Fruit Confits are a delicacy that originated in France. Learn more about fruit confits, how to make them, and where to buy them at Tabstart's Fruit Confits for Sale below.
Fruit Confits for Sale
Liberty Orchards Fruit Confits
Take a look at these affordable fruit confits from Liberty Orchards, which are for sale at Amazon.com. You receive four boxes of this mixed variety of fruit confits.
Paradise Candied Fruit (Fruit Confit)
Paradise Candied Fruit provides a long list of candied fruit (fruit confits) that are for sale through Amazon.com or by using their store locator to purchase in the U.S. If you browse their website, you can also find actual recipes for their delicious products.
Fruit Confit at Confiserie Florian
This Europe Up Close website has a lovely article describing what fruit confits are and also discussing the two locations of the Confiserie Florian in Nice and Grasse, France.
Fruit Confits at Histoire Sucrée
Purchase upscale fruit confits online through the Histoire Sucrée in France. You can find whole fruits that have been candied, including peaches, pears, melons, and pineapples.
Fruit Confits Resources
Making Glazed Fruit: Citron
You can learn how to make your own candied fruit (fruit confits) from this post on David Lebovitz's blog. This resource includes beautiful photos and descriptions for the process.
Recipes That Include Fruit Confit as an Ingredient
Baked Brie and Fruit Confit Recipe
This recipe for baked brie and fruit confit from Epicurious.com is delicious and simple. It requires brie, brown sugar, sliced almonds, butter, an orange, two plums, one pear, cinnamon, and nutmeg. With a glass of white wine you have a delicious hors d'oeuvre!
Thomas Keller's Confit of Peaches with Mint
Take a look at celebrity chef Thomas Keller's (The French Laundry) recipe for confit of peaches with mint. Keller says the secret to making a truly wonderful confit of peaches is "ripe, slightly firm peaches to soak in a simple fruit-infused syrup."