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    Edible Fruit Christmas Tree

    • Holly Patiño

      Healthy Christmas Tree Food Art! Click on the link for more ideas (and remember to PIN IT)! #Christmas #healthy #health #ChristmasTree #tree #food #art #foodart #weightloss #decor #holiday

    • Tiffany Maskew

      (I'd add some yummy whippy dip to this for the holidays... maybe some fun metallic, edible glitter too) Fruit Christmas tree #Healthy and #Child-Friendly #Fun Food #Craft idea

    • Lyssa Galbreath

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    • EmilyCaly

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    • Krystal Group

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    • Kerry Gruber Vella

      Edible fruit Christmas tree! Great Aussie Christmas idea - may not appeal to those cold-climate Christmas areas!

    • Deb Foster

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    • Shan Quinn

      Edible Fruit Christmas Tree - healthy party food. Note: Since many people asked me how this tree was made I am updating this post with the instructions on how you can make an edible tree like this one! Source: Inspired from a supermarket holiday flier. Material: 1 styrofoam cone (small or medium size) from your local craft store. (I got mine from Michaels). Toothpicks Cookie cutters with various shapes (I used a gingerbread-man shaped and a star shaped cutter) Assorted fruits - I used green and black grapes, strawberries, kiwis, dried cranberries and a honeydew melon. Cilantro garnish. Steps: My styrofoam cone was green in color, if you only have a white one then I suppose you could drape some green paper on a white cone or attach fruits very densely so it resembles more like a tree trunk. Using the cookie cutters create various shapes out of the melon slices. Attach toothpicks to the styrofoam cone. Attach one piece each of a fruit to a toothpick. (Think free-form; as the tree starts building you will know more about which fruit combinations are looking better and how densely packed you want your tree to be). Continue building the tree as dense as you want! Use cilantro leaves as grass garnish. Enjoy your new edible fruit tree!! You might also like:

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