Grinch Kebabs Christmas Food Ideas

Grinch Kebabs Christmas Food Ideas

Last week I showed you guys some Reindeer Rice Krispies which are so easy to make with our without the kids. This week it’s all about the Grinch Kebabs. These take minutes to make, look fun and are healthy as well is you miss the marshmallow treat on top (everybody needs some sugary goodness). This year I really wanted to make more items with the kids, be it Christmas snacks or crafting. The twins are now 5 and getting so into making so it would be such a shame not to get them involved as well.

Grinch Kebabs picture of my fruit kebabs made with banana, strawberry and grapes

Grinch Kebabs

The ingredient list for the Grinch Kebabs is short and easily obtained in a local fruit and veg shop or supermarket. You can also switch the cake pop sticks out for cocktail sticks if that’s easier to source. We find the cake pop sticks easier for small hands, means they can hold the stick easier and we have fewer accidents.

Grinch Kebabs picture of my fruit kebabs made with banana, strawberry and grapes

Ingredients

Bananas

Strawberries

Grapes

Icing

Cake Pop Sticks

Small Marshmallows

Grinch Kebabs picture of my fruit kebabs made with banana, strawberry and grapes

How to Make
  1. Tail the strawberries, wash and leave to dry on some kitchen paper
  2. Slice your bananas in 1cm thick pieces
  3. Wash grapes and leave to dry
  4. Make up a small amount of icing using icing sugar or ready-made icing in tubes
  5. Take your Cake Pop Stick and begin pushing the fruit through beginning with a piece of banana, grape and then strawberry
  6. I pop my filled sticks in a mug for ease and then apply a small amount of icing sugar on the top the strawberry and place a small marshmallow on top
  7. Allow icing to dry and voila you have your Christmas Grinch Kebabs.

 

Grinch Kebabs picture of my fruit kebabs made with banana, strawberry and grapes

I hope you guys enjoyed, these are so easy to make look good and are fun 🙂 Stay tuned for next weeks ideas

 

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8 Comments

  1. 15/11/2017 / 6:31 PM

    What a fantastic idea! I would definitely make these for myself haha! Anything that can encourage youngsters to gobble up their fruit and veg is a good thing in my book, so well done you for this innovative idea!

    Abbey ❤️

  2. 15/11/2017 / 9:29 PM

    How cute are these? Love how simply they are to make x

  3. 16/11/2017 / 12:46 AM

    These are so fun! I love fun Christmas snacks like this, and it’s a great way to encourage little ones to eat more fruit!

  4. 16/11/2017 / 9:22 PM

    These look so cute and a great way to encourage the kids to eat more fruit. I would be doing this when My LO is older she loves fruit st the moment

  5. 17/11/2017 / 11:45 AM

    These are so simple to make, but they look amazing! I’d probably draw a Grinch face with edible marker too 🙂

    Louise x

  6. Claire
    17/11/2017 / 7:25 PM

    These look super easy and cute to make! I need to try them haha, I love the idea!

  7. 18/11/2017 / 11:08 AM

    Such a lovely idea to use fruit, and easy to make. A great idea. My little boy loves fruit kebabs, he won’t eat fruit in any other way. (ridiculous but true).

  8. 19/11/2017 / 2:44 AM

    Indeed this is such a cool and cutie idea to add for the upcoming Christmas design. I am now printing this to add on my to do recipes over the holidays.

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