Fruity Christmas Tree

Fruity Christmas Tree
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Prep: 30 min
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Cost: $


  • 1 large apple
  • 1 long straight carrot
  • 1 packet of toothpicks
  • 1/2 cup green grapes
  • 1/2 cup purple grapes
  • 1 kiwi fruit sliced
  • 1 punnet of strawberries
  • 4 slices of pineapple cut into small triangles
  • 1/4 rockmelon


  1. Cut off the base of the apple to create a stable flat base
  2. Use a knife or an apple corer to create a hole in the top of the apple and insert the carrot – this carrot will act as the trunk or central part of the Christmas tree
  3. Insert toothpicks evenly all over the apple and the carrot – these toothpicks will act as the boughs of the Christmas tree
  4. Using the rockmelon, cut one slice into the shape of a star and cut the rest of the rockmelon into small triangles
  5. Pin all the pieces of fruit to the toothpicks. Space colours evenly over the tree
  6. Pin rockmelon star to the top of the tree
  7. Place tree on a plate in the middle of the table for your guests to enjoy

Serves in 1 portion

  • Fruit1

What was swapped?

High calorie traditional Christmas desserts like Christmas pudding can be swapped for this refreshing fresh fruit alternative!


If you have a melon ball utensil, cut rockmelon into balls instead of triangles

For an interesting addition, provide a bowl of natural yoghurt as a dip

Great activity for kids!

For another Christmas dessert, try Merry Berry Trifle

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