Recipe: Fruit Flowers

Fruit FlowersYou will need your favourite fruit, preferably big things like watermelon and whole pineapple, as well as smaller fruit like cantaloupe, honeydew, kiwi, strawberries, grapes, and any other fruit your kids love or you just happen to have around the house. For the stems, use small bamboo skewers or straws

You can use a flower-shaped cookie cutter to cut out flower shapes. Just slice the kiwis and for round centres, you can use a melon baller to create half spheres or hemispheres. Cut the cantaloupe into wedges and used those for leaves; honeydew would work great, too. This is a great project to let your kids experiment with their flower creations.

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Shannon Hallatt

Senior Occupational Therapist, Founder & Practice Manager at OT for Kids NT
Shannon is passionate about delivering high quality OT services for children and families, and bringing joy to their lives. Shannon believes that every child is unique and has unlimited potential and it is this belief that continues to drive her everyday.

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