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Frosty Fruit Bowl

Decorate your table with this beautiful centerpiece made using fruits.

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  • prep time 30 min
  • total time 45 min
  • ingredients 7
  • servings 1
 

Ingredients

10
Bartlett pears
1
egg white, beaten
Granulated sugar or white coarse sugar crystals (decorating sugar)
12-inch cake platter or serving bowl
13
to 15 kumquats
1
stem blueberry juniper, cut into 6-inch sprigs
Fresh lemon leaves, if desired

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LOCATION

Steps

  • 1 Brush half of each pear with egg white; sprinkle with sugar. Let stand about 15 minutes or until dry.
  • 2 Arrange pears on platter. Arrange kumquats among pears. Fill in spaces with juniper and lemon leaves.
  • 1 Brush half of each pear with egg white; sprinkle with sugar. Let stand about 15 minutes or until dry.
  • 2 Arrange pears on platter. Arrange kumquats among pears. Fill in spaces with juniper and lemon leaves.

EXPERT TIPS

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Expert Tips

These frosted pears mimic the look of winter frost, but don't limit your "snow-covered" fruit to pears. Apples, grapes, mangoes, cranberries and citrus fruits can look just as frosty. Consider adding greenery, bay leaves and lemon leaves that are frosted as well to complete your look.

As tempting as these frosty fruits appear, make sure you wash all decorated fruit thoroughly because raw egg white should not be eaten.

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