STEPS Spear fruit with wooden skewers or floral picks. Crack egg and separate the whites from the yolks. Put the egg whites into a small bowl. If concerned about eating raw eggs, you may use powered egg whites or 2-3 envelopes of unflavored gelatin. Using a basting brush, coat your fruit with a thin layer of the egg whites. With your fingers, lightly sprinkle sugar over the fruit, and rotate as
you go. Continue to sprinkle and rotate, as the first few layers will dissolve into the egg whites. When the coating turns white, add extra sugar to a few spots to create a pretty frostlike look.
Keep sugared fruit in a non-humid environment at room temperature an consume within 24 hours
Let dry for 30 minutes on waxed paper. Arrange dried sugared fruit in a bowl or vase. For an extra sweet centerpiece, add fruit to a floral arrangement or in various bowls along with flowers on your table!
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