A colorful, fun summer treat!
These fruit kabobs are something my mom and I have made for several years. They're great for a delicious summer breakfast, but you can have them anytime! They are so colorful and pretty…and fun to make! Perfect for when you have company…we had family visiting when I made these. My sweet little cousin Anna helped me make them and we had a ball! Here's all you need:
Fresh strawberries (capped and halved)
Pineapple chunks (fresh is better, but you can use canned)
Thickly sliced bananas
Mandarin orange slices (from a can is fine)
One cup of vanilla Greek yogurt (regular yogurt works fine too)
First, line all of your fruit in an assembly line. At the end of your assembly line, spread wax paper with the cup of yogurt on it, then spread coconut for rolling the skewers.
Arrange the assorted fruits on each skewer, pushing them down on the pointed end. You can mix up the order to make them different. When you have filled the stick and made a kabob, holding the wooden ends of the skewer, roll the kabob in the vanilla yogurt, coating as much as you can. Then, roll the kabob in the coconut flakes and place on serving plate. Usually we coat all of ours in the yogurt and coconut, but since we had company, we made some plain as well.
When finished, just lay and stack them on the serving plate to create a colorful, pretty display!
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