fruits & they’re not as popular due to sugar content, I guess. By the way, a can of local fruit cocktail here consists of peaches, pineapple, apple, local cherries & nata de coco. You may add as many type of fruit as u want like banana, macapuno (I call ‘mutant’ coconut) & grapes. Some even mix sago (tapioca or pearl balls) & cheese.
1 can of fruit cocktail, drained ( u may set aside the juice for other recipes like pork hamonado)
1 cup of all-purpose cream
1/2 cup condensed milk or sugar (optional)
Mix everything & that’s about it! Chill before serving.
Avoid fruits and nuts. You are what you eat. – Jim Davis