How do I make a fruit party platter?

How do you make a simple fruit platter?

Tips for the best fruit platter

  1. Buy seasonal fruit that’s perfectly ripe.
  2. Avoid fruit that tends to go brown (apples, pears, banana).
  3. Make it on the day, or late the evening before.
  4. Ensure grapes are seedless and serve them in a bunch so they don’t roll off the serving dish.
  5. Remove seeds from melons or buy seedless.

How do you make a fruit tray at home?

Here are tips that I use to make a great fruit tray!

  1. Wash the grapes, take scissors and trim the stems to leave bunches with 3 to 5 grapes hooked on. …
  2. Wash apples. …
  3. Dip apples and bananas in pineapple juice to prevent browning. …
  4. Store bananas for up to a few hours in pineapple juice before serving.

What is the best fruit for a fruit platter?

The BEST fruits for a fruit platter-

  • Strawberries.
  • Watermelon.
  • Grapes.
  • Kiwi.
  • Mango.
  • Pineapple.
  • Peaches.
  • Oranges.

How do you present fruit on a platter?

Place a couple of small bowls onto a large platter and pour in the fruit dip. Arrange large fruits like melon slices first to block out a general shape for your fruit plate. Arrange smaller fruits. Work in layers, and add pops of color.

How do you serve fruit for a party?

How to Make a Fruit Tray Pretty

  1. Buy fruit that is fresh and in-season. …
  2. Choose at least three different fruits. …
  3. Cut the fruit into manageable sizes. …
  4. Don’t slice everything. …
  5. Arrange it on a pretty platter. …
  6. Group the fruit together. …
  7. Add some garnish for color and interest. …
  8. Include a fun dip or toppings, if you like.
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Do you cut strawberries for a fruit tray?

It is important to choose many colors and textures of fruit to create a tantalizing tray. All of the fruit on the platter should be cut so that pieces are ready-to-eat–free of leaves, stems, rinds and pits. Strawberries can be a tricky fruit to cut, especially the smaller ones.