Are you looking for an appetizer for Christmas brunch? How about this fun fruit Christmas tree I made using Halo oranges and other fruit as part of a sponsored campaign on behalf of Halos.
I don’t normally make fun art designs with food but it’s quite popular nowadays. I thought I’d give it a try and make a fun festive Christmas snack. I knew I could make a Christmas tree using the Halos oranges, I just needed a few additional fruits to finish off the design. I used a banana for the tree trunk, a kiwi for the star on top and pomegranate seeds as red garland.
Elliot easily helped me peel the Halos so I could create the tree. While I was decorating it with the other fruit, he stayed busy snacking on 5 or 6 extra oranges.
Elliot and I are already huge fans of mandarin oranges, so we often have a bag of them in the fridge. I had a blast making this fruit Christmas tree for the boys. Making this festive tree brought on a new level of fun to our afternoon snack.
I am not super creative but this fruit Christmas tree was very easy to make. I think it would be perfect for a Christmas morning brunch or for a fun playdate in December! Just grab a bag of Halos oranges and other fruit and get started. Better yet let the kids make it for a snack and activity!
Now I’m inspired to create more fun designs for the boys.
Do you have fun with your fruit?
Disclosure: This is a post is part of a sponsored campaign with Halos. Linking to SNAP.