Jack o Lantern Fruit Cups Recipe

Jack o Lantern Fruit Cup Recipe


Fall holidays are a fun time to spice up the kids after school snacks.


Can we talk fall parties?

Often times there are only sugary sweet items available. Although I let my children indulge once in a while, a healthy option is appreciated as well.

This adorable little fruit cup is a fun and tasty creation your kids will love. To prepare similar tasty fruit recipe you can visit kitchen ultimate where you will find food tips, delicious recipes and all things food related for making your kitchen life easy.

3 Medium Navel Oranges
1 cup Mixed Fruit


Slice off the tops of the oranges.
Using a spoon, scoop out the pulp of the oranges.
Cut out faces on each orange to resemble a Jack O Lantern.
Fill each orange with mixed fruit and serve.


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Jack o Lantern Fruit Cups Recipe
  • 3 Medium Navel Oranges
  • 1 cup Mixed Fruit
  1. Slice off the tops of the oranges.
  2. Using a spoon, scoop out the pulp of the oranges.
  3. Cut out faces on each orange to resemble a Jack O Lantern.
  4. Fill each orange with mixed fruit and serve.


  1. What an adorable way to get kids to eat their fruit!

  2. James Robert says

    This is cool and something I can do for my kids. They will think I am pretty creative (thanks to you). Really like this one, good job. I like doing new things for the kids to surprise them like this

  3. Karen Glatt says

    This is one of the most awesome ideas that I have seen for a cute Holloween treat. My niece and nephew would love to try this. It is so cute and healthy!

  4. Cathy Jarolin says

    This is such a cute Idea!! The Best I have seen for Halloween & Fall. Very clever. Thankyou for sharing this cute idea. I would love to make these for Thanksgiving!!!

  5. Sarah L says

    You get first prize for the best use of oranges. Clever idea.

  6. Stacey Roberson says

    These are so cute, and definitely easy to make. A great way to get my little guy to eat his fruit.

  7. Shakeia Rieux says

    How cute is that! I would love to make that with my nieces,i know they would have lots of fun

  8. Nicole says

    These are really cute and fun, but did you use the orange inside you scooped out for something else? I would make me a juice recipe with it or use it for a smoothie.

  9. Debbie Welchert says

    What a cute idea. My grandchildren are going to love these.

  10. CR Williams says

    These looks so cute and yummy for the season!

  11. Elena says

    What a fun idea! This would be great for my Halloween party

  12. shelly peterson says

    This is super cute and a fun way to serve fruit when they are wanting to enjoy a bunch of sweets.

  13. Anne says

    So simple, yet so ingenious! And the cuteness factor is beyond words. Thanks for this great idea!

  14. Alan Tong says

    So cute and fun to make as well as healthy for everyone! Thanks for the cool recipe!

  15. Sarah L says

    I can hardly wait to make these for a family dinner next week.

  16. this is so cute i wish my kids liked fruit a little bit more !:)

    thank you!!

  17. Lisa R says

    This is a healthier alternative to all the candy kids get, of course I wouldn’t give this out to strangers….I was thinking for the kids that I know who come over to Halloween gathering
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  18. Dandi D says

    This is so cute and it’s a very creative idea!

  19. tanya holland says

    These are absolutely adorable. Such a cute idea for Halloween.

  20. These are awesome! I love seeing Halloween themed treats that aren’t sweet or candy related.

  21. Sarah Hayes says

    super yummy and healthy. wed love these too!

  22. Mary Dailey says

    These are so adorable and healthy for the kiddos.

  23. These are adorable. All of your Halloween recipes have been so cute. And not too hard!

  24. Jeane Campbell says

    My grandkids would so go for these fruit cups. Very nice!

  25. Sarah L says

    Fun, cute and healthy. What more can you ask for? Thanks.

  26. Tamra Phelps says

    I really like this idea! It’s great for kids & it’s not candy, which they will already have too much of!

  27. Alona Y says

    I absolutely love these, so cute! It’s nice to find fun, seasonal treats that are also good for you.


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