Kiwi Fruit Christmas Tree

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I love creating fun and festive fruit platters during December. There are so many different Christmas fruit platter ideas you could make a different festive fruit platter every day in December. One of my family’s favourite Christmas fruit platters is this Kiwi Fruit Christmas Tree.

Green kiwi fruit is perfect for creating the Christmas tree while strawberries and blueberries add a festive pop of colour representing Christmas lights on the tree. The fuzzy brown skin of kiwi fruit is a great ingredient for making the Christmas tree stump.

You can make large versions of this kiwi Christmas tree for taking to Christmas parties and gatherings or smaller versions for eating at home for afternoon tea.

Kids love the delicious tangy and sweet flavour of kiwi fruits. It is such a unique and delicious taste. Kiwi fruits are also very nutritious, being extremely high in vitamin C and vitamin K, as well as being a good source of vitamin E. All three of these vitamins are essential for good health.

This kiwi fruit Xmas tree is extremely quick and easy to make but looks spectacular.

Other healthy, delicious and fun Christmas fruit ideas include watermelon Christmas trees, Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Christmas pears, Christmas Grinch fruit skewers and strawberry Christmas trees.

You may also be interested in our Christmas Fruit Ideas article which contains more festive and fun fruit presentation ideas for the Christmas season.

Kiwi Fruit Christmas Tree Ingredients

  • 8 – 10 Green Kiwi Fruit
  • Punnet of Strawberries
  • Punnet of Blueberries
  • Slice of Pineapple

Kiwi Christmas Tree Recipe

Step 1 – Peel and Slice Kiwi Fruit

Peel the kiwi fruit and cut them into round slices.

Reserve some of the skin of the kiwi fruit to make the trunk of the tree.

Step 2 – Assemble The Kiwi Christmas Tree

Arrange the kiwi fruit slices onto the platter in the shape of a Christmas tree.

Layer the slices to avoid any gaps in the tree.

Step 3 – Add Trunk

Use the reserved kiwi fruit peel to create a trunk for the Christmas tree.

Step 4 – Decorate The Kiwi Fruit Christmas Tree

Cut the stem end off the strawberries so they will sit nicely on the Christmas tree as decorations. Small strawberries tend to look best. If you prefer you can use raspberries or pomegranate instead of strawberries.

Further decorate the Christmas tree with blueberries too.

Step 5 – Add The Star

Use a star shaped cookie cutter to press out a star from the slice of pineapple. Alternatively you could use a slice of star fruit.

Place the star at the top of the kiwi fruit Christmas tree.

Step 6 – Refrigerate Until Serving

Refrigerate the platter until serving.


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Ingrid Norris - Christmas Enthusiast & Christmas Planner

Ingrid is a lover of all things Christmas who has been helping make Christmas time easier and less stressful for her family and friends all her life with Christmas tips, Christmas gift suggestions, Christmas recipe inspiration and Christmas event planning.

Ingrid now shares all this Christmas information here on her Christmas Time Made Easy website. She also shares information about the best Christmas events and activities happening in her home town of Sydney, Australia.