This tasty starry sky Fruit Christmas Tree makes a statement on any Christmas food table. Perfect for parties, breakfasts & healthy treats.
North Pole Breakfast
GF, DF, Vegan
North Pole Breakfast
GF, DF, Vegan
We like to think this Fruit Christmas Tree Board has a little Van Gogh Starry Night appeal!
Of course being far too generous to ourselves but it does conjure up some of that mystical whimsy in its design. It’ll make a striking Christmas fruit platter and may just tempt even the fussiest eaters to try a little.
Perfect for parties, breakfasts, North Pole Breakfasts or as a Christmas Dessert board. What other art masterpieces can you bring to life at the Christmas table?!
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The great thing about this fruit Christmas tree platter is its versatility. Don’t like something or can’t get hold of it … not an issue. Simply switch it. Here’s some suggestions for you:
- Switch the kiwi fruit for green apple slices or pear (just remember to have everything else ready to go first and serve immediately).
- Not a fan of grapes or blueberries? Just used 100% of the other.
- Pomegranate arils can be replaced by redcurrants, cranberries or small pieces of raspberry / strawberry.
- Exchange the clementine for a slice of star fruit if you can find one.
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How To Make A Fruit Christmas Tree Board
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Please note the ingredient weights are only guidelines as of course this Fruit Christmas Tree can be adjusted to suit any size or board you fancy!
Fruit Christmas Tree Board
- 500 g red or black grapes washed
- 500 g blueberries washed
- 6-8 kiwi fruit
- 1 clementine or equivalent
- 1 handful pomegranate arils
- 1 banana
- Cut the grapes in half and mix in a bowl with the blueberries. Set aside.
- Peel and slice the kiwi fruit into pieces approximately 1/2 cm thick.
- On a large board, arrange the kiwi fruit slices to create a Christmas tree shape (including small tree trunk). Start at the top of the tree and work downwards layering slices as you go.
- Peel the clementine and separate the segments almost completely but leaving in a circle shape if possible. Gentle spread out the segments to form a star shape and place at the top of the tree. Remove segments if necessary to create the shape.
- Scatter the pomegranate arils over the tree.
- Fill in the rest of the board with the blueberry / grape mixture.
- Peel and slice a few pieces of banana, each approximately 3/4 cm thick. Using a sharp knife, carefully cut each slice into a star shape and dot these around on top of the blueberry / grape mix.
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