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Esther O Design

Eye Catching Fruit Cups

fruit cup

These gorgeous,delicious and refreshing fruit cups are the perfect dessert for a hot summer day.

For an eye catching presentation at your next party, line them up in rows, each row topped with a different fruit topping..

Eye Catching Fruit Cups

Fruit Fest!

Happy Tu Bshvat!

Incase you're wondering how I can tie donuts in to the Tu B'shvat holiday - check this out...

Using the White Donut Wall Display and these most amazing looking "fruit" donuts you can have the perfect Tu B'shvat donut party.

Fruit donuts are available from The Cookie Corner.

Fruit Fest!

Chocolate Dipped Fruit Rolls

 

Chocolate Dipped Fruit Rolls

Flower Fruit Arrangements

Flower Fruit Arrangements

Lace Chocolate Lollipops

 

Lace Chocolate Lollipops

Pineapple Floral Centerpiece

My incredibly talented friend Shainy of Carve Fruit Artistry, keeps outdoing herself with the most elaborate, exquisite fruit and vegetable platters.  

With Tu B'shvat right around the corner, I asked her to prepare a simple impressive idea to enhance your Tu B'shvat tablescape.

Using minimal fruits, learn how to create a beautiful floral arrangement that will surely impress your family and friends.

Pineapple Floral Centerpiece

Exotic Fruit Salad

Though during the year I try to keep my salads to the healthier side, for Tu B'shvat I treat my family and guests, to something a little more exotic. When I tasted this salad by my cousin Leah’les house some time ago, I knew it was one that I’d want to share. Whether you plate it and serve it to start off the meal, or serve it with the main, it’s sure to be a big hit.

Exotic Fruit Salad

Kumquat Tree

Years ago, I made a fruit topiary centerpiece for a Bar Mitzvah which took place the week of Tu B’shvat. Though it looked beautiful, it was not practical at all. The moment someone took a fruit off, the whole structure began to unravel. Last year, a friend of mine asked me to make fruit centerpieces for her daughter’s Shabbos Sheva Brachos which came out on Tu B’shvat. This time, I was determined to make something more practical. Originally, I intended to use curly branches from my florist, but while I was planning this I spotted an all-year-round bush in my yard with beautiful leaves on it, which is what you see in the picture.  I used some thin wire to hang kumquats on the branches and a striking “tree” centerpiece was created that still looked great after its fruits were “picked”.

Kumquat Tree

Dried Fruit Art

As a child, I always looked foward to our family Tu B'shvat party.I loved the tasty and colorful array of the many fruits my mother artfully displayed. Fast forward to today where there is an even more extensive selection of dried and fresh fruit available to choose from. Whatever your Minhag, there are so many  creative and fun things that can be done. Last year, my friend asked me to help her come up with a  Tu B'shvat idea for her Talmud Torah class, using dried fruits. Here's what we came up with. She told me it was a big hit and the children came up with such cute and original ideas.

Dried Fruit Art

Fall Tree Cookies

As we are surrounded by fall’s beautiful foliage outside, how about bringing some color, creativity and fun indoors as well. Perfect for a long Sunday afternoon - you wont  be”leaf” how much your children will enjoy creating these “tree”ts.

Fall Tree Cookies

Tu B'shvat Dried Fruit Chocolate Clusters

I was totally convinced I had hit upon a brilliant idea... Why not combine the dried fruits with another fruit..... Chocolate! Well, after a little research I realized that chocolate is actually classified as a vegetable.... Oh well. The idea however was too good not to post -  so here it is, Dried Fruit Chocolate Cluster

Tu B'shvat Dried Fruit Chocolate Clusters

Fruity Trifle Spread

 

Fruity Trifle Spread
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