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Rainbow Fruit Kabobs

Fruit kabobs are quite possibly one of the most fun snacks there is. Combine them with a dip and you’ve got yourself a solid winner! St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and I thought these would be a fun idea for an after school snack (or even breakfast!) 

There’s no gold at the end of this rainbow, but I guarantee nobody will ask for it. 😉

You’ll see I assembled these with strawberries, cantaloupe, banana, grapes and blueberries, but the possibilities are endless, use your imagination! You could also use pineapple, watermelon, kiwi, honeydew melon, orange slices… I can keep going!

Rainbow fruit kabobs | St. Patrick's Day breakfast | Rainbow food ideas | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

I didn’t include a dip here, but I think a whipped topping would be fun if your kids are big dippers like mine. I love these because the steps are simple:

  1. Wash + slice fruit
  2. Slide onto kabob + serve!

Done. 

Told you it was simple! If you haven’t already downloaded your free St. Patrick’s day printables, click here to get them! And for more fun breakfast and snack ideas, check these out

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Rainbow fruit kabobs | St. Patrick's Day breakfast | Rainbow food ideas | GinaKirk.com @ginaekirk

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