My cousin had a baby shower recently and I volunteered to bring the fruit. I decided to make fruit kabobs!
Fruit kabobs are great because not only do they look pretty, they also help to stretch the fruit if you are expecting a large amount of people.
Practically any combination of fruit can look nice for kabobs. I chose to use cantaloupe, pineapple, and grapes for my kabobs. I picked up all the fruit at Aldi; they always have great prices on their fruit! The only place I could find wooden skewers was at Publix. I assume they’d be easier to find in the summer.
Here are a few pictures that I snapped on my phone of the process:
Give yourself some time if you are making kabobs by yourself. After I had all my fruit prepped it took me at least an hour and a half to assemble forty kabobs. So yeah… it does take a little while, but it’s worth it!
Here are my kabobs on the table at the shower!
I also wanted to include a picture of another variety of fruit kabobs that my sister made for my baby shower a little over a year ago. I love how the strawberries and blueberries look together. This kind would also be perfect for a 4th of July celebration!
Well, thanks for stopping by my blog! Do you have a favorite variety of fruit kabobs? Feel free to share in the comments!