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Cheese and Fruit Kabobs

Cheese and Fruit Kabobs recipe
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Looking for a mid-week pick-me-up? These cheese and fruit kabobs say "party"—even at 7pm on a Tuesday night.
10 min
10 min
8 servings
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I made these for a labor day snack for my family and they loved them! Its amazing how fruit on stick tastes so much better than with out the stick! I also used Dannon La Creme Strawberry yougurt beacuse it is so much creamier than the Breyers.
Made these for a bridal shower and they were a hit! Easy, refreshing, and a lot of color. What was so nice, everyone could choice the type of friut they wanted. We made different combinations.
I made this for a party this spring/summer. They were a big hit because people can pick these up and carry with them and not have to use a bowl and fork like the traditional fruit salad everyone makes. These are very colorful and yummy. To decrease the workload use the cubes of cheese instead of cutting it up yourself.
The kids I watch tell me to make this recipe agian and agian. And what is so cool about it is that I can put any type of fruit the kids like in it.
I made this before and will be again for a wedding shower! So simple, yet different. I've skipped the grapes and used pineapple chunks!
the kids loved these
I use this idea in a nutrition class for dairy & fruit. I use pretzel sticks and let children do themselves for hand-eye. Let the cheese cubes warm a little for easier sticking
My daughter needed a snack to take to her last Brownie meeting of the year. Everyone was bringing in snacks, so I wanted to avoid the 'sweet treats' like cookies. These were Perfect! I cut up the fruit and cheese and my daughter assembled the kabobs. They were easy fun and a healthy success!!
I intend to make this recipe soon, and I know the kids and adults will like it. Thanks for sending it. I am always looking for new and exciting foods to prepare and serve.
The photo shows the kabobs made on bamboo skewers rather than the straws called for in the recipe. Wood skewers are the way to go - cheese doesn't go onto a straw very well.
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