St. Patrick’s Day Fruit Platter

 There are only a few days left until St. Patrick’s Day. If you are still looking for a festive treat to bring to school or work then we have the perfect recipe for you. Actually, I am not sure we can even call this a recipe!! Really, its just a super cute fruit arrangement! One of those Pinterest, “Why didn’t I think of that?” ideas.


This is a great healthy alternative to all those cupcakes, brownies, and cookies that pop up around holidays. And there is still a little pot of chocolate for those that can not resist! I think this would be a great thing to bring to work or your family St. Patrick’s Day party. Also, how cute would this be to serve to your family for breakfast on St. Patrick’s Day? Even you last minute people will have to time to pull this one together!

Here is what you'll need


Here is what you’ll need

Start arranging your fruit into a rainbow shape

Add fluffy cloud marshmallows and a rolo pot of gold and you are done!


St. Patrick’s Day Fruit Platter

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Dessert


  • strawberries
  • mandarin orange- we used canned
  • pineapple
  • grapes
  • blueberries
  • marshmallows
  • rolos


  • Slice the strawberries and pineapple into bite sized pieces. Beginning with the strawberries, arrange the fruit in a rainbow shape on a platter. Below the strawberries arrange the oranges, pineapple, grapes, and finally the blueberries. Adjust the shape and fill in where necessary. At one end of the rainbow add marshmallows and at the other end add the rolos.
Keyword fruit platter