Free Fruit Coloring Pages for Kids - 29 Printable Sheets

What is your favorite type of fruit? Among these free fruit coloring pages, you'll find familiar fruits like apples, oranges, peaches, and pears.

You will also find unusual tropical fruits like dragon fruit and mangoes.

You can color an entire basket of fruit. It is called a cornucopia.

What, though, if you don't really like fruit? Well, we've got a few sayings for you. If "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" and "A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down," then a candy apple is our prescription for you! Candied apples are dipped in tasty candy and rolled in nuts, sprinkles, or candy pieces.

Need some inspiration after completing all of the coloring guides featured in Free Fruit Coloring Pages? Look no further, we have plenty more where that came from in our Free Plant Coloring pages.

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They also say "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade." Pour yourself a tall and tasty glass with our lemonade coloring picture!

Online Coloring Pages for Kids

Get creative with this interactive mango coloring page. Experiment with unique color combinations and see which one looks the best!

In addition to the usual printable coloring pages, we also have online coloring available for every coloring sheet in this post!

Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.

Free Printable Fruit Coloring Pages

Coconut Coloring Sheet

I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts, and now you do too! Coconuts have a green shell. When this is removed, they have a brown, hairy exterior. The inside of the coconut is bright white.

Dragon Fruit Coloring Sheet

Dragon fruit looks like something out of this world, but it is very much a fruit. The outside is pink with green "leaves." The inside is white with black seeds.

Candy Apple Coloring Sheet

Will the apple inside be red, green, or yellow? And the candy - is it dark brown chocolate, light brown caramel, or red cinnamon? Multicolored sprinkles or tan peanuts? The choices are endless!

Corn Cob Coloring Sheet

We often think of corn as a yellow grain, but it is commonly white or yellow and white "peaches and cream." Certain types of corn can even be red, orange, blue, purple, or black!

Orange Coloring Sheet

The name of this fruit gives you a clue about its usual color. But oranges can also be green when unripe. Some varieties are reddish or yellowish.

Avocado Coloring Sheet

Avocados do not taste sweet, but they are still a fruit. Give this one a dark green outer peel, light green flesh, and a brown pit or seed.

Pears Coloring Sheet

Pears range from brown and red to yellow and green, depending on the variety. Have you ever wondered if pears always come in pairs? The ones on this coloring page do!

Banana Coloring Sheet

Most bananas turn from green to yellow as they ripen. A few varieties are unusual colors, such as pink. When overripe, bananas develop black spots.

Pumpkin Coloring Sheet

Traditionally, pumpkins are orange in color. But they can also be white, brown, green, red, or multi-colored.

Peach Coloring Sheet

If someone says "You're a peach," it means they think you're sweet! Most peaches are peach in color - and orangish-pink shade.

Pineapple Coloring Sheet

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Interestingly, pineapples don't live there, but they do grow in tropical places. Pineapples have green leafy tops and green, yellow, or brown fruits.

Apple Coloring Sheet

Apples are often red, yellow, or green, or some combination of these colors. What type of apple is your favorite one to eat?

Lemon Coloring Sheet

Lemons are yellow. Before they ripen, they are green - resembling a similar fruit, the lime.

Strawberry Coloring Sheet

Most strawberries are red with brown seeds. Some types are pink or greenish. There is even one type of strawberry that is white with red seeds!

Watermelon Slice Coloring Sheet

On the outside, watermelons are striped with light and dark green or green and yellow bands. On the inside, they may be red, pink, orange, or white.

Cornucopia Coloring Sheet

A cornucopia is a horn-shaped basket used for holding fruit. This one contains pumpkins, eggplant, corn, grapes, apples, and more.

Mango Coloring Sheet

Mangoes are yellow, orange, or red when ripe. Some mangoes are small - fitting in the palm of your hand - while others would take two hands to hold!

Acorns Coloring Sheet

Acorns are the fruit of the oak tree. Most acorns are brown. They can be ground to make flour for baking bread.

Lemonade Coloring Sheet

When life gives you lemons... regular lemonade, green limeade, or pink lemonade, the choice is yours.

Tomato Coloring Sheet

Tomatoes are often red in color, but did you know? Tomatoes can also be yellow, orange, brown, green, purple, or even black when ripe. Or, they may be striped with these different colors.

Grapes Coloring Sheet

Grapes can be many different colors. Some are purple, while others are red or green. What type of grape is your favorite?

Apricot Coloring Sheet

Apricot fruits are peach or orange in color. A member of the stone fruit family, they contain a pit - a seed - that is tan or brown in color.

Blueberry Coloring Sheet

As their name suggests, blueberries are usually blue in color. A few varieties are cream-colored or light pink.

Lime Coloring Sheet

Limes are green inside and out. They have a white membrane between each triangle-shaped segment.

Papaya Coloring Sheet

Papayas have green, yellow, orange, or red exteriors, and light orange, melon-colored flesh. They are filled with hundreds of small black seeds.

Guava Coloring Sheet

Most guavas are green in color, but they are sometimes yellow or orange. The flesh inside is bright pink and rimmed in white.

Fig Coloring Sheet

Figs can range in color from green to brown to purple on the outside. The flesh inside is often bright pink, orange, or red, and rimmed in white or cream.

Pomegranate Coloring Sheet

Pomegranates are dark red in color. Inside are small berries called arils. They also gleam red like rubies.

Cranberry Coloring Sheet

Ripe cranberries are red in color, sometimes tinged with black or purple. Some are yellowish-orange with a hint of red.

Fruit Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?

Which of the above fruit-themed coloring pages was your favorite?

You can download and print these coloring pages to make your own fruit-themed coloring book. Or, you can color them online.

You can print the pages and cut them out to add many, many more fruits to the fruit basket!

Ready for something different than what was included in Free Food Coloring Pages list post? Take a peek at the great options found within this selection of guides and get inspired again!

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