Easy to prepare and attractive on the table !


Ingredients (serves 30 | makes 30 skewers)

  • 30 long bamboo skewers
  • 1/2 watermelon
  • 2 rockmelons
  • 1 pineapple
  • 2-3 punnets strawberries
  • 1punnet blueberries

Method

  1. Cut fruit up into chunks ( reserve 1/2 rockmelon for base )
  2. Thread onto skewers with the pointy end at the bottom. Any order that looks pretty... it's up to you !
  3. cover 1/2 rockmelon in foil
  4. Stick skewers all around rockmelon

Notes... You can use any combination of fruit. I also used a cookie cutter to make rockmelon "A"s for the birthday boy, to sit on top of some of the skewers .

  • These look so festive and perfect for a birthday party.

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  • A fun and colourful to get the kids to eat fruit!

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  • Isn’t it great to have a treat that not only looks amazing but is healthy too. This will be a great hit with the kids and me too. Thank you for sharing.

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  • I like these they look super fun and fruity and creative thanks

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  • Love this healthier version than chocolate and marshmallows, they would be an awesome treat for any time of the day.

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  • These look so delicious. What a creative way to serve fruit to kids. So full of colour. Love the cookie cutter ideas.

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  • This looks so colourful and pretty. Love the idea of using an alphabet cutter for the birthday child’s initials!


    • You would have so much fun with the alphabet cutters.

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  • Such a neat and fun idea; thanks for sharing!

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  • How pretty are these great for kids birthday parties

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  • Yum, they look so cute

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  • Thank you for providing this. A very healthy snack idea.

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  • So pretty and yet so healthy. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Fruit skewers always present nice ! Also nice to bring in the class as a birthday treat.
    I often make different combinations as one my my kids doesn’t like rock melon, water melon and pine apple.

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  • Oh they look so great. Add a tub of Greek yoghurt for dipping and yum yum yum

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