Cinnamon Pear Apple Fruit Salad Is Simple and Tasty

This cinnamon pear salad is so delicious, especially in the winter.  At that time of year, there are not so many fresh fruits in season. Apples and pears last a long time in the fridge.

The common apple has uncommonly huge health benefits, and how to best enjoy them. Your mom didn’t use the term superfood but she knew about apples. “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” was the first nutritional advice I and many children heard from their moms.  For this reason, we call them “the first superfood.”

Pears have more nutrients per calorie than calories per nutrient (surprising since they are so sweet). They are what I call a Smart Carb. and are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, copper & vitamin K. They are often considered a hypoallergenic fruit that is less likely to produce an adverse response than other fruits by healthcare practitioners making them a great first fruit fed to infants as a safe way to start.

Alkaline Nutritional Tip: Did you know that Pears and Apples are in the highest alkalizing category.

When we think of cinnamon we usually imagine delicious pastries or a hot drink but cinnamon is also full of health benefits.  These benefits are backed by valid scientific research. It is helpful from lowering “bad” HDL cholesterol levels to lowering blood sugar levels.  It makes this cinnamon pear salad taste heavenly.

Time to make my cinnamon pear salad.

Cinnamon Pear Salad

Cinnamon Pear Apple Fruit Salad

This cinnamon pear salad is so delicious, especially in the winter.  At that time of year, there are not so many fresh fruits in season. Apples and pears last a long time in the fridge.
Course Salad
Cuisine gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian
Keyword apple, fruit salad, Gluten-free, pear, salad, Vegan, vegetarian, walnut
Author Diana Herrington


  • 1 small pear
  • 1 small apple
  • 1/2-1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1-2 Tbsp walnuts* soaked
  • 1 Tbsp coconut milk yogurt optional


  • Chop the fruit and walnuts (if using walnuts).
  • Mix all fruits and walnuts together in a bowl.
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon.
  • Add a spoonful of yogurt on top.


Cinnamon Pear Salad Recipe

Find out more about the healthy Ingredients: Pear, Apple, Cinnamon, Walnuts
*For variety use Pumpkin Seeds, soaked
Alkaline Nutritional Tip: Did you know that Pears and Apples are in the highest alkalizing category.
Note: This recipe is specific for our Weight Loss BootCamp.   Check it out!

I hope you enjoyed my cinnamon pear salad.

Note: This recipe is specific for our Weight Loss BootCamp.   Check it out!

More Tasty Pear Recipes

Pear Upside-Down Cake
Pear Upside-Down Cake Is Vegan and Gluten-Free

Green Salad with Pecans and Pears – Here is a way to get lots of greens in with this green salad with pecans and pears. It is naturally sweet and when you add some pecans it becomes incredibly delicious. We know how important it is to get those greens into our bodies every day so here is a way to enjoy them.

 Pear Upside-Down Cake Is Vegan and Gluten-Free – This pear upside-down cake is so delicious and it is gluten-free, vegan which means it is dairy & egg-free. It is made with very healthy ingredients.

Pear Hazelnut Crumble – This is a very healthy dessert filled with healthy pears, coconut oil, oats and the hazelnuts which go so well with the pears making it extra yummy.

 Pear Green Smoothie – Enjoy a delicious ‘Pear Green Smoothie’ for breakfast or an afternoon snack. It is full of superfood ingredients so it is very good for you.

Recipes with apples:


 Enjoy a sugar-free treat made with this wonderful powerfood: Sugarfree Apple Sauce -I love sweets! To help with those sugar cravings in a healthy way, we need to prepare nutritious sweets. I have created lots of sugar-free recipes and here is one of my favorites. Of course, it is more nutritious to eat the fruit raw but sometimes we are looking for that comfort food that is sweet and hot. This is a good fruit sauce that does not have any added sugar and it tastes good too.

 Bake a delicious Apple Cake – This apple cake is gluten-free, vegan and without all that white sugar is my kind of cake. The only sweeteners in it are a little rice syrup and stevia which is actually food for us.  It is also egg-free and dairy-free too which is important as eggs and milk are not good for me. And it is delicious.

 Berry Crumble filled with apples.  This blueberry crumble recipe is so yummy and easy to make. Very healthy too without all that sugar. Also, if you use gluten-free oats then it is gluten-free too.

Yummy Prune Jam is Sugar-Free with Apples and Cinnamon – This prune jam recipe was so easy to make and healthy without all that sugar usually found in jams. It took me just over an hour which included taking lots of photos of the jam too. Adding the cinnamon made it extra delicious. I did add a little stevia to make it sweeter.


Also, Try these delicious Fruit Salads:

Grapefruit Salad Delicious, Beautiful Avocado Grapefruit Salad – This grapefruit salad with avocado is filled with delicious and nutritious ingredients. Grapefruit is a very good fruit for the winter with all the vitamin C in it and it has fat flushing benefits too. Enjoy your grapefruit salad as a starter for your main meal or for your full light meal.

Enjoy a Refreshing Mandarin Orange Fruit Salad – This delicious mandarin oranges fruit salad is refreshing and a great first course for your fancy meal.   Also, it is so easy to make, enjoy it for breakfast or a snack at any time of the day.  It is a favourite of mine in the winter when mandarin oranges are in season.

Immune Booster Fruit Salad – All of the fruits in this salad are immune-boosting and the almonds are good for you too and they are alkalizing.

Spring Cleanse Fruit Salad – Oranges and apples are high in pectin fiber that binds to cholesterol and heavy metals in the body, they help eliminate toxic build-up and to cleanse the intestines. Blueberries are one of the most healing foods. They have antiviral properties and help to block toxins from crossing the blood-brain barrier to gain access to the delicate brain.  This is a delicious recipe for a spring cleanse.

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4 thoughts on “Cinnamon Pear Apple Fruit Salad Is Simple and Tasty”

  1. I loved the sugarfree Chocolate Walnut bark!

    When the recipe calls for “soaked walnuts” what are they soaked in? Can’t wait to try the Cinnamon Pear Apple Fruit Salad and the Spinach Salad with Walnuts!

    Have I seen you on Facebook regarding Fibromyalgia? Or is that someone else? I was diagnosed with FMS in the 80’s but am just about to see a Genetisist for a probable diagnosis of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Evidedently EDS patients are often misdiagnosed with fibro, or maybe we actually have both.

    Thanks so much for your response, have a great 4th.

    1. Lisa, Happy you love that chocolate bar; I do too. For the walnuts you just soak them in water; see SPROUTING NUTS & SEEDS I don’t actually soak them for the bar as it would make them not last so long but you can as long as you keep the chocolate refrigerated and eat them within a week.

      I did write ‘My Fibromyalgia Story’ I am happy to say that after 15 years with it I am totally recovered since 2001. You can email me to discuss this in more depth and how I can help. With most health issues it is possible to resolve them from my experience of working with so many people over the last 12 years.

  2. I was looking at one of your recipes and I happen to see your response to someone in which you told a woman that you had had fibromyalgia but was,for certain reasons, no longer afflicted with it. My sister has had it for years and is in constant pain with it(all over her body). No medication nor doctor has been able to help her yet. Would you mind emailing me with the information as to how you were brought out of your pain. I realize you are probably a very busy woman so don’t feel like you have to respond within the next day or two. The end of the week would be fine if you can do so. Thank you, Shyron Ziglar

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