These fruit cups were a big hit at my Halloween brunch. The
example I found online used oranges, but they seemed a bit too big with everything else I was serving, so I used Cuties.
First slice off the top of each Cutie. Use a sharp edge spoon to
separate the flesh from the peel and work your way around the fruit, going a little deeper each round. Finally, the fruit will loosen and you can slide it out as a big ball. Rinse them (and your hands–very sticky!) and set them on a towel to dry.
It might be easier with an orange than a Cutie, but carving the face was pretty tricky. It only took one for me to decide to just draw the faces on with a Sharpie. If I were doing a brunch for just a few
people, I’d probably go ahead and carve them, but for 20, it was just too much work.
Once your cups are ready, load them up with fruit. I used
blackberries, raspberries and mango, but any fruit will do.
These can easily be prepared the day ahead. Just cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate.