Fruit Bouquet

Recipe by Chef Dee
READY IN: 30mins




  • You will also need a plant pot, round florists styrofoam ball to fit into the pot and garland. The recipe format would not allow me to put these in the ingredients needed.
  • Cut the styrofoam so it fits into the plant pot, the top of the styro should be just even with the top of the plant pot.
  • Wrap the garland around the pot, then cover the styro foam top with it.
  • On med. low heat, melt the dipping chocolate in the microwave, stirring every min, being very careful that water or moisture does not get into the chocolate.
  • When smooth, dip the top 1/3 of the strawberries into the melted chocolate, then place on skewers.
  • Poke all the strawberry skewers into the styro, as this will store them upright until the chocolate is set.
  • With a serrated knife, or a ridged hors d'ouvres tool, slice the melons into 1" wide by 3" long pieces.
  • Insert the melon pieces onto the skewers, lengthwise,set aside.
  • Place the pineapple chunks onto the skewers, set aside.
  • Place the grapes onto the skewers long-wise; purple, then green, then purple, ending with another green.
  • Remove the choc. dipped strawberry skewers from the plant pot, set aside.
  • Start poking the fruited skewers into the styro filled pot.
  • Fill the center first, then work towards the outside.
  • I served this with White Chocolate Fruit Dip #137738.
  • Note: I made this the night before our party,and of course it wouldn't fit in the fridge.
  • I wrapped it loosely with saran wrap, placed it in a box not much larger than the plant pot, then set it in my car in a cool garage, it was still nice and fresh teh next day !
  • BE CAREFUL when you move it, as it is top heavy !