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Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins.

Hello friends, are you looking for some simple fruit platter ideas?

Fruit always looks more appealing when it has been chopped up and laid out nicely on a plate. Also making a fruit tray ahead of time can save time when you are rushing around and want to serve it.

Don’t you think this too?

If I mention to my youngest children go grab an apple or an orange for a snack they usually want me to peel it for them or say I’ll have one later.

If I chop it up all ready for them you can guarantee they will eat it.

How lovely are these fruit plates?

Full of yumminess, colour and vitamins.

So, so yummy too.

Today I am sharing some simple fruit plate platter ideas with you:

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins:

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

1.) Layer It Up:

Layering a few different kind of fruits it can make fruit look more appealing. peel, chop and pop on a plate.

Who could refuse this plate of yummy vitamins and colour?

Try sprinkling a few different nuts and berries on top.

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

2.) Heart Shaped Fruits:

We love cutting hearts out of fruits.

Watermelon and strawberries being our favourites to make into a heart.

Chop a thin slice of watermelon and the cut out some hearts, lovely!!

To make hearts out of strawberries I usually pick out the biggest ones and then cut them in half first.

Make a pretty pattern on your plate with some blueberries or seasonal berries.

Look, a work of art!

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

3.) Minimal:

Spacing out your fruit or berries to make the plate look inviting.

For an extra special treat or dinner party idea, melt a little chocolate and drizzle over the strawberries in zigzag lines to make the plate look great.

Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

4.) Plate Up:

Make a few different plates of fruit up the night before and cover with clingfilm.

Perfect for if you’re always rushing in the morning.

Grab your plate and breakfast is served.

5.) Plan Ahead:

Plan your fruit servings around your day and get them ready and stored in the fridge.

Nothing worse than if you buy a pineapple and want to eat it but in a rush.

Chopping it up hours before when you have spare time is a lot better.

All ready for when you need it, perfect.

6.) Make Fun Fruit:

If you have young children, make fruit fun.

Getting creative is so exciting when you’re a kid.

7.) Try Something Different:

How about making up so fruit kebabs?

Traffic light fruits?

Stacking fruits up?

The possibilities are endless!

8.) Get Creative:

Try something new and get all creative. So much fun to be had trying out new things.

I need to go look for some fruit now!!

How about you?

Do you like my fruit inspiration post?

Love to hear your thoughts!?

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Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins

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8 responses to “Fruit Plate Inspiration Full Of Colour And Vitamins”

  1. Tom says:

    Dear, you are an artist with too much time on your hands. This is lovely!

  2. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Gorgeous Pinned and shared. Thanks for linking up at #ThursdayFavoriteThings! I hope you will join me Monday at #OverTheMoon!

  3. myrealfairy.com says:

    Did you take all of these?? They are so good:) You're right about making things look so good that the kids cant' fail but want to dig in.mainy – myrealfairy#bloggerclubuk

  4. Emma Major says:

    Yum yum yum.You're making me plan my fruit salad in a whole new way

  5. Emma Major says:

    Yum yum yum.You're making me plan my fruit salad in a whole new way

  6. Mudpie Fridays says:

    There is definitely something about cut fruit and the fact it is more appealing. Monkey will eat so much more of it if its cut up! Thank you for joining us at #BloggerClubUK hope to see you again this week x

  7. The Invisible Insomniac says:

    And today I will be greeting the children after school with a beautifully colourful platter of healthy fruit, thank you for the inspiration 🙂

  8. Morgan Prince says:

    Some great ideas here, and you're right fruit does look better when it's cut up on a plate. :)#weekendbloghop

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