Fruit Kabobs Recipe
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These fruit kabobs are not only visually stunning, they’re also incredibly delicious! Fruit kabobs are a healthy snack, but they’re also a fun, fabulous way to get your young child to eat loads of fruit. Okay, these fruit kabobs also have some chocolate syrup and some sprinkles, but if that’s what it takes for my 3-year old to gobble up fruit, so be it! It doesn’t bother me in the least! :)

If you have a young child who is on the fence about eating fruits, try this recipe. Seriously… try this recipe! These fruit kabobs do not look healthy! They look like a treat- like a dessert that is forbidden and only to be saved for parties & holidays! But that’s our little secret! The truth is that they’re fairly nutritious, consisting of sliced bananas, strawberries, grapes and cherries. Topped with a bit of chocolate syrup and sprinkles, these fruit kabobs only look like a sinfully decadent delight!

And trust me, these fruit kabobs are not just for the kiddos! My husband could not resist eating two of these skewers right away! And who could blame him really? These babies are a keeper! Sure to be in the regular rotation here at Casa Engineer Mommy!

Fruit Kabobs Recipe

Fruit Kabobs Recipe

Fruit Kabobs Recipe


The directions for these cute, little babies are so simple, you really can’t mess this one up! Take some wooden skewers  and start threading your fruit onto the skewer, in any order you prefer. My order was grape-strawberry-banana-grape-strawberry-banana-grape. I also topped each skewer with one maraschino cherry! Because really, who doesn’t love maraschino cherries!?
Fruit Skewers

Fruit Skewers


Then, and this next step gets complicated (sarcasm font), simply drizzle chocolate syrup over the fruit kabobs and top with sprinkles.
Fruit Kabobs Recipe

Fruit Kabobs Recipe


Enjoy these delicious fruit kabobs! Save some for later… well, at least try to! 😉

 







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 November 3, 2014  Posted by

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