Just popping in to share fun, healthy and easy fruit plates for the feast of St. Mark. I do think they're kind of cute too:)
They're so easy, kids of all ages could even assemble themselves!
We made individual fruit plates but one large plate would be sweet too.
For one individual plate, I used approximately 2 cutie oranges. In addition, making 4 plates used 2 kiwi, 1 apple and 1 banana.
(I cut slits in the apple for the teeth....The kids liked this part the best:)
+Happy Feast of St. Mark+
"Evangelist Mark is represented as a lion because he begins his Gospel in the wilderness, `The voice of one crying in the desert: Make ready the way of the Lord,' or because he presents the Lord as the unconquered King."~Catholic CulturePin It