fruit flower

A fun activity and a delicious snack in one!
Fruit Flower

Searching for a way to get the kids involved in the kitchen? These fruit flowers are both a fun activity and a delicious snack in one!

Makes: 1
Prep: 10-15 mins


  • Your choice of seasonal fruit
  • Choose fruits of different colours

Make your own yoghurt

  • ¼ cup fresh, frozen or canned (drained) fruit
  • ½ cup plain Greek or natural yoghurt
  • Shredded coconut
  • Nuts or seeds


  1. To make yoghurt dip, wash and cut fruit (not needed if using frozen)
  2. Mash fruit in a bowl and add yoghurt
  3. Sprinkle on any extras (coconut, nuts, seeds)
  4. To make fruit flower, wash and cut seasonal fruit
  5. Arrange on your plate into a flower shape
  6. Serve with yoghurt as the centre

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