Christmas fruit tray ideas

Add a healthy and festive touch to your holiday spread with these creative Christmas fruit tray ideas. Discover unique and tasty ways to present a variety of fruits that will impress your guests.
Some of you may remember the gnarly (and slightly evil-looking) Mr. Fruit Head my mom made last year for our Family Reunion. This year she decided to make Rainbow Fruit Kabobs. How beautiful are th... Snacks, Appetisers, Party Snacks, Fruit, Party Food, Fruit Tray, Appetizer Snacks, Appetizers, Rainbow Fruit Kabobs

Some of you may remember the gnarly (and slightly evil-looking) Mr. Fruit Head my mom made last year for our Family Reunion. This year she decided to make Rainbow Fruit Kabobs. How beautiful are these?! You will need… Raspberries Mandarin Orange Segments Pineapple, cut into chunks Green Grapes Purple Grapes Blueberries Skewers Thread fruit onto […]

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Mitzie Spainhour
Christmas Appetizers, Desserts, Fruit Christmas Tree, Christmas Veggie Tray, Christmas Fruit, Christmas Dinner, Christmas Food, Christmas Cooking, Christmas Breakfast

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Tammy Sidler
Fruit, Snacks, Natal, Cake, Ideas, Christmas Dishes, Christmas Food, Christmas Snacks, Christmas Cooking

We consume so much sugar and junk during the holidays that sometimes you just need a healthier option! And what a pretty one this Christmas fruit wreath is! It’s so simple you guys. Add your favorite fruit dip in the middle and you have the perfect compliment to any Christmas gathering. In fact, you bring this and people will be in awe of your creative in the kitchen skills. You can certainly sub other fruits and garnishes. I love keeping the green and red theme. What you’ll need: *Bunches…

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Debbie Wood
Fruit, Eten, Half, Honduras, Kuchen, Party, Postres, Berries, Grandparents

There aren’t many fruits I don’t love, and it would be difficult for me to narrow down to a favorite; although, eating fresh mango in Honduras or an Açaí bowl in Brazil made from the berries right in front of me are two experiences I’d love to many times again. When my brother and I were little, during our summers, my mom and grandparents would split a watermelon in half and set it on a couple of plates for my brother and me. We’d sit at the picnic table with our hands behind our backs and…

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