Easy Bunny Garnish for Kids – Easter Food Decoration Idea
Bunny from fruits is so cute kids dishes decoration idea! And of course, a bunny is great Easter desserts garnish. I saw this idea on the Internet and like so much. We can make a decoration for desserts and other dishes. If we are going to use large fruit like melon or papaya it can be impressive with no time to make the centerpiece of kids party or Easter table. And it will be no waste of fruit, just freeze it after an event and use another day in your smoothie. Here are a few examples of my bunnies. We can make bunny also from some vegetables, olives, eggs, cheese…
I place my bunny from melon on a slice of watermelon, so it is above fruits. Oh, so cute and sweet!
The rabbit from apricot and slices of kiwi decorated yogurt popsicle. Took me a few seconds make the cute bunny but it is so much fun to serve simple dessert.
Pineapple platter decorated with papaya bunny.
I make cherry bunny to garnish yogurt with fruits
I decorated simple serving avocado with lemon with avocado bunny
Bunny from lemon can be added to so many desserts or fruit platter
Bunny garnish from peach looks so cute with kiwi platter
How to Make Bunny From Kiwi
Garnish Dishes for kids Bunny from Kiwi
The technique is so simple and it takes a few seconds to make a bunny, we need the oval shape of fruit but sometimes round shape works well too. Just place bunny ears on its head and resembles will be so clear.
Kiwi (or other fruit)
Technique How To Make Bunny From Kiwi:
Cut the bottom of the fruit like on the photo. It will be the bunny ears.
2. Cut a triangle out, so it looks like bunny ears.
3. Choose which side will be tail and front of the bunny. Place the bunny on cutting board, it will be stable because we cut the bottom off. Make a cut on the front of the bunny body and place ears in. Our bunny ready to go on a plate!
Video ” How to Make Bunny Garnish From Fruit for Kids. Easy Easter Food Decoration “