Sam’s Club No Bake Challenge: Fall Fruit Salad Recipe – Giveaway


I was asked to share a no bake recipe that we like to enjoy. I like buying in bulk because it gives me plenty of uses for the products, and produce I purchase. One recipe I wanted to share is so simple and perfectly fall. It’s so easy to make that I had my 3 year old help me out. Cooking and baking with my kids not only keeps their minds active and happy but also is a great way to spend time with them. You can either make this recipe in the morning before you head off for the day or the night before. It makes the perfect breakfast addition, or healthy snack and lunch during the day.

Fall Fruit Salad Recipe:


  • 1 apple
  • 1 pear
  • 1/2 cup of walnuts or your favorite nut
  • 1/2 cup raisins
  • 1 tsp AllSpice
  • 1TSP Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup (or less) of raw organic sugar
  • 1 tsp lemon juice

This recipe is so simple, simply chop your pears and apples. Then mix the lemon juice. All all of your other ingredients and mix it all together.

You can easily throw a yogurt in your lunch bag or your child’s and send this salad along as a whole meal. The nuts and raisins make the salad a whole lot more fun and healthy!You can find things like apples and pears, raisins and nuts in bulk and are such healthy things to keep around the house. Shop Sam’s Club


To get your fall recipes started I have one lunch  bag to give away.

Main Entry: To enter, tell me what about your favorite no bake recipes and meals for lunch on the go.

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Giveaway ends 10-31-2012





  1. Summer Bert says

    I pre-cook chicken bites (no breading) or steak bites. I also precut cheese and veggies. Then I just pack them in a togo case with an Ice pack and bam you have a quick handy meal

  2. Richard Morris says

    I like to grill a bunch of hamburgers and hot-dogs and then I just need to reheat them (at home or elsewhere) and get the same (well almost) great taste as when they were first grilled

  3. Angela Kinder says

    My no-bake snack is one of my favorites- I put Swiss cheese on Triscuits with just a little bit of olive oil. About 5 of those and I am full for quite a bit!

  4. Tari Lawson says

    For lunch on the go, especially for the kids, I like putting peanut butter on a tortilla and rolling it up; super easy and portable.

  5. MelissaO says

    My favorite no bake lunch/snack is something my husband makes. Tuna, olive oil, tomatoes, and spices.

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  6. KIM H says

    I pack snacks of nuts and cheese for a snack…but Id say a sandwich is the best on the go food!!

  7. Stephanie Douglas says

    Our lunch on the go is homemade “lunchables”: whole wheat crackers, cut off the block cheese, and deli meat…yum!

  8. susan smoaks says

    I love to take pineapple and mix it with cottage cheese for a nice sturdy, healthy snack!

  9. Kerrie Mayans says

    Not really a recipe but my kids love it when I throw 8 ritz crackers, two slices of cheese and a bunch of pepperoni or salami slices in a bag for them to make their own little cracker sandwiches.

  10. AEKZ2 says

    We like tortilla roll-ups- flour tortilla with cream cheese and a little bit of canned green chile.