Easy to carve oranges filled with fresh fruit are hardly scary, but they’re just too darn cute, and nutritious, to pass up for a simple, yet creative, Halloween breakfast the kiddos will love.
You’ll need a sharp paring knife for carving (or an X-Acto knife), oranges, and fruit of your choice for filling.
Start by cutting the top off the orange using a zig zag pattern for a more decorative look. Discard top. Over a bowl, remove insides of orange. You can use the removed orange segments for mixing with other fruit for filling.
Carve a face into the orange freehand or by using a stencil.
Fill with fruit; garnish with a few ghoulish touches, such as plastic spiders as shown here, and serve.