Red, White and Blue Fruit Kabobs
Patriotic-themed recipes displaying our national flag colors are always so much fun to create and have fun with. Since I was super busy this week getting ready for a summer vacay, I wanted SIMPLICITY. Pure and simple . . . easy. These delicious and healthy Red, White and Blue Fruit Kabobs were perfect!
Every year, I experiment with something new and so far, it has always been something sweet for dessert. These are also fantastic for getting the kids involved in the kitchen. No matter how wonky they may look on a stick. Truth is, there is no one way to put the fruit on the skewers. Go wild and have fun with these.
For the red colors, choose from strawberries, raspberries, or cherries.
And for the blue colors, I always use blueberries.
Finally, for the white colors, you can use bananas or marshmallows. To keep it completely healthy, stick with the bananas.
For decorating the kabobs, go to a craft store and pick up some red, white and blue ribbons, the wooden skewers, etc. Place them in a clear, short but wide, candle glass. Tie the ribbons around the glass and place the skewers upright inside the glass. Serve on some patriotic, red, white and blue plates along with a few kabobs already laid out. If time permits, you can also tie ribbons around the base of each kabob.
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Red, White and Blue Fruit Kabobs
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- 1 – 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled
- 1 – 2 cups fresh raspberries
- 3 bananas, peel removed and sliced into 1/4” slices
- 1 – 2 cups blueberries
- wooden skewers (# depending on how many people you will serve)
- *NOTE: These quantities are not perfect, because it simply depends on how many you will be serving.
- On a wooden skewer, place the various fruits in a variety patterns that you and/or your guests would enjoy.
- This is a great food activity to enjoy kids in the kitchen.
- Let them be as creative as they want.
- Decorate with various red, white, and blue ribbons.
- Serve upright placed in a clear jelly jar.
I love stuff like this for nibbling at cookouts!
They are so beautiful and festive, Roz.
SO easy and yummy!!! LOVE this guilt free snack/dessert/treat!!! Happy holiday weekend, my friend!!! xo
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Beautiful presentation and terrific photographs. They are perfectly festive, happy food. Nice post!
I absolutely love this! It’s very festive and looks delicious! 🙂 Happy 4th of July weekend to you!! 🙂
Gorgeous kebabs – and I love the way you displayed them! Happy 4th of July.
Great fresh dessert that’s nutritious, colorful and delicious! Happy 4th!
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So simple yet tasty, love your presentation!
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so pretty and festive!
These look perfect for the 4th! My little guy and I love fruit, so we would really enjoy these!
Yum, these look so good and festive!! Visiting from Katherine’s. Have a great week!
wonderful presentation Roz ! Un abbraccio
Deliziosi, colorati. Una bellissima presentazione 🙂
So pretty! They look like sparklers 🙂 Hope you had a wonderful 4th, Roz!
This is so, so pretty! Clever and creative.
Hope you are enjoying yourselves on vacation. I know I have enjoyed the photos.
These are so festive, Roz! I love them. The ribbon really adds a lot to the overall presentation, too. Definitely pinning to make for the next patriotic holiday. You always come up with such fun holiday recipes!
These are such a fun, simple & yummy treat!
Great for the 4th of July cook out, and it is three of my all time favorite fruits.
These fruit kabobs are so pretty. Heck, even I could pull them off I think. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing these create kabobs!
How very festive, Roz! I hope you enjoyed your 4th.
oh wow this looks sooooo good.and pretty gonna have 2 make
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Love those so beautiful kabobs!!!! So healthy and super easy to make with my kids. Thanks for sharing:)