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Just before serving cut licorice into seven 3-in. Strips on each side of cherry for whiskers. Strip into a semicircle and place 1-1/2 in. Connect nose to mouth with one 1-1/2-in. For eyelashes, place three 1-1/2-in.

Again cut shapes into the pineapple. When you have all of your fruit cut out, it’s time to assemble your platter. Begin by placing the non-shaped pieces of fruit on the bottom and the edges of the platter.

Let us know if you did add or change something, we’d love to see your version. Using the pineapple chunks, make the face of the bunny. Cut the other half of the strawberry into six vertical skinny pieces for the whiskers. Welcome to Flawless Food, where you will find tried and tested recipes from Kay & Luke’s kitchen to your screen. Keep checking back as we update with new meal ideas weekly. We used two sized flower cutters as with the hearts and used two different colour melons.

It’s also vegetarian and gluten-free, and if wanted to make vegan dairy-free remember to use check the ingredients used to decorate the cutout fruit faces. If you want to really liven up your Easter festivities, use some of these other spring recipes and Easter treats. Slice your red pepper thin and place them in the center of the crackers to look like the inside of the bunny’s ears. Then just fill the tray with your favorite veggies. We love using carrots, broccoli, and cucumbers but you can add whichever vegetables your family likes best. You will be among the first to her about new products, recipes, exclusive deals and special offers.

Use reserved two large pieces of pear for the teeth. Create bunny’s whiskers with string cheese strands. Set aside two larger pear pieces to use for the bunny’s teeth. Using a 15×12-inch serving platter, starting with the bunny’s cheeks, sza before plastic surgery arrange the pineapple in two circles. In the center of each, place two pear circles to make the whites of the eyes and place a blueberry in the center of each for the pupil. Place a raspberry in the center of the face for the nose.

Firstly, start by prepping the fruit. Also, be sure to assemble the fruit on the platter you want to showcase it on. Here I used a round white platter similar to this Mikasa French Countryside Round Serving Platter. Keep the fruit cold by placing the tray over a tray of ice. Store – Cover and store in the refrigerator.

You can even get the whole family involved in making this Easter bunny fruit tray. Everyone enjoys helping make delicious recipes, and fruit trays are simple enough that even the little ones can contribute. I love to serve this funny bunny fruit platter for Easter brunch, but truthfully you could serve year round whenever there are get togethers involving kids. This one is super fun to put together and you could swap whatever fruits you have on hand. You could even do honeydew instead of cantaloupe for the bunny.

Substitute whatever fruits you have on hand for this fruit platter. Cut the melon in half and scoop out the seeds and junk in the inside. Place one half of the melon to make the “bunny head” in the middle of the platter. With the other half, cut out the ears for the bunny and lay those on the platter.