Parents – you know at least a few times a year we are given the lovely opportunity to bring in a treat for our child’s class. It could be for a birthday, Halloween party, or an after school snack just to name a few.
Nevertheless, you know you have some choices to make. Do you resort immediately to the sugar rush of cupcakes and icing? Or, will you be a little more creative and healthier this time around?
Many parents are choosing the latter decision for good reason. Last I checked, white refined sugar is not the best ingredient to put in our bodies. Let alone our children’s bodies!
In place of the new normal, parents are coming up with are some pretty creative ideas with fruit. Fruit is versatile and can be made into several shapes and designs. The sky is the limit!
The possibilities are endless with what you can put on a kabob. So let your imagination run wild!
Below is the recipe for what I used. And don’t forget to have some little helpers help you…
2 cartons of organic strawberries
1 bunch of organic red seedless grapes
1 bunch of organic green seedless grapes
Cake pop sticks
Round black sprinkles (for eyes)
Wash all fruit thoroughly and pat dry. Prep strawberries by cutting off the green stem. Take one grape color at a time and place on kabob switching alternative colors. At the tip of kabob put strawberry on as the head and place two black sprinkles on strawberry as eyes.