About this recipe:This is a super-fun way of getting kids to eat more fruit. Fruit is arranged in such a way that it looks like a turkey. Serve for dessert as is or with chocolate sauce or yoghurt.
1 walnut half, broken in half lengthways
4 whole dried apricots
1 sweet eating apple, cored and cut into thin wedges
1 1/4 (540g) tins grapefruit segments, well drained
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Method Prep:20min › Ready in:20min
Slice the pear in half lengthways, core, remove the stem and set each half on a plate with the cut side down. This is the body of the turkey. Cut 2 raisins in half to make 4 eyes and set the eyes onto the narrower part of the pear. Cut a small slice from one end of the 2 remaining raisins and stick a raisin below the eyes to make beaks. Press a broken piece of walnut, bumpy side up, into each pear below the beaks to make wattles.
Trim the dried apricots into 4 feet with 3 fat toes and place two feet at the bottom of each pear. Arrange apple wedges alternating with grapefruit sections in a fan shape around the top of the turkey, for feathers.