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Apple Spring Fling

Spring Tablescape

Spring has sprung, and with it — new ways to enjoy the simple pleasures of the season. The next couple of months are filled with holidays and reasons to celebrate. Make Passover, Easter, May Day, Mother’s Day, showers or just Sunday brunch feel fresh and bright with recipes and DIYs using your new favorite apple: the Comic Crisp®.

Prized for their perfectly balanced flavor and delightfully crisp texture, Cosmic Crisp® apples are your go-to ingredient for seasonal baking, snacking, entertaining and decorating.

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How-To Video

Simple steps to simply stunning food, drink and decor with Cosmic Crisp® apples.

Watch Libbie’s how-to guide to setting a Spring table featuring Cosmic Crisp® apples

How to Make a Paper Apple Blossom Wreath

Download the Step by Step Guide to Create the Cosmic Crisp® Apple Blossom Wreath

Designed By Libbie Summers


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Signature Cosmic Crisp® Recipes


This Spring-inspired Cosmic Crisp® menu is full of standouts for your special and every day celebrations this season.

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Do It Yourself Inspiration


Apple Basket Bouquet

Cosmic Crisp® Apple Basket Bouquet

A fun craft for the kids, these sweet apple “baskets” are filled with fragrant spring flowers to delight lucky recipients.


  • Cosmic Crisp® apples 
  • Sharp knife 
  • Melon baller 
  • 2 yards of thin gingham ribbon (between ½” and 1” wide) 
  • Short, flat-headed straight pins (about 1” long)
  • Spring flowers, such as tulips, hyacinths and ranunculus 
  • Scissors 


  1. Using a sharp knife, cut off the top inch of each Cosmic Crisp®. 
  2. Using the melon baller, hollow out the apples, leaving the walls at least ½” thick. 
  3. Wrap the ribbon around the bottom and up the sides of the apples, leaving about 16” of length on either end so that it’s long enough to tie a bow. Secure the ribbon by inserting the straight pins into the sides of the apples. 
  4. Tie the ribbon in a simple bow to make the basket handle. Adjust the length as needed.
  5. Trim flowers to fit inside and fill the apples. Add water for the flowers before decorating.

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Apple Blossom Centerpiece

Cosmic Crisp® Apple Blossom Centerpiece

Create a charming centerpiece by topping a tray of edible wheat grass (find them at your favorite flower shop or natural foods store) with Cosmic Crisp® apple blossom cups. 


  • Cosmic Crisp® apples 
  • Sharp paring knife 
  • Melon baller 
  • Small yellow flower such as a jonquil or daffodil 


  1. Using a sharp knife, cut off the top of a Cosmic Crisp®. 
  2. Using the melon baller, hollow out the Cosmic Crisp®, leaving the walls at least ½” thick. 
  3. Use the melon baller as a guide to cut the semi-circles around the top edge of the Cosmic Crisp®. Finish cutting and refining the edge with the knife. 
  4. Place a jonquil or daffodil bloom inside the Cosmic Crisp® with some water to make the center of the Cosmic Blossom Cup.

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Peel-n-Stick Decorated Apples

Peel-and-Stick Decorated Apples

Take a fresh approach to your egg hunt this year with decorated Cosmic Crisp® apples!


  •   Cosmic Crisp® apples 
  •   ½” or ¾” round dot stickers in various colors
  •   ¼” or 3/8” paper tape in various colors


  1. Place dot stickers all over the Cosmic Crisp® apples as desired. 
  2. Tape lines to make stripes around the apples as desired. Overlap lines in a grid or make patterns using different widths of tape.

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No-Sew Gingham

No-Sew Gingham Table Runner

Gingham is popping up everywhere this Spring! This easy runner brings a vibrant pop of color to the table.


  • 2-3 yards of gingham fabric, depending on the size of your table
  • 4-6 yards of white ric rac trim, depending on the size of your table 
  • Tacky glue (or any fabric glue)
  • Fabric shears 
  • Measuring tape 
  • Iron


  1. Measure the length of your table and add about 18” more so the runner hangs over both edges. Mark the width 16” or as wide as you like.
  2. Add a 1” border all the way around the rectangle for seam allowance. Cut out your fabric.  
  3. Fold the 1” border over on all four sides of the rectangle, and iron it to crease and hold in place. Use the lines in the gingham as a guide to help keep the edges straight.
  4. To make neatly mitered corners, first, unfold the 1” border and then fold the point of each corner toward the center of the fabric so that two inches are folded over. Refold the straight edges back over so the diagonal folds of each side meet in the corner. Iron to crease in place.
  5. Use the glue to adhere the ric rac trim over the cut edge of the fabric, hiding the raw edge and adhering the seam in place.

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Show Us Your Spring Tablescapes!

Share your Spring tablescapes with us on Instagram! Tag #CosmicCrisp and we will feature our faves.

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