Rainbow Fruit Skewers Recipe

Rainbow Fruit Skewers

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follow meRainbow Fruit Skewers are full of nutrients, look gorgeous and taste great!

What I love about making Fruit Skewers is the kiddos enjoy eating them! It’s a great way to get picky little ones to eat their fruit. Since fruit is packed full of nutrients and antioxidants, this is something we definitely want them eating.

The kiddos can help make these just be careful they know the ends of the skewers are sharp.

Also, grab some plain yogurt with agave or honey mixed into it to dip these delicious treats in…it’s healthy and tastes great!

Rainbow Fruit Skewers Recipe

Rainbow Fruit Skewers Recipe


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  • The amount of fruit you need really depends on how many skewers you want to make....but here is what I used:
  • Green grapes
  • Red grapes
  • Pineapple
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries (cut in half)
  • Cantaloupe
  • Skewers


  1. To make it look like a rainbow, follow this pattern:
  2. Put 2 Red Grapes on the skewer
  3. Then 2 blueberries
  4. Next is 2 Green grapes
  5. Put on a chunk of pineapple
  6. Then a chunk of cantaloupe
  7. Last you will want to put half of a strawberry on (I use half because the large ones ten to be too big).
  8. Optional - make a yogurt dip with plain yogurt and a little honey or agave mixed into it.
  9. Enjoy!

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Rainbow Fruit Skewers



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  3. My daughter picked these out of the Pinterest line up for her first “take to school” birthday treat! Thanks a bunch! Oh, I plan on making these with her the night before..will they hold in the fridge until the next day when I take them for end of the day snack or do you think I should make them myself closer to time?

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