How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

Make a colorful Easter Fruit Tray for your family to nibble on for breakfast or a healthy snack in between meals. It makes for a healthier alternative to chocolate and looks so adorable too. It’s such a cute way to serve healthy fruit to the kiddos! In addition, the colorful fruit platter will make a wonderful centerpiece for your table on the day.

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray
An Easter Pineapple Fruit Bunny is so cute and surrounded by delicious ripe strawberries.



 


How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray
Pizza may be high in fats and calories so how about a fruit pizza shaped like an egg? Include items such as kiwis, mandarin slices and grapes.

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray
This Melon Bunny Fruit Bowl will go down a treat for your Spring time Celebration. Carve a watermelon into a bunny shape and cut the fruit into slices to arrange them into the bunny. Put the fruit bowl or platter in the fridge and make it a ever cooler refreshment after egg hunting, enjoy~

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray
This would be great for Easter pot luck at church. It’s Easy and pretty!

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray
This Easter Cross Fruit tray is super easy to make. Use half a pineapple, 2 apples, 8oz strawberries, 8oz grapes, and 8oz mandarin oranges. Wash all the fruit, cut and assemble. You will want to soak the apples in lime juice for a few minutes after cutting. Serve with a fruit dip.

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray

How to Make an Easter Fruit Tray


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