These colorful and delicious fruit kabobs with chocolate make the perfect classroom snack that is healthy and fun!
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My son is snack leader for his school classroom tomorrow, so I figured I’d make something a little more healthy to boost the kiddo’s immune systems…especially with all of this coronavirus stuff going around! I know personally, it’s hard to get enough good vitamins and nutrients into my own kiddos on a daily basis – so making fun snacks like bug/insect treats or rainbow fruit kabobs, is a great way to get them eating all of those good for you essential nutrients!
I purchased wooden craft sticks in the craft section of Walmart…these are way cheaper than the kabob sticks in the food section, and got busy!
Thread each piece of fruit onto the wooden skewer, in whatever order you would like. Once To finish it off, place a dab of hot glue on the bottom of a Hershey Kiss and place onto the end of a wooden skewer.
It really was so easy but I know that the little kids will love them!
More Great Kabob Ideas!
Rainbow Fruit Kabobs