• I think I would definitely try it warm and with crème fraîche. Woot! I think this is the first time I’ve commented so quickly after you put up a post 🙂

    • Hey There Jeri, WOW, look at you go and you beat Cheryl too. This is just the simplest ever recipe and I LOVE it warmed. 🙂

  • I can’t believe Jeri beat me today and commented first. Big sigh… recipe looks delish!

    • Yep, she beat you to the punch… LOL. It’s amazingly good for how simple it is. 🙂

  • dried fruit, especially apricots, won’t make it that far around me. This recipe looks pretty simple, but I love them too much to wait even that long.

    • Hi Mike, LOL… then I would suggest only using the other fruits in this recipe. 🙂

  • The best part about this – it’s not full of sugar! So much of the dried “fruit” you buy at the store are super loaded, so this is refreshing to see.

    • Hi Dan, That is one of the reasons I liked it so much. It really is a very refreshing change from all the sugar ladened items we have on hand at this time of year. 🙂

  • The best part about this – it’s not full of sugar! So much of the dried “fruit” you buy at the store are super loaded, so this is refreshing to see.

  • Stephanie Ruby Feldman

    Sounds easy and yummy! perhaps even a great gift!

    • Hi Stephanie, It really is. The hard part is waiting for it to be done. I have given it away as a gift and people have loved it. 🙂

  • Julie

    Oh yumm, I have looking for a recipe like this. Thank you and I LOVE your contest.

  • Grace

    This looks good and EASY! I’m going to give it a try

    • Hi Grace, Easy is what it is. They are just the best when you’re looking for something a bit different. 🙂

  • Oh, so simple, and looks delicious!! Yum

    • Hi Jamie, It really is and one I really enjoy making. 🙂

  • Stan

    I have a German crock that my mother had, where she would put the fruits in. The only difference in her recipe, was she used Rum instead of the Juice.

    • Hi Stan, I know what you mean and I have done that too. It’s different but just as good. This recipe is for the people who prefer no alcohol. 🙂

  • Oh, I love compote. This would be great to top a baked brie

    • Hi Patrick, It’s funny you should mention that. I chop them up a bit and add them to baked brie and it’s yummy

  • Martin Casper

    Compotes like these can be used in so many ways. I love multi-dimensional stuff! Looks yummy!

    • Hi Martin, They really can and my favorite thing about this recipe. Happy Holidays my friend. 🙂

  • Claire Cappetta

    Looks and sounds delicious! Just wondering if a little brandy added would give it a little Christmas flavor… Or would that just be me! lol ;-D

    • Hi Claire, It’s one of those dishes that’s nice to have on hand when you need something other then sugar… LOL. Oh, and a good Brandy would work very well with this… LOL.

  • Lisa J. Jackson

    This is a great suggestion for a breakfast side – or maybe as a ‘summit’ treat when I go hiking. I appreciate the book references you’ve been giving us too. These posts are really quite inspiring to me. I’d love to make something myself instead of buying it premade. Thank you again! (and I think I’ve caught up with the posts – it’s been a hectic week for me and I couldn’t get here until now).

    • Hi Lisa, Ah, not to worry. I do understand the work thing. I’m glad the book references have been helpful. They are some of my favorites for a reason. :). You’ll love how easy and versatile this recipe is. 🙂

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