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Create Decorations That Are Good Enough To Eat With This Festive Fruit Tree Recipe

When you’re all done putting ornaments on the tree in the living room, this activity is the perfect way to keep the holiday spirit going strong.

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When you’re all done putting ornaments on the tree in the living room, this activity is the perfect way to keep the holiday spirit going strong. All you need is some seedless watermelon and pineapple, some yogurt, and a piping bag and you’re all set to keep decorating.

Mini Seedless Watermelon

Pineapple

Kroger® Plain Nonfat Grade A Yogurt 

Kroger® Rainbow Sprinkles Dessert Topping

Kroger® Double Zipper Sandwich Bags

Everyday Living® Quick Cut Paring Knives

Instructions:

1. Start by cutting your watermelon into ½- to 1-inch slices. 

2. Grab a tree-shaped cookie cutter and line it up so the trunk of the tree is on the green part of the watermelon. Push the cookie cutter into the watermelon to cut your trees. Do the same with the pineapple slices. 

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3. Place your freshly cut trees in the freezer (lying flat, not standing up) for one hour.

4. Remove your trees from the freezer. Scoop the yogurt into a piping bag. Pipe fancy decorations onto your trees while singing “Deck the Halls,” and finish with some sprinkles.

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Maev Partners / CAMP

5. Enjoy!

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Maev Partners / CAMP

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Maev Partners / CAMP

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