Holiday Fruit Bouquets from Edible Arrangements

by Guest Contributor

The holiday season is often a time for enjoying sweet treats, but who says those treats can’t be good for you? Edible Arrangements has some fabulous holiday fruit bouquets that are sweet, delicious, and incredibly festive.

Our family recently received the Edible Arrangements “Very Merry Festival” fruit bouquet for review.

Not only did the arrangement look beautiful, but the second we opened the cellophane wrapping, an amazing smell of fresh fruit filled the room.

This particular arrangement comes with cantaloupe, honeydew, strawberries, oranges, grapes, and white chocolate-covered pineapples, colored green and cut in the shape of Christmas trees. The directions suggest you eat the arrangement right away or refrigerate after 4 hours. My 4 year old son made light work of all the grapes (and I mean all of them), and I particularly enjoyed the white chocolate pineapple. All the fruit was so fresh that we were still able to enjoy it that night at dinner, and the next night as well!

I also appreciated the bright red container that came with our fruit bouquet. It will make a fantastic addition to our home’s annual Christmas decor.

Edible Arrangements fruit bouquets can be ordered online, over the phone, or in person at one of their many local stores. They have several festive Christmas bouquets to choose from, as well as bouquets for Hanukkah, and even some delicious New Year’s Eve bouquets.

Whatever your holiday occasion, a fruit bouquet from Edible Arrangements makes a great centerpiece and a fun, festive treat for your guests to enjoy this season!

Enter to win!

One lucky 5 Minutes for Mom reader is going to get one of these lovely baskets for the holidays as well! To enter this giveaway, visit the Edible Arrangements site and tell us which basket you would love to try!

This giveaway will end on December 28th, 2011. Winner will be chosen by and announced in our weekly Around the Blogosphere post.

*This is a sponsored post for Edible Arrangements. I received an Edible Arrangements fruit bouquet in order to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are honest and my own.

This post is written by Stacey. Stacey Nerdin is a busy work-at-home mom of 5 currently living in the Houston metro area. She’s been blogging since 2005 and writes about anything at everything at her blog Tree, Root, and Twig. Stacey believes that in life and online, everything is connected.”

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