Looking for a fun school snack, baby shower, or bridal shower appetizer? This donut and fruit kabob skewer is delicious and so easy. Just skewer on donut holes and pieces of fruit. So fun and customizable with whatever fruit and donut hole you want.
Donut and Fruit Kabob Assembly and Mess-Free Packaging
You can use any combination of fruit such as cantaloupe, strawberries, blackberries, and classic glazed cake donuts. To make ahead, cut up the fruit the night before and assembled about an hour or so before eating.
After that it’s just a matter of getting everything on the skewer. To make serving extra easy, say for serving at a luncheon or a school snack, wrap each individual donut and fruit kabob in wax paper and secure with a ribbon. The Pantryware Essentials DeliWaxPaper is a great option for this. Wax paper works great so you can have a built-in mat to put the skewer on. Plus it’s mess free and fun to unwrap.
If dropping off for a school event, deliver the whole thing in a big foil baking tray so that teachers don’t have to worry about returning any Tupperware. For a baby shower or bridal shower, place on a white serving tray. Would also be a fun surprise to serve for Christmas Morning breakfast.
These donut and fruit kabob skewers are a big hit for kids and adults alike!
Donut and Fruit Kabobs
- 2 dozen donut holes
- 1 cantaloupe, cubed
- 2 dozen strawberries, trimmed
- 12 blackberries
- 12 wooden kabob skewers
- Arrange the fruit and donuts on the skewer with the blackberry in the middle. Either wrap each individual skewer in wax paper and secure with ribbon, or serve stacked on a platter.
So if you’re looking for a fast and easy treat to serve as a snack for kids, something pretty to have on a brunch table, or the perfect treat for a bridal shower or baby shower, these fun donut and fruit kabob skewers are where it’s at. And you feel a little less guilt eating donuts when you have fruit to munch on with it. Enjoy!
For another fun and simple treat, check out these Oreo Cake Pops, made with only three ingredients.
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