Fruit or veggie kabobs

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
½ \N Red apple
1 can Pineapple chunks
1 bunch Red grapes
1 bunch Green grapes
1 small Banana
1 \N Stalk celery
1 small Carrot
12 smalls Cherry tomatoes
1 small Green pepper



For a fruit kabob:

1. Cut the apple into 1-inch wedges. Leave the skin on to make your kabob colorful.

2. Drain a can of pineapple chunks in a colander over the sink.

3. Wash the grapes and remove them from the stem.

4. Peel the banana and slice it into ¼-inch thick rounds.

5. Now take the skewer stick and first put on an apple wedge, then add a pineapple chunk. Next put on a red grape, then a banana, and then a green grape.

Keep doing this until your kabob stick is covered end-to-end with fruit.

Serve these kabobs on the sticks and watch how everyone enjoys them.

For a vegetable kabob:

1. Wash all the vegetables and pat them dry with paper towels.

2. Cut the celery into ½-inch pieces.

3. Cut the carrots into ¼-inch rounds.

4. Clean the green pepper, being sure to get out all the seeds. Cut the pepper into pieces about ¾-inch square.

5. Take the kabob stick and place a celery piece on the end.

6. Add a piece of carrot, a tomato, a green pepper square, another celery, another carrot, another tomato, and so on until the kabob stick is full.

This is a good snack to use with the Dippity Dilly Vegetable Dip.

Nutrition Information:

Depends on which fruits and vegetables you choose, but you can be sure the fuel value will be high and the sugar and fat will be low.

Time to prepare: 10 minutes

1 Kabob: 1 Serving - The Healthy Start Kids' Cookbook Notes: Take your favorite fruits or vegetables, and cut them into squares that are at least 1inch on each side. Take a wooden skewer stick and put the pieces on, alternating. Here's how: Lifetime Online's The Main Ingredient MC Formatted using MC Buster by Barb at PK Converted by MM_Buster v2.0l.

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