The Ultimate Fruit Leftover Dessert -- A Recipe to Start The Season in Style

"A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin, what else does a man Need to be happy? " Albert Einstein.

Today I wanted to share with you one of my favorite fruit recipes. The more I make this fruit dessert the more I enjoy it ! Why?...because it is an AMAZING, Effective and --not to mention Tasty way to use *Fruit Leftovers*. 

To make this dessert you can use any fruit of your choice; strawberries, peaches, apples, grapefruit, etc. It is absolutely versatile and it could be serve over vanilla cake, chocolate cake, ice cream, crepes, pancakes and even cereal! Sautéed fruit could also be used as a pie filling-- Is quick to cook, is fresh, healthy (is not canned fruit) and works wonders for your fruit pie. 
Let Us Not Waste Our ​​fruit!

Do you have a favorite fruit or veg leftover recipe?

I wish you all a colorful rest of the week!

Sautéed Fruit Dessert
Serves 2

1 Medium red apple, sliced
3 Pineapple Slices
1 Medium plum, sliced
1/2 Big green Apple, sliced
3 Tbsp unsalted butter
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 C. Soft brown sugar

In a medium fry pan, melt butter. Add sugar, fruit and lemon juice. Cook for 4-5 minutes--
stir while cooking--or until fruit is soft and golden brown. Serve over vanilla cake, chocolate cake, ice cream,crepes,pancakes or cereal. And it could also be used as pie filling.


foodtravelandwine said...

Te quedaron deliciosas estas frutas....vere si me queda algun "leftover" para probarlo....somos tan buenos para comer fruta natural que no siempre nos queda algo....una hermosura tu foto!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

Dimah said...

Wow this sounds so fresh and delicious!

Barbara said...

What a delectable idea!

quicks said...

This is a fabulous idea! It looks very easy and quick to prepare and I'm sure it will make my mouth water as well. I'll make this for dessert tonight.

Thanks for sharing :)

El dia mas dulce said...

Aldi, que foto mas bonita...la fruta siempre apetece y me has dado una idea par ael desayuno de este fin de semana, pero no lo haré con "leftover" sino con piezas nuevas, aqui no sobra fruta, casi nunca.
Un beso

Mexico in my kitchen said...

Easy and lovely as you do. :)

What is the sauce in the small container? A dipping sauce or leftover syrup from the pan?

Have a great day!


encintura said...

Riquísima idea. Y la foto es preciosa.


Al Dente Gourmet said...

@ Mely, The sauce in the small dish is the leftover syrup from the pan! And is sooo good :)

Me alegro que te haya gustado,



Magic of Spice said...

What a wonderful idea... definitely a lovely dessert!

Gabriela, clavo y canela said...

Nunca hice la fruta de esta manera, que buena idea! debe quedar muuuy rica..

Miri Leigh said...

Looks simply lovely. Thanks for posting!

elle marie said...

I really wish I had an abundance in fruity leftovers.. which reminds me.. I need to buy some fruit this weekend.

Prieta said...

Lovely dessert and beautiful presentation. I really enjoy visiting your blog. Your food is pleasing to the tummy and to the eye. What a great convination!

Kako said...

Me sumo a los comentarios, la foto es preciosa, adoro las frutas, esto es una invitación para recibir la primavera.
Un beso.

Al Dente Gourmet said...

Thanks BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE! Feeling the LOVE <3


Gracias GENTE LINDA! Hermosas palabras.


Al Dente Gourmet said...

@ Prieta, Ooo, I'm flattered. Much appreciated :) I'm very happy you enjoy this blog of mine :)


tasteofbeirut said...

Great dessert and a proof once again that one does not need fancy ingredients and elaborate cakes to make satisfying desserts!

matbakhun said...

hi i'm nabeela i really love your dishes they are mouth-watery would you like to post them on my blog..the link for posting is here:

Al Dente Gourmet said...

@ nabeela, Thanks I'll keep that in mind :)


wan maznah said...

hi al dente. u hav got quite a lot of recipes here. must visit u again. fruit saute' in butter must be very yummy huh

grace said...

waste not, want not! sometimes i have to force myself to eat leftovers, but that wouldn't be the case if they came in pie form--delicious idea!

Al Dente Gourmet said...

@ wan maznah, Hi nice to meet you. Happy you liked it :)

@ Grace, Really ? he he :) Thanks!

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