Grinch Fruit Kabobs/Holiday Food Series

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For a sweet and healthy treat for kids and adults, these Grinch Fruit Kabobs due the trick. These are the cutest little treats and kids love them. We served them last Christmas and everyone enjoyed them so much, they will now be a Christmas staple in our family. Here’s how you make them.

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photo copy 5Ingredients: Bananas, Green Grapes, Strawberries, Mini- Marshmallows, and Party Picks (which I got in the liquor department of the grocery store, tooth picks are too short)

photo copy 4Wash the grapes and strawberries. Cut the tops off the strawberries and slice the bananas in even pieces.

 photo 3 copyStack fruit and marshmallow on Party Picks in this order: grape, banana slice, strawberry, mini-marshmallow.

photo 2 copy 2And there you have it…Grinch Fruit Kabobs.

photo 4 copyYou can serve these already assembled or…

photo copy 3make a fun do-it-yourself bar.

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 It’s also very festive served in a snowflake shape.

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Here are some pictures from last Christmas. My nephew and niece enjoying their favorite Christmas treat. The plate of Grinch Fruit Kabobs they assembled themselves with the help of their older cousin (my daughter). They enjoyed putting them together as much as eating them. For young children just be careful of the point at the end of the party pick, you could probably try using thin pretzel sticks to assemble too, but I have not tried that myself.

Grinch Fruit Kabobs

Ingredients:

  • Green Grapes
  • Strawberries
  • Bananas
  • Mini-Marshmallows
  • Party Picks

Directions:

Wash grapes and strawberries. Cut off tops of strawberries. Slice bananas into even pieces. Stack on party pick in this order: green grape, banana slice, strawberry, and mini-marshmallow. Enjoy these healthy, fruity treats.

Hope you enjoy these as much as we do. Merry Christmas.

All the best,

Joy

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