DIY Cornucopia



Nothing quite says Thanksgiving like a beautiful and bountiful cornucopia centerpiece. While you can easily buy a faux cornucopia, making one with fresh fruits and vegetables is such a fun touch to your Thanksgiving meal. Here are some fun tips on a Fresh DIY Cornucopia you can make right in your own kitchen. 

Start with a basket. While the classic cornucopia shape is more cone like, you can always use a basket you already have at home and still pull off a similar look. If you’re feeling extra adventurous you can weave bread dough onto a cone shape of baking foil, once baked you have a weaved cornucopia bread basket… now that’s creative! 



Fill the center of your cornucopia with a plethora of fresh fruits and vegetables. If going for a classic autumn look, stick to these recommended fruits and vegetables to compliment the colors: 


  • Green & Red Grapes (on the vine)
  • Small Pumpkins
  • Squash
  • Mushrooms
  • Apples
  • Radishes or carrots (both on stem – found in organic produce)


As your cornucopia fills up, you can layer in some cheese, crackers, cured meats, and dips around the vegetables, creating a cornucopia charcuterie board look. The fun of creating your own cornucopia is to be able to eat all the fresh foods, so make sure to arrange for snacking. 

Colorful divider


Lastly our favorite touch is to sprinkle in some festive flowers. Grab a gorgeous fresh bouquet from our floral department to add fall charm to your cornucopia. Happy Feasting! 

Fall floral setting