Fun Fruit Kebabs
Looking for a fun way to get your kids to eat more fruit?
Brooke Burke and her daughter Rain share a great recipe that doubles as an artsy activity....
- Thick, dry spaghetti noodles
- Cubed string cheese
- Grapes of any color
- Thick sliced banana
- Any other favorite fruit
You can use wooden skewers, but since they aren't so appropriate for school lunches, Brooke suggests using thick spaghetti noodles to create her kebabs.
Let the kids layer on their favorite fruits in whatever order they like. Brooke's son Shaya likes banana on his, and Rain likes a variety of colorful fruits.
Shaya is holding out for marshmallows :)
Mix in a couple chunks of string cheese to incorporate a little protein into this fresh, healthy snack.
Want to watch Brooke take you through this recipe step by step? Check out the video below - and be sure to take a look at all the other great cooking videos on the ModernMom YouTube Channel.
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