Collection: Fruit Bowls

26 products
  • UKCOCO Multi-Function Stylish Snacks Storage Box,Cellphone Stand with Plastic Fruit Dish, Snack Bowl with Shell Holder Plate Peels Shells Fruit Plate(Black White)
  • The Art of the Smoothie Bowl: Beautiful Fruit Blends for Satisfying Meals and Healthy Snacks
  • SimpleHouseware Fruit Basket Bowl with Banana Tree Hanger, Chrome Finish
  • Tea Time with Tayla: Color Sorting for Children
  • Fresh Fruits Poker Mega Fruit Bowl Free Poker Cards Games Free 2015 Casino Jackpot Vegas Best Poker Free App for Kindle Phone Tablets Mobile Casino Poker Cards
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  • Fruits Basket: The Complete Series [Blu-ray]
  • Ninja BL780 Supra 1200 Watt Food Processor and Kitchen Blender System (Renewed)
  • Fruit Bowls Japanese Style Incense Stick Cone Burner Ceramic Brown (Color : Default)
  • 2-Tier Fruit Basket, Kitchen Counter Fruit Bowl Storage Holder for Fruits Vegetables Bread Snacks, Housen Solutions (Black)
  • The living room fruit dish creative fruit bowl basket of fashion luxury candy dish dry pots
  • Spectrum Diversified Yumi Arched Server, Stacked 3-Tier Bowls, Dining Table & Kitchen Counter Organizer, Modern Fruit Basket Stand, Black
  • 2-Tier Countertop Fruit Basket Fruit Bowl Bread Basket Vegetable Holder for Kitchen Storage, Black
  • Jonathan Adler Women's Gilded Eve Fruit Bowl, White, One Size
  • TomCare 2-Tier Fruit Basket Metal Fruit Bowl Bread Baskets Detachable Fruit Holder kitchen Storage Baskets Stand - Screws Free Design for Fruits Breads Vegetables Snacks, Bronze
  • Simple Houseware 2-Tier Countertop Fruit Basket Bowl Storage, Bronze
  • Lipper International Cherry Finished Wavy Rim Serving Bowl for Fruits or Salads, Matte, Large, 13" x 12.5" x 5", Single Bowl
  • Dole Fruit Bowls, Peaches, Mandarin Oranges and Cherry Mixed Fruit Variety Pack, No Sugar Added, 12 Count, 4 Ounce Cups
  • Mueller Fruit Basket, Decorative Fruit Bowl, Fruit and Vegetables Holder for Counters, Kitchen, Countertop, Home Decor, European Made, White
  • DOWAN Fruit Basket Bowl Set of 2, Large Wired Fruit Vegetable Basket Bowls for Kitchen Counter, Party, Serving and Bread Storage, Black
  • Fruit Stand Vegetables Basket Counter Top Fruit Basket Bowl Storage for Kitchen Home Metal Cast Iron (2 Tier-Black)
  • Bextsrack 2-Tier Countertop Fruit Basket Bowl with Banana Hanger for Kitchen, Dining Table
  • Auledio 3-Tier Countertop Hanging Fruit Vegetables Basket Bowl Storage Holder for Storing Organizing Bread, Eggs, Snacks and More
  • Auledio 2-Tier Countertop Fruit Vegetables Basket Bowl Storage With Banana Hanger, Black

Fruit Bowl - What's All The Fuss About?

Fruit Bowls

It's been more than fifty years since the first fruit bowl came on the market and, in that time, they've become a very popular gift idea. These bowls have gained a reputation for being both fun and functional. They're also very affordable, making them an ideal option for every variety of budget. With so many different choices available, there's no question that they're a great gift idea any time of year.


In the past couple of decades, there has been considerable improvement in manufacturing quality, resulting in better-quality fruit bowls. If you're buying one for a child, be sure to choose a bowl with a nice, strong feel to it. Plastic tends to be a bit weaker than wood, and if you're buying one for someone's pet, make sure it's non-breakable or extremely lightweight. You don't want to get your new bowl damaged by constant handling.


You might be tempted to buy a bowl purely for its visual appeal, but fruit bowls can actually have a lot to offer as well. Some are decorated with decorations that enhance their appearance and appeal. Others have unique painted designs. A colorful bowl can brighten up a table or countertop and can even make cooking more interesting!


What kind of decor would you like on your bowl? Floral motifs are quite popular, as are animal themes or other cute touches. Some bowls have designs etched into them or carved into the bowl itself. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.


There are several kinds of materials from which to choose. Plastic is inexpensive and offers a few benefits. It's not hard to clean and it can withstand some amount of weight, though it won't last forever. Wood, on the other hand, is a much heavier material and can really look old and worn. If you're on a budget, you might opt for a less expensive bowl, though you'll probably regret it if it's not durable and looks shabby.


Another thing to consider when purchasing a fruit bowl is whether or not it's going to be used as a serving dish. Many people don't serve their fruit in these anymore because of sanitation issues. It's important to purchase a bowl that has an easily cleaned surface, as well as a spout that won't clog or fall off. You're also going to want to make sure that it can hold enough food so that you don't run out.


How much should you pay for your bowl? There are several different price ranges for bowls, depending on their quality and construction. If you're just starting out, I wouldn't spend too much money. However, if you're looking to impress guests or provide an extra serving, then you may want to spend a little bit more to get a top of the line piece of art that can be a conversation piece. The price range for most bowls is between fifty and two hundred dollars.


What do you use your bowl for? Fruit bowls can be used for lots of different things. You could put jam in them with strawberries or put honey with raisins. They're also great for serving vegetable salads, soups, and of course, desserts. No matter what you decide to put in your bowl, you can rest assured that your guests will be impressed with your choice of vessel.


How do you clean your bowl? This is something that a lot of people don't think about until their bowls start looking old and faded. To keep your bowl looking new and clean, simply wipe it down with a damp cloth each time you have a meal at your table. It's also important to remove any excess food from your bowl after every meal. It's also a good idea to place a bowlcloth over your bowl after each meal to catch any juices that may drip down. This will prevent your bowls from drying out and will help to extend the life of your bowl.


Is it safe to eat out in a fruit bowl? It's certainly safe to eat out in a fruit bowl, provided that you're following proper hygiene practices. Cleaning your bowl isn't hard and can be done by almost anyone. Most restaurants will provide a bowl when you order. Even fast-food places like McDonalds are now providing fruit bowls for their customers.


So why would you purchase a fruit bowl? If you're a health buff who loves to eat fruits but is tired of the artificial colors and flavorings in store bought fruit, or if you just want something different from the available bowl selections, then a fruit bowl is just right for you. They come in all shapes and sizes so there is sure to be one that will fit your lifestyle. It's easy to enjoy a bowl of freshly prepared fruit even if you don't feel like cooking.