A quick and easy breakfast fruit bowl idea to make your morning routine easier.
If you have yet to discover the fun world of food plating, this recipe is the perfect place to start.
Making simple recipes can allow for any extra time to go towards plating food to make your plate look just as beautiful as it makes you feel!
How to Cut Fruit
The fruits we chose for this recipe are very easy to cut, there is no wrong way to cut them. Leave the berries whole or cut them into half, the banana can be sliced lengthwise or into small coins, and the apple’s core can be removed and then cut into small pieces.
Fruits with pits or inedible seeds, such as mango, papaya, or dates, require a little more knowledge and time to prepare. There are many different videos available on YouTube that can assist you in cutting fruits you have never cut apart before.
Don’t be afraid to mix up how you would normally cut fruit, you can use small cookie cutters, special techniques, and even a mandolin!
How to Plate Fruit
There are a limitless number of ways to plate fruit. You’ve probably seen some gorgeous fruit platters on the internet before, styled and organized to perfection. Don’t let these platters discourage you from having fun with fruit!
When making beautiful creations for yourself to consume at home, you want to truly think out your eating preferences, as you are making this food for yourself.
When plating fruit, you want to think about the bite strategy. This means how you are going to eat your fruit bowl, and what combinations of fruit you want to eat with each bite you take.
Do you like to eat all of one fruit first before moving to the next? Or do you like to have a mixture of fruit with each bite?
Don’t be afraid to discover your favorites by playing around with your plate.
How to Find Uncommon Fruit Varieties
Depending on where in the world you live, you will have access to all different kinds of fruit. We encourage you to try new fruits when they become available to you.
Apart from standard grocery chains, you may have access to local farmers’ markets, local community-supported agriculture shares, Asian or ethnic markets. There are also some businesses and farms online which allow you to buy anything from imperfect produce to high-end rare tropical varietals (We recommend Miami Fruit).
If accessing any of these options is not possible, remember you can always buy frozen fruit, and allow it to thaw before placing it into your fruit bowl. This is especially helpful for those living in more remote areas without access to a large variety of fresh fruits.
Photos by: @plantbasedmiri
Recipe by: Jenny Gormley
Refreshing Apple and Berry Bowl
- 2 cup Green Apple
- 2 cup Banana
- 2 cup Raspberries
- 1 cup Blackberries
- 2 tbsp Chia Seeds
- Wash all fruit.
- Slice green apples around the core and the bananas into coins.
- Place all fruit in a bowl and top with ground chia seeds. Enjoy!
- No berries: Use grapes or cherries in place of the berries for this recipe.