So, in usual style (which is late), Easter was yesterday. I made a few different spring themed dishes for our Easter brunch, including gf mini chocolate coconut donut bird’s nests, a bouquet of flower cupcakes (for my grandma’s 86th Birthday which she recently celebrated) AND a few Easter egg fruit trays. I was up early yesterday dunking donuts in chocolate, crafting mini eggs out of coconut and naturally dying icing to make my cupcake flowers when I remembered I had also told my mom I would bring some fruit for the little ones….Thankfully this is quick and easy. If I had more time I probably would have arranged them even better but you get the idea. Also, the fruit selection at the store wasn’t that great. You could definitely do more. The egg shaped Easter baskets are from the dollar store, I couldn’t find any suitable ones on amazon but a quick google search will turn up a TON.
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I used watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple, green grapes, strawberries, and blueberries. I would have liked to also include kiwis, honeydew melon, banana slices (sliced at the last minute obviously), raspberries, and red grapes.