Fruit platters are an easy appetizer for any party and with the holidays fast approaching, you are going to find them perfect for all your events. Fruit is a healthy way to satisfy a sweet craving and you can fill up on vitamins and minerals for a very few calories, which leaves less room for unhealthy appetizers and meals that go hand in hand with parties. You can lay out fruit in many ways and the presentation of your fruit platters makes them fun for everyone.
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Round out fruit platters by making them heartier and pile them with meats, crackers and cheeses.
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If you can't find your favorite fruits fresh and in season, try dried ones instead.
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Use skewers to create a fruit masterpiece like this one. Looks tasty, doesn't it?
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I love how all the fruit is in separate bowls. It would be hard to decide where to start first.
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Make any celebration a colorful affair with a rainbow made out of fruit.
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What an adorable way to celebrate the winter holidays! And tasty too.
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Combine fruit with pinwheels and deviled eggs for a filling appetizer tray that everyone will love.
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Serve fruit with dip to make it even tastier. Kids love dip and they will gobble it right up.
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Use chopped fruit to create a pattern or image that goes with your theme or event.
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Here's another tasty looking dip that will go fast. Make extra!
This would be perfect for a baby shower. It's cute, isn't it?
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With Thanksgiving coming, this cute fruit platter arranged like a turkey is perfect as a pre-dinner snack.
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Arrange your fruit in these long, elegant dishes for a great presentation.
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I love the pineapple tree! The fruit surrounding it looks so fresh and juicy. Yum!
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This simple fruit arrangement comes together quickly, but looks stunning.
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This adorable Halloween themed fruit platter is fun and is super easy to put together.
Make your fruit platter stand out by arranging a burst of fruit shapes like these.
Load your fruit platter up like this one and no one is going to go hungry.
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This is absolutely perfect for classroom holiday parties. And so easy to make that the kids could do it.
This is a great way to make your fruit platter portable and easy to eat. Kids will love this!
Here's another perfect fruit creation that's almost too pretty to eat.
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It looks elaborate and fancy, but it doesn't take a ton of skill to create something like this.
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Get your kids to eat their fruit by making it look fancy and fun like this.
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Cutting the fruit into thin, flat slices makes it easier to eat and allows you to create an arrangement that looks like this.
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A large cutting board is the perfect thing for displaying your fruit platter.
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It's like looking through that favorite childhood toy! This looks tasty, don't you think?
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Cute, right? What kid wouldn't want to eat one of these cute fruit monsters?
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Hollowed out pineapples make the perfect bowls for serving melon balls or other diced fruit.
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I really like how this tray is piled high instead of laid out completely flat.
Isn't this a beautiful way to arrange fruit? It would be so fun to lay it out.
Do you serve fruit at your gatherings? Will you create a fruit platter like any of these? Let me know how it goes.
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