How to Make a Pear Rabbit Salad

No matter which age group you belong to, eating salad is a healthy habit. Salads are healthy yet tasty. Plus, they are a perfect replacement for heavy meals if your trying to avoid any. With the help of different ingredients and techniques, chefs have designed pretty good salad recipes these days.

Yet, a lot of people find salads boring. Children, in particular, don’t show any interest when it comes to eating salads. In order to make your kids eat healthy, you need to add an element of fun in your salads.

The dish on the dining table must fascinate everyone including the kids. For this, you should try unique recipes, like a Pear Rabbit Salad. Make this delicious, yet healthy dish a part of your menu, and it will certainly become one of the favourites very soon.

Prep time: 15-20 min
Cook time: Nil
Total time: 15-20 min
Yield: 04 servings
Utensils: Salad plates, knife, kitchen papers, and forks.

Red lettuce leaves
Pear halves, drained: 1 can (15-1/4 ounces)
Currants or raisins: 12 dried
Whole almonds: 8
Baby carrots: 4
Parsley sprigs: 4
Whipped cream in a can


  • 1

    First of all, clean your salad plates, and place them on a flat surface. Arrange lettuce on four plates, one for each person.

  • 2

    Place a pear, half cut side down each on all four plates.

  • 3

    In order to create the eyes, insert two currants at the narrow end of the pear. For the nose, add one carrot right in the middle. You can always use almonds for ears. Insert them upright behind the eyes.

    The placement of each ingredient is very important here. It entirely depends on the size of the pear. While inserting carrots and almonds, make sure you are giving the pear a rabbit look.

  • 4

    Now, it is the time to use a sharp knife for cutting a small hole at one end of each carrot. It is made to insert a parsley sprig for carrot top.

  • 5

    After finishing with the face, work on the tail - a very important element. To create the tail, you need to spray a little mound of the whipped cream at the wide end of each pear. Your lovely Pear Rabbit Salad is ready to use.

    Serve it as a side dish on the dining table. Since it is very easy to make and does not take much time, you can give it to the children as an appetizer.

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