How to Make Edible Arrangements
It’s easy to make your own edible arrangements. This fruit bouquet came together quickly with just a few cookie cutters and skewers.
Way back in 2008, I teamed up with home style guru Meghan Carter — author of “The Meghan Method” — to show folks how easy it is to create edible arrangements with fruit and vegetables. These make a hip alternative to flowers at a party — but you can eat them! Serve the fruit with a side of cream cheese dip, and the vegetables with a side of ranch dressing. Enjoy!
These asparagus roses are made by filling a jar with ranch dip, and adding some asparagus skewers topped with carved radishes.
How to Make Edible Arrangements (Printable)
Edible Fruit Arrangements
- Seedless green and purple grapes
- Fresh strawberries
- Honeydew melon slices
- Pineapple slices
- Chocolate covered strawberries (optional)
- Vegetable Bouquets:
- Asparagus stalks
- Fresh dill
- Long toothpicks
- Various vases
- Watch the video on CookingSessions.com to see how they are made.
Recipe by Jason Hill / CookingSessions.com
Copyright 2014 CookingSessions.com
How to Make Edible Arrangements (Video)
Here I am working on a grape tower. This one takes some time, but turns out quite nice. You just need patience!
Here is the finished grape tree.
Finally, I made a tree from lettuce, kale leaves and gourmet olives. Serve it with a bit of ranch dressing on the side!