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I’m Kristen, a Content Creator and Photographer, and a mom of a 9 year old & 6 year old.  I live in Houston, TX  with my husband who is my college sweetheart. I have a knack for product styling, crafting & DIYing, in addition to brand content creation and photography.  You can find me on Instagram @kristensellentin I have over 300k followers.   I am also on Pinterest, Facebook & TikTok, & LTK.  Come say hi!

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Healthy Easter Fruit Salad

Let’s create a healthy Easter fruit salad that your children will enjoy. I discovered these delightful mini Easter shaped cookie cutters on Amazon, and I’m using them to create shapes from watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew. My kids find this to be the most enjoyable way to snack on fruit!

Bowl of watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew

Do you ever struggle to keep your kids full, with them constantly reaching for the chips in the pantry? I can relate! I’ve noticed that my kids tend to eat more fruits and vegetables when I get creative by shaping them into fun designs and making mini skewers.

Ingredients and Supplies:

  • watermelon
  • cantaloupe
  • honeydew
  • mini Easter cookie cutters
  • Easter toothpicks

Instructions for Healthy Easter Fruit Salad:

I start this fruit salad by slicing the watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew into thin slices. Using mini Easter cookie cutters, I create fun shapes from the fruit slices. After gathering all the fruit shapes in a bowl, I place one of each shape onto a toothpick. I really liked these adorable bunny toothpicks that fit perfectly in their lunchboxes or create a platter on these fun Easter plates!

  1. Slice. Cut your watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew into slices.
  2. Create. Use the mini Easter cookie cutters to create shapes in your fruit.
  3. Assemble. Place one of each fun fruit shape on the Easter toothpick.
  4. Enjoy! Add to your child’s lunchbox for a fun, healthy fruit snack for them to enjoy.

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