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Fruity Fun Skewers Recipe

Are you looking for a fun but healthy snack that both you and your children will love? Try my delicious Fruity Fun Skewers Recipe today! Everyone is sure to love it!

Fruit Skewers

Delightfully light and refreshing these Fruit Skewers are a tasty treat. With Apple, Banana, refreshing Cantaloupe, and juicy red strawberries on display standing on a white platter. Such a healthy, vitamin enriched refreshing treat your taste buds will literally rejoice.

These wonderful fruit Skewers make an excellent after school snack treat for the children. So healthy and juicy the kids will ask for these more often.

Additionally, you will know that this delicious treat is healthy and full of antioxidants instead of a sugar laden snack. Skewer the fruit and let the strawberry be the juicy red top of these delightful Skewers.

These are easy to make and very easy for little hands to handle. No plates or utensils needed for this juicy after school treat.

So go ahead, make plenty, and let the youngsters enjoy the juicy goodness of spring on a Skewer. Who would have thought fruit could be so much fun to enjoy.


Do You Like Fruit Skewers?

Kid-friendly Fruity Fun Skewers Recipe
Summary: Fruit can be enjoyed in many ways, either eaten fresh or used in another recipe like a pie or cake. This recipe turns the fruit into beautiful, colorful, appetizer kabobs.
Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Appetiser
Serves: 5
Prep time: 
Total time: 
  • 2 peeled chopped bananas
  • 5 halved strawberries or blueberries
  • ¼ cantaloupe cut into cubes or a small can of pineapple chunks
  • 1 apple in chunks
  • 10 wooden skewers
  1. Thread the fruit alternately on to the skewers.
  2. Arrange the fruit skewers decoratively on a serving platter.

Photo Credit: fruit on a stick by janineomg, on Flickr

Photo Description:

Fruit kabobs are a great way to encourage the kids to eat their 5-a-day and they are also beautiful and colorful, making them an idea choice for appetizers. Serve these at a cocktail party, informal gathering, or just make them for the family to enjoy. Something else you can do if the weather is hot is freeze them, then you can enjoy frozen kabobs which are low in calories and fat-free. The photo shows how good these look, and you could serve them with some vanilla yogurt so people have something to dip them into.

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