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Put the bananas, pineapples and marshmallows alternately onto the skewers. Leave about 2 inches on one end as a handle. Brush all sides with margarine. Preheat barbecue to medium.
Cook skewers on greased grill for 1 minute on each side until marshmallows are starting to soften and brown.
By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
I had a Luau birthday party. My mom and I were thinking of how to make the fruits look cool. We had kabobs that same night, that's when I thought of it: Fruit Kabobs. All you do is get different fruits you want and stick them on. I put them in different patterns, and they looked really colorful that way. Get half of a watermelon then stick one end of the kabob in the watermelon. It will look awesome and all my friends really enjoyed it. If you have any other ideas please send them.
By Michelle from Borger, TX
These delicious fruit kabobs are a great healthy snack.
A candy-chunk kabob is a delicious snack to eat anytime!
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Place any combination of 4 pieces of fruit on plastic or wooden picks. Serve with Pineapple Dip.
Beat cheese, yogurt, honey and gingerroot until creamy. Fold in pineapple; cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Ooooh this sounds so yummy! I started Weight Watchers last week and I'm being really good. But, everything in these dishes will be so delicious and a great way to get my daily fruits/vegetables. Thanks for sharing this delicious treat. (09/11/2007)
Thanks for the recipe. The pineapple dip sounds nifty, and very much lower in calories than anything I could purchase from the grocery store. Thanks!! (09/11/2007)