Spooky Fruit Platter with Spider Web Fruit Dip

All opinions expressed herein are my own!

Who says fruit isn’t a snack? Before you jump off this page and think “my kids are never going to buy this”, I want you to know that the NUMBER ONE food that gets eaten at any homeschool function, play-date, or gathering of families is the FRUIT! No, I ‘m not kidding!  It always amazes parents when we see the kids running through the party with hand-fulls of fruit! When I see it I always think “Why did I just spend ten hours of my life baking?”

Seriously! Don’t skip on the fruit at your Halloween party!  There are a a lot of fun things to do with them.  Get your younger kids involved making the pumpkins out of mandarin oranges and bites of celery.  Older kids can draw on the ghost and monster eyes with cookie frosting. Your teens can make the fruit dip, or make the funky apple mouths!

Fruit is fun… and festive!

Happy Halloween ~ Victoria

Halloween Party Fruit Platter

Spider Web Fruit Dip Recipe

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Ingredients:

  • 8 ounces Cream Cheese (softened)
  • 1/3 Cup Marshmallow Fluff
  • 1/4 Cup Packed Brown Sugar
  • 1 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract
  • White Cookie Frosting
  • 1 Blackberry

Directions:

Combine softened cream cheese, marshmallow fluff, brown sugar, and vanilla extract in a large mixing bowl.  Blend with an electric mixer until smooth.

Spoon fruit dip into a small condiment bowl.  Use cookie frosting to create a spider web design on top (see photo).

Add eyes to your blackberry fruit with your cookie frosting. Garnish Spider Fruit Dip with the blackberry “spider”

Halloween Party Platter


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8 thoughts on “Spooky Fruit Platter with Spider Web Fruit Dip

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    What a fun and spooky treat this is, I love what you did with the apples, I think the children will enjoy making these on our next movie night.
    @tisonlyme143

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    That is the BEST fun tray for Halloween. Like the banana ghosts.

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    This looks pretty cool. I love the apple mouths. I have made this dip minus the brown sugar and vanilla. and its yummy

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    This spooky fruit tray is a great idea, whether you have kids or not. Would be a good idea too to use at your own Halloween party! : )

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    This is super cute and very clever! What a festive spread.

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    I love this healthier dip. My mom would devour it before anyone else! lol

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