Christmas Wreath Fruit Tray

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Christmas fruit trays are a great way to serve a healthy festive treat at a Christmas party or on Christmas morning.  This Christmas fruit platter is shaped like a Christmas wreath, and is easy to make with grapes and berries.

Christmas fruit tray that looks like a Christmas wreath, with text overlay reading "Christmas Wreath Fruit Tray."

I always make sweet baked goodies for Christmas morning (cinnamon rolls and sour cream coffee cake are an absolute must), but it's nice to have a healthier option available, too.  This Christmas fruit tray that looks like a Christmas wreath is the perfect combination of festive and healthy!  If you want to add a little more delicious decadence, you can make some cream cheese fruit dip to go along with your Christmas fruit platter.

Green grapes, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries on a white marble surface.

Ingredients for Wreath Shape Christmas Fruit Tray:

  • green grapes
  • raspberries
  • blackberries
  • blueberries

Green grapes cut into small clusters to make a Christmas wreath shaped Christmas Fruit Tray.

Cut the grapes into small, grab-able, snack-sized clusters.

Christmas Fruit Tray that looks like a Christmas wreath, made from green grapes, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries.

Arrange the grapes around the perimeter of a round plate in a wreath shape.  Dot with red raspberries.  Fill the center of the wreath with contrasting, darker fruits (blueberries and blackberries worked perfectly).

This fruit tray is great for Christmas morning, and it's also the perfect fast, easy, and festive fruit tray for a Christmas party.  You could even make a delicious fruit dip to go along with the tray if you wanted to make it a little more decadent.

Other Christmas Fruit Tray Ideas:

Looking for more Christmas fruit tray inspiration?  Check out these creative ideas.

A kiwi and strawberry Christmas tree shaped fruit tray from Desire Empire.

An incredibly elegant Christmas tree shaped fruit and cheese platter from Muy Bueno Cookbook (the use of star fruit is brilliant!).

If you're feeling ambitious, check out this amazing 3D (standing!) Christmas tree fruit display from Iowa Girl Eats!


Nicole Wills, creator of Tikkido

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