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  • Baby Strawberry Turtles

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    These cute Strawberry Turtles with dark chocolate are surprisingly easy to make. Top them onto cake or enjoy them as they are.

  • All Things Summer on a Plate

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    This beautiful Summer fruit platter is sure to impress with tasty flip flops, kites, ice cream, fresh roses and beach balls.

  • The Hippo Family

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    This banana Hippo Family needs just a few simple ingredients and is ideal for kids birthdays, themed parties and even New Year's.

  • Sweethearts Platter

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    This delightful fruit platter with strawberries and watermelon is perfect for Valentine’s Day, birthdays or when you just feel like making something fun.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Koala

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    The cutest pair of koalas can be made so easily, using only a few ingredients.

  • Hay There Avocado Ponies

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    Too hot to trot avocado ponies, made only using four ingredients.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Flying Squirrel

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    Watermelon and strawberries unite to make these super cute flying squirrels.

  • Knock, Knock, Hoo's There?

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    We all love strawberries and chocolate together, now they can be cute too.

  • Beetlejuice Kiwis

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    Inspired by the beautiful June beetle, these kiwis with dark chocolate are so tasty, but every bit as fun too.

  • Nuts About You

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    The cutest little avocado squirrel pair, using all of the fruit, including the pit.

  • Kiwi Berry Crabs

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    Kiwi berries are the cutest little fruit. They are perfect for adding to platters or making into little characters like these crabs.

  • The Friend that Walrus Tags Along

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    Don’t you love kiwi berries? They are perfectly sized, ready to eat and super cute. Given their shape, they are also great to use for food art.

  • Love Bugs and Friends

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    With a little something for everyone, these strawberry and chocolate love bugs, pretzel & cheddar cupid arrows and heart peppers are sure to impress.

  • Blooming Good Day Platter

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    Instead of real flowers, you can make this delicious and edible bouquet for your loved ones.

  • Cold Turkey Protein Balls

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    These four-ingredient protein balls are refined sugar-free and gluten-free. They come together in five minutes and are a great Thanksgiving treat.

  • The Pretzel Fireworks Crew

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    These fun chocolate and pretzel fireworks are such a treat. They are great to serve for New Year's or the 4th of July.

  • Mango Cones

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    Nothing says summer like fruit and ice cream cones, so why not have both? These are such a fun and easy treat to make.

  • The Drumstick Family

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    These fruit turkey legs are a perfect healthy snack for Thanksgiving.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Turkey

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    This is the cutest and most delicious Thanksgiving pair using strawberries and chocolate.

  • Acorns and Leaves Platter

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    An Autumnal take on a fruit and vegetable platter, with these kiwi acorns and carrot fallen leaves.

  • Each Other's Side Chick

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    A fun and healthy Easter creation using lemon and avocado, which you can serve for breakfast or as a healthy snack.

  • The Easter Egg Dream Team

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    The cutest Easter banana line-up recipe, featuring a lamb, an egg, a bunny and an Easter egg.

  • You're the Apple of My Eye

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    Try this fun spin on food styling, using long cucumber strips to make this beautiful apple.

  • We Make a Great Pair

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    These cucumber-quilled pears are so fancy and fun.

  • The Swirled Carrot Family

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    A decorative carrot family made using swirled peeled carrots and cucumber.

  • Tulips in a Pot

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    A beautiful flower fruit platter recipe using watermelon, cantaloupe, galia and candy eyes.

  • I Carrot About You

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    The most devoted carrot couple made with fruit. You can stick them onto a skewer and serve them at Easter or garden-themed parties.

  • Every Bunny Needs Some Bunny

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    This avocado bunny couple with their carrots, are so perfect for Easter. You could easily replace the carrots with real Easter chocolate eggs.

  • Panda-emic

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    This panda avocado couple looks so cheeky, with their little pretzel basil bamboo dinner.

  • Oyster & Pearl Duo

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    This Oyster and Pearl Duo is perfect for Mermaid or Ocean-themed birthday parties. It would also work well as a centerpiece on a fruit arrangement.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Corn on the Cob

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    Try this fun fruity take on corn on the cob. You could even add corn holders if you want.

  • The Family Portrait

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    Let's make a fruit family using melon, cucumber and dragonfruit.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Ice Lolly

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    Even if they are just made of fruit, Mr. and Mrs. Ice Lolly are super refreshing for those warmer days.

  • His and Hers Flip Flop

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    This is the most adorable summer snack recipe, made using watermelon, dragonfruit and raspberries.

  • Thanksgiving Feast Platter

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    Try this fun-filled and healthy Thanksgiving platter using an assortment of fruits and vegetables.

  • Grapeful for Easter

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    These kiwi bunnies with grapes are ideal for Easter lunchboxes and festive fruit platters.

  • Carrot Nest Crudités

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    Check out this delightful Easter nest platter made with carrots, hummus and cherry tomato chicks. This is such a fun way to enjoy vegetables.

  • The Strawbunny Family

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    Strawberry Bunnies are a delicious Easter treat.

  • The Carrot Turkey Family

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    Get in the festive spirit with these tasty Thanksgiving turkeys, made with ingredients you will likely already have at home.

  • Fruit Bouquet in a Mango Pot

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    This is a tasty floral platter using watermelon and mango.

  • The Candlelight Dinner Family

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    Nothing says romance like a candlelight dinner. So why not make a banana candlelight dinner family to share with your family?

  • Mr. and Mrs. Rosebud

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    Adorable strawberry rosebuds that are perfect for Valentine's Day.

  • Bee Mine Forever

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    What’s not to love about these cuddled-up mango bees on top of a cantaloupe and dark chocolate beehive? It's the perfect centerpiece for themed parties.

  • The Perfect Matchstick Family

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    Watermelon with chocolate are such a great and tasty snack. I love it even more when it’s cute too, like this little matchstick family.

  • The Rain Cloud Family

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    Make the most out of the rain, with these delicious white chocolate clouds. Perfect as a fun snack.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Parrot

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    Dragonfruit shaped as a parrot with mango and candy eyes is such a great way to have fun with your food.

  • The Mango Giraffe Family

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    Pairing mango with dark chocolate becomes all the more sweet when you turn it into this giraffe family.

  • Vegetable Garden on a Plate

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    Get your kids excited about their vegetables with this charming Spring platter, served with a herby dip.

  • Chasing Rainbows Platter

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    This fruit rainbow is ideal for a kid’s birthday party or when you feel like making something extra special.

  • Snow Good Pretzel Snowflakes

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    Pretzel and white chocolate are the tastiest pairing. With a little piping and some candy eyes, you can make these wonderful festive treats.

  • Licorice Brooms

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    If you like licorice, you have to try these creepy pretzel brooms for Halloween.

  • Licorice Bats & Kiwi Goblins

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    This Halloween platter with licorice bats and kiwi goblins is sure to be a hit with the kids.

  • Cheddar Brooms

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    You can’t go wrong with these spooky (yet tasty) Halloween cheddar brooms.

  • Pac-Man Melon

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    It doesn’t get more nostalgic than Pac-Man. You can make these for 80’s themed parties or to share fun memories with your kids.

  • After School Crudités

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    The cutest welcome home from school snack platter recipe with fruit, veggies and dips.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Donkey

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    Try making this adorable donkey recipe with avocado.

  • Spiderberries

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    These healthy strawberry and dark chocolate spiderberries are a perfectly spooky recipe for Halloween.

  • Spooky Carrots & Hummus

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    This is a great spooky snack recipe for October when the Halloween countdown is on. It’s also a delicious healthy option for Halloween parties.

  • Say Cheese Monsters

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    How fun are these strawberry Halloween monsters with dark chocolate and flaked almonds?

  • Caspear & The Friendly Ghosts

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    Give your pears a little Halloween transformation and make these friendly ghosts. All you need is white chocolate, pears and candy eyes.

  • Pretzel Ghost Family

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    White chocolate and pretzels are a match made in heaven, as is this heavenly ghost family. They are a perfectly spooky recipe for Halloween.

  • A Pear of Mummies

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    These Pear Mummies are one of the fastest and easiest Halloween recipes. You only need two ingredients and ten minutes to make them.

  • Ghosts Who See Ghosts

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    Try these ghosts who see ghosts, made using strawberries and white chocolate. Make them if you dare.

  • The Zombie Mummy Sausage Roll Family

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    These Zombie Mummy Sausage Rolls are delicious for kids and adults and a great addition to any Halloween celebration.

  • Green Mean Halloween

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    Cucumber Ghosts, Kiwi Vampires, Apple Mummies and Kiwi Fiends all together on one spooky plate. So perfect for Halloween parties.

  • If You Got It, Haunt It

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    This is the ultimate Halloween board recipe with fruit and vegetables, savory and sweet - all on one spooky platter.

  • Later, Witches

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    Spooky Halloween platters never looked more terrifying: Watermelon Worms, Bloody Band-Aids, Strawberry Brooms, Snow White Apples and Spooky Tomato Eyes.

  • How to Be FaBOOlous

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    If you want healthier Halloween treats try these Kiwi Brains, Spooky Peppers, Pretzel Webs, Carrot Pumpkins and Toothy Cucumber Monsters.

  • BoneJour

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    Mango & Melon Pirate Coins, Pretzel Bones, Cucumber Spiders and Kiwi Vampires are a fun and healthy alternative for those Halloween parties.

  • Just Boo It

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    You get sweet and savory on one terrifying platter with these Pretzel Vampires, Strawberry Ghosts, Pretzel Brooms and Pepper Frankensteins.

  • Creeping It Reel

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    Halloween treats that are healthy, too, featuring Mummy Pears, Kiwi Aliens, Pretzel Bones, Apple Teeth, Melon and Mango Ghosts.

  • Pumpkin to Talk About

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    This Halloween platter has it all: ghosts, spiderwebs, voodoo dolls, skeletons, skulls and creepy crawlies.

  • Carrot Goldfish

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    I love these swirled carrot goldfish, which you can serve as is for your kids, but you can also top them onto a cracker with some cream cheese.

  • Watermelon Cheese

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    The cheesiest way to serve your watermelon. Think thin pieces of watermelon topped with cheeky strawberry mice.

  • Bone Appétit

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    This is such a cute, yet spooky Halloween platter. My favorite is the Knocked Out Frankensteins!

  • What Ghosts Around, Comes Around

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    Healthy fruit and vegetables unite with this Ghostly Halloween platter recipe.

  • Pumptines

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    Getting your Halloween snacks sorted couldn’t be easier than these clementine pumpkins, or pumptines. Just top with candy eyes and a bit of lime peel.

  • Double Choc Mummies

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    Give your favorite chocolate bars a Halloween makeover with these cute double chocolate mummies made using white chocolate and topped with candy eyes.

  • The No Brainer Platter

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    Try this Watermelon Brain centerpiece with Creepy Carrot Bats, Raspberry Eyeballs and Bat Berries for Halloween.

  • Googly Eyeball Bark

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    Look no further if you want an easy, no-bake Halloween treat for your kids. You can bring it along to parties, or serve it in October lunchboxes.

  • The Gourd Vibes Platter

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    A fun Halloween platter featuring a Mellow Melon Pumpkin, Cucumber Ghouls, Grape Googly Eyes and Cyclops Spiders, perfect for Halloween entertaining.

  • Carrot Weave Pumpkins

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    This is the perfect creative and elegant appetizer for Halloween or Thanksgiving.

  • Crinkle Pumpkin

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    You have to try this adorable Halloween platter with carrots and cucumber. All you need is a crinkle cutter.

  • Fright This Way Platter

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    Check out this deliciously gory Halloween platter featuring Strawberry Piranhas, Ghosts on a Stick, and Grape Cauldrons & Beetles.

  • Hand-holding Ghosts Bark

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    Try this Hand-holding Ghost Bark for a not-so-spooky take on chocolate bark. It’s the perfect gift idea for Halloween.

  • Fleece Navidad

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    There is nothing like a festive lamb to get you in the holiday spirit. Perfect for Christmas or Easter, these banana treats make a fun afternoon snack.

  • Funny Bones

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    These funny bones made with white chocolate and blueberries are as delicious as they are cute.

  • Squad Ghouls Platter

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    These spooky Halloween appetizers probably won’t scare your guests away, but they might be shocked by the cuteness.

  • Scribble Monsters

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    Ice bath meets Halloween chocolate monsters. This technique is so much fun and an excellent activity for kids.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Festive Snail

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    Try this fun and whimsical recipe with marzipan and strawberries. It's perfect to make during the slow run-up to Christmas.

  • Granny Smith Halloween Edition

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    Give your everyday fruit a Halloween makeover with these terrifying Granny Smith treats. You can even get kids involved.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph

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    Everyone will adore this jolly Rudolph couple made with strawberries.

  • Gobble Bites

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    Wow your friends and family this Thanksgiving with these tasty and adorable turkey canapés filled with garlic cream cheese and topped with carrot.

  • Meowy Christmas

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    If you want a fun and festive food art idea to make for your kids, you have to try these adorable strawberries. Meowy Christmas everyone!

  • Halo there

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    Surprise your sweet angels with this beautiful fruit carving idea. It’s so easy to make, and you can even use the same technique for angel pancakes.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Reindeer

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    This fruit reindeer couple may be one of the quickest festive ideas you can make, but that doesn’t mean they lack anything in the cuteness department.

  • Christmas Angels

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    These angelic avocados would make an excellent nutritious snack any time of the year, but they are especially perfect for Christmas.

  • The Hedgehog Family

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    Dark chocolate and blueberry hedgehogs make a delicious and cute treat. Perfect to include on dessert platters, in lunchboxes or after-school snacks.

  • Turkeys to My Heart

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    Fighting over the dip is a thing of the past with these Individual Turkey Crudité Dip Bowls. They are a great way to keep all your guests happy.

  • Clementine Rudolphs

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    Give your holiday fruit a Christmas makeover with these easy Rudolph Clementines. Everyone will adore these fun, healthy snacks.

  • The Snowman Crostini Family

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    Try these adorable Snowman crostini with mozzarella and basil for your next Christmas party.

  • Tree-mendous Grapes

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    Festive grape and white chocolate trees make a wonderful no-bake dessert. You can make these with your kids, enjoy them as snacks or give them as gifts.

  • Tangled Christmas Lights

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    If you love easy and delicious Christmas treats, then you must try these delightful ( pun intended ) dark chocolate and M&M Tangled Christmas lights.

  • Mr. Cheese Frost

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    Get everyone excited about Christmas and cheese with this cheery mozzarella snowman. Serve him as a tasty appetizer with pesto, tapenade or fig jam.

  • Santa Snowy Owls

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    Strawberries and whipped cream, but make it Christmas edition with these lovable Santa Snowy Owls. Perfect to add to your festive platters and boards.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Tree

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    Celebrate the run-up to Christmas with this joyful avocado tree pair. They make a delightful starter on sourdough toast or a fun after-school snack.

  • Team Festive

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    Try these deliciously festive bananas all dressed up for the holidays. We’ve got a jolly Penguin, Snowman, Rudolph and Gingerbread Man.

  • Winter Wonderland

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    Ring in the holidays with this beautiful dessert platter featuring Blueberry Wreaths, Snow Angels, Melted Snowmen and Banana Penguins.

  • Hot Chocolate Rudolphs

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    If you make one thing this holiday season, try these cute Hot Chocolate Rudolphs. Get the kids involved and enjoy hot reindeer drinks all December long.

  • Hot Chocolate Snowflakes

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    Christmas is made all the more cozy with these delightful white chocolate snowflakes. Enjoy them as they are, or with hot milk for a fun, festive treat.

  • Blueberry Snowmen

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    If you’re looking for a tasty Christmas treat, try these adorable blueberry snowmen made with berries and white chocolate.

  • Rice Cake Baubles

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    Let’s make these adorable Christmas treats using chocolate rice cakes. They are so easy and a fun activity to do with the kids.

  • Pear Tourists

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    These deliciously cute Pear Tourists are ready for some sightseeing. They are ideal to serve at going-away parties or as a fun fruit arrangement.

  • Sardine Toast

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    For a playful take on the classic avocado toast, try this version with avocado sardines. I promise it won't taste like fish and will get everyone talking.

  • Valentine Chocolate Hedgehogs

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    Share the love on Valentine’s Day or any day with these easy-to-make and possibly too-cute-to-eat chocolate hedgehog treats.

  • Easy Easter Fruit Carrots

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    For an easy fruit platter idea, check out these Easy Easter Fruit Carrots. They are a perfect addition to your Spring fruit trays.

  • Cutest Chocolate Easter Lamb

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    Try these cute Chocolate Easter Lamb lollies for a simple chocolate Easter treat, which requires only a handful of ingredients. A fun no-bake delight!

  • White Chocolate Fruit Turtles

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    For a healthy snack that is anything but boring, you can't miss these adorable fruit turtles. You only need kiwi, grapes, and white chocolate.

  • Chocolate Easter Bunny Strawberries

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    Easter is the perfect time to get creative with festive chocolate recipes, like these Easter bunny chocolate strawberries, which are surprisingly easy.

  • Chocolate Kiwi Snack

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    This chocolate-covered kiwi snack is every bit as cute as it is delicious. The rich, velvety chocolate pairs perfectly with the sweet, tangy kiwi.