Grilled Fruit Kabobs

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It’s not officially summer yet, but in my books grilling season is here! Last week we tried something new to us and made up fruit kabobs lightly coated in honey. The result was sweet and succulent, definitely a grilling success.

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Grilled Fruit Kabobs

  1. Soak skewers in water while cutting fruit
  2. Remove skewers

    from water

  3. Thread fruit onto skewers alternating between different types of fruit. Leave approx 1-2’’ on each end of skewer free of fruit to allow for easy handling and turning while on the grill
  4. Using a pasting brush, lightly brush fruit on all sides with honey. This will help keep the fruit from sticking on the grill plates
  5. Place kabobs in the middle of the grill, grilling over high heat. Turn the

    kabobs every minute. Keep in mind the fruit will cook very quickly.

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These kabobs make a perfect pairing to a summer meal or can be enjoyed as a sweet but healthy desert alternative. If already grilling, simply turn the heat to low and let the kabobs cook slowly while enjoying the main course.

Here’s to happy and healthy summer of grilling! :-) Rich Text AreaToolbarBold (Ctrl / Alt Shift B)Italic (Ctrl / Alt Shift I)Strikethrough (Alt Shift D)Unordered list (Alt Shift U)Ordered list (Alt Shift O)Blockquote (Alt Shift Q)Align Left (Alt Shift L)Align Center (Alt Shift C)Align Right (Alt Shift R)Insert/edit link (Alt Shift A)Unlink (Alt Shift S)Insert More Tag (Alt Shift T)Toggle spellchecker (Alt Shift N)▼
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It’s not officially summer yet, but in my books grilling season is here! Last week we tried something new to us and made up fruit kabobs lightly coated in honey. The result was sweet and succulent, definitely a grilling success.

Grilled Fruit Kabobs
Variety of fresh fruit, cut into approx 1’’ chunks. We used strawberries, pineapple, bananas, and kiwi fruit.
Bamboo skewers
1 Tbsp honey for coating
Soak skewers in water while cutting fruit
Remove skewers from water
Thread fruit onto skewers alternating between different types of fruit. Leave approx 1-2’’ on each end of skewer free of fruit to allow for easy handling and turning while on the grill
Using a pasting brush, lightly brush fruit on all sides with honey. This will help keep the fruit from sticking on the grill plates
Place kabobs in the middle of the grill, grilling over high heat. Turn the kabobs every minute. Keep in mind the fruit will cook very quickly.

These kabobs make a perfect pairing to a summer meal or can be enjoyed as a sweet but healthy desert alternative. If already grilling, simply turn the heat to low and let the kabobs cook slowly while enjoying the best price for viagra main course.

Here’s to happy and healthy summer of grilling! :-)
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  • http://swankydietitian.com/ Kristen @ Swanky Dietitian

    I just love grilling fruit! I haven’t done it yet this summer though. This post reminds me to get on it. :)
    I nominated you for a blogger story telling award! http://swankydietitian.com/2012/06/13/refreshing-lentil-salad/

  • Nikki

    This sounds delicious! I am certainly going to have to try it!