Fruit kabobs are so simple, yet always such a hit! My boys loved the rainbow fruit kabobs we made for St. Patrick’s Day, so I thought now was a great time to share these Easter fruit kabobs I’m putting together for snacks this week and beyond, and for our Easter brunch!
What I love about making these, is that you can really just use whatever fruit you have on hand. For these after school snacks, I used honeydew melon, strawberries, oranges, grapes and bananas. Pineapple or cantaloupe would be great for the little bunny cutouts too! I love this little set of nested bunny cookie cutters I picked up at Target (here), I’ve been using for lunches and fruit shapes this week!
The steps for creating fun fruit kabobs is simple: 1. Cut up your fruit. 2. Thread onto wood skewers. That’s it!
You can also let the kids create their own kabobs (watch out for sharp skewers)! Or, serve them with a fun side for dipping, like nut butter, or whipped cream.
If you love these, you should go check out my orange fruit snacks that I put together for Easter too! They’re super fun, and you can make them at the same time.