Bunny Fruit Salad on a square white plate with a small side bowl of vanilla yogurt and a few Annie's Organic Honey Bunny Grahams Baked Graham Snacks sprinkled on a surface.

Bunny Fruit Salad

  • 20 Minutes Prep 20 Minutes Total
  • 10 Servings
  • 70 Calories per Serving

This colorful fruit and bunny mix is sure to brighten anybunny’s day! Try packing this adorable Bunny Fruit Salad in a lunch box, or serve it at brunch with yogurt so kids can make their own parfaits—either way, it’s a family-favorite snack with a fresh twist you’ll love!



  1. In large bowl, toss apples and juice. Arrange fruits separately on serving platter, or add remaining fruit to bowl with apple mixture, and toss to coat; transfer to platter or serving bowl.
  2. Garnish with graham snacks. Serve with yogurt.


  1. For DIY Easter Bunny Fruit Salad parfaits, set out clear cups and arrange the fruits on a platter next to a side of vanilla yogurt. Everyone can customize the layers of yogurt, fruit and bunnies in their own parfait cup.
  2. If desired, you can substitute any flavor of Annie’s™ Organic Bunny Grahams™ for the Annie’s™ Organic Honey Bunny Grahams™ Baked Graham Snacks.
  3. Don't have orange juice on hand? You should be able to squeeze at least 2 tablespoons of orange juice from the removed rinds and center membranes of the sectioned oranges.

Nutrition Information

About 1/2 Cup Calories 70  (Calories from Fat 10);  Total Fat 1g  (Saturated Fat 0g,  Trans Fat 0g); Cholesterol 0mg;  Sodium 20mg;  Total Carbohydrate 14g  (Dietary Fiber 2g,  Sugars 9g);  Protein 1g
% Daily Value: Vitamin A  0%;  Vitamin C  20%;  Calcium 4%;  Iron  0%;
Exchanges: 1/2 Fruit, 1/2 Other Carbohydrate,
Carbohydrate Choice: 1