Easy Christmas Kabobs
These little Christmas kabobs are adorable and healthy! Love that! They are simple to make – you probably have the ingredients on hand in your kitchen.
If you know me, you know I like adorable food that’s easy to make! These kabobs are cute, but so are these Candy Turkey Pretzel Bites! Gobble, gobble! And these Reindeer Brownies or these Brownie Christmas Trees. This time of year is so fun!
The Recipe for Christmas Fruit Kabobs
Not only would these little Christmas Fruit Kabobs be a super addition to a holiday get-together of family or friends, they would also be a fun and interactive activity to do with the kids over the holiday break. My daughter thought they were fun to make and eat! Plus, they’re on the healthy side, which is a total bonus this time of year!
If you’re looking for an activity during a playdate, this could be it! It keeps the kids entertained and they get a delicious finger-food snack! Perfect!
Christmas Kabobs How-To
You only need four simple ingredients and toothpicks and this little number is ready to go! Grapes, bananas, strawberries and marshmallows are it! Once you’ve cut your banana into slices, and the the ends off your washed strawberries, you’re ready to assemble.
Turn up the Christmas music and take your toothpick and start with putting on a grape, add a banana slice, then a strawberry and finish with a little mini marshmallow for a hat and you’ve got Santa Kabobs that looks oh, so cute!
PRO TIP: If you’re taking the kabobs to a party and don’t want the bananas to brown, try putting a little lemon juice on them.
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- 12 Strawberries
- 12 Green grapes
- 1 Large Banana (or 2 small)
- 12 Mini white marshmallows
- 12 Toothpicks
Wash the strawberries and grapes.
Slice the ends off the strawberries and slice the banana.
Place a grape, then banana, and then a strawberry on your toothpick.
Top with a marshmallow.
Put some lemon juice on the bananas so they don’t brown if the kabobs aren’t going to be eaten right away.
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Eat and enjoy!
What are your go-to recipes for the holiday season? I know many people that have taken these to work parties with rave reviews!
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