Love your fruit Kabobs!I've been busy painting my house and working on a project for my daughters preschool valentines day. Just posted new stuff. My camera has been in my husbands car. Thanks for visiting. Hope your family is having a great New Year.
Your photography is beautiful.Deep rich colors. You can almost reach out and grab one.
Great idea for a healthy treat. Your son is a cutie!In answer to your question about snow. YESSSSSSSSS, we have been receiving snow daily. I am in SW PA.
I want one! They look so yummy!
This makes me think of Spring or Summer-how I could use a little bit of Spring right now when we're under 4 feet of snow. Maybe I'll make a few up for a little Spring in January!
Wow, these are beautiful (and great pics, too!) A nice change of pace from all the winter foods we've been eating.Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I am new to TMTT and look forward to getting to know everyone!
Wow! Tasty and healthy. Wish I had one right now, well maybe two or three.An Arkie's Musings
So funny...I was thinking about doing this for the K Valentine's Party. Yummy!
Healthy can be so tasty and beautiful. Wise choice,and I bet they loved them!
Yum! Fruit dipped in chocolate--double yum! Your family is beautiful!!Thanks for stopping by my blog--your comment was so nice!! And YES-I pretty much hug and squeeze them as much as I can:)
Oh my gosh..that would go perfect for the awesome we are having here in CA!!! Looks sooooo refreshing!
Oh, I love kabobs...especially ones made with fruit! I bet they were a huge hit with the kiddos! So, tell me, just what is your secret for taking such good photos?They're always so clear!
YUM! Looks so delish and reminds me of summer. I wish it was summer.
THOSE LOOK SO GOOD!
I make these for my kids and serve them with vanilla pudding for a dip, and honey wheat pretzels. It's an easy, yummy, pretty lunch, and they love to help make them!
I have done these before and its amazing how grateful people are for something healthy!
I love this idea. We have to do healthy snacks and treats -- including for birthdays -- and I'm not certain yet what I was going to do for Little Miss. Great idea!
looks delicious! a great idea for a school birthday snack, too (even though we seem to be past that fun!) i hope he had a great time passing them out & sharing them with his friends!!
OMGosh! Those look so tasty! What a brilliant idea to take to school. I bet the teachers were thankful and totally impressed! I'm craving strawberries and grapes!Hope you're having a terrific Tuesday!
These look beautiful and so nutritious!! ;D
YUM! What a neat idea! I've never seen or heard of fruit kabobs! Thanks for sharing your great pictures of them!
I love this idea, great idea!! I'm totally going to steal it. How have you been? Can't wait to catch up on your blog. Love ya,katie
How yummy! And fun, too!
What a cute idea!
Those look really good and what a healthy snack for Kaishon to take with him
What a healthy and YUMMY treat. Thanks.
Awesome treat! I could serve those to my bible study girls next time we have a party ;)
I love making fruit kabobs. Everyone loves them, they're easy to make ... and yum - they taste great. Now you've made me hungry!
Look delicious! What a great variation from the traditional cupcakes...
Rebeckah: That looks like a healthy treat for the kids, very nice of you.
Mmmmm, those look delicions! Just need a little chocolate to dip them in ;)
tempt my tummy tuesdays, yeah! that sounds fun to me! what a healthy snack giver you are!
I love fruit kebabs! It's a nice thing to bring to the class when there's already so much candy and stuff.
YUM! We love fruit over here. So good. Actress made these at her cooking birthday party...they were a big hit...along with the pizzas they all made & decorating the cupcakes...very fun.
Those look delicious. They would cost a fortune in Ohio at this time of year. I'll have to keep it in mind for birthday preschool treats. They want only healthy food brought in, and this is fun and delicious! :)
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