Grinch Kabobs

How to make Grinch Kabobs - Super cute and fun for everyone!
How about throwing together some simple Grinch kabobs for your next holiday get-together? These adorable little snacks are bound to get people talking. These are such a hit with the kids, they love making them and eating them, which means it’s also a fun afternoon activity to keep them occupied for a few quiet minutes before they eat them all.
One of our Christmas Traditions is to watch The Grinch. Both the cartoon and the Jim Carrey version. And you better believe I make up a batch of these to snack on, because, they are simply fun!
Even if your child isn’t a fan of these fruits, often times they will eat them, if they are the ones that put them together.
This also makes for a great low-sugar treat to serve at kids parties, no need for artificial food coloring or overly sugar-filled cookies and cupcakes, just serve these cute little Grinch kabobs!
 
If needed, they still look cute without marshmallows!

Grinch Kabobs

Ingredients:
Green Grapes
Strawberries
Bananas
Mini Marshmallows (Make your own marshmallows with honey)
Toothpicks (Buy bamboo toothpicks here)

Directions:
Wash grapes and strawberries. Slice bananas and cut of the green end of the strawberries. Poke a toothpick into the top of the grape, thread on a banana slice, then the strawberry top, followed by the mini marshmallow.

How To Make Grinch Kabobs - Super fun treat for kids!!

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This post is part of Homegrown & Healthy’s MOSTLY HOMEMADE MONDAYS

 

About the author, Rachel

Hi there! I’m the Joyful Space Specialist. it’s my desire help others create a joyful space of their own and enjoy their time spent at home.

13 Comments

  1. Rozy Lass on 11/08/2013 at 3:55 AM

    Those are absolutely adorable, and we watch The Grinch every year too. Thanks for sharing. I rarely dream up cute things like that so I really appreciate those who do and who share.

  2. Serena Concord on 11/08/2013 at 10:05 PM

    Ooh, I want to do this. Although I might have to use peeled kiwis instead of grapes, just cuz I love them and need more excuse to eat them.

  3. Anonymous on 11/18/2013 at 1:49 AM

    How do you keep the bananas from browning?Lemon Juice???

    • Rachel on 11/18/2013 at 2:00 AM

      We eat them too fast, but if I had to wait to serve them, I would dip them in lemon juice or salt water.

    • Anonymous on 11/30/2013 at 6:36 AM

      Sprite

  4. Chris @InSpiralCoaching.com on 12/10/2013 at 4:50 PM

    Hi there! Just wanted to let you know I’ve compiled a recipe round-up of Healthy Party Sweet Treats on my blog today and I’ve included your recipe! Come and take a look! http://www.inspiralcoaching.com/2013/12/healthy-sweet-treats-party-food-recipe.html. Thanks for a sharing great recipe!

  5. Meeghan on 11/01/2015 at 10:36 PM

    Cute! I am going to use this in a roundup. If it is not okay to use a picture (and link back to you), let me know… 🙂

    • Rachel on 11/02/2015 at 9:54 AM

      Thanks for the headsup Meeghan!

  6. Patti on 07/17/2016 at 5:55 AM

    I love these ideas. I’m putting together a round up of healthy festive ideas for the holidays. It will be published in mid December on Simply Healthy Eats.com. I was wondering if I can use the photo of the finished Grinch kabobs on my site with a link back to yours for the instructions. Thanks for your consideration.

    • Rachel on 07/21/2016 at 4:25 PM

      Absolutely Patty. Thanks for asking! 🙂

  7. Thobeka on 12/17/2017 at 12:12 PM

    This is yummy yummy I love it. How do I prevent bananas from getting brown

    • Rachel Jones on 12/20/2017 at 2:55 PM

      You can give them a quick dip in salt water. But we normally just eat them right away. 🙂

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