Yield: 1 servings
FOR A FRUIT KABOB
FOR A VEGETABLE KABOB
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.
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.