Grinch Fruit Kabobs

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Are your kid’s lunches in the holiday spirit yet? To get into the holiday cheer, make these fun and healthy Grinch Fruit Kabobs!

grinch fruit kabobs

Not to be a Grinch, but I refuse to start Christmas celebrating until Thanksgiving is over. So naturally, the day after Thanksgiving is full of holiday cheer and music! As a family, we love this season. Everything from the music to the decorations to the food. There are always so many sweets and treats going around during the holidays that sometimes it’s nice and refreshing to have a healthy snack, too.

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Being surrounded by chocolates and sweets doesn’t make it easy for kids to want a healthy snack, but they will LOVE these kabobs! And while I always gravitate toward fun food, they will be loved by all who see them and eat them!

To make these Grinch Fruit Kabobs, all you need are mini marshmallows, strawberries, bananas, and green grapes! They are such a simple and fun snack, also known as “the best snack ever” according to my daughter, who helped me put them together. :) These kabobs would be perfect for a holiday party or even as a surprise treat in the lunch box!

Your kids will want to help you make these, so be sure to have all the fruits accessible so they can assemble the kabobs themselves.

Looking for other holiday treats? Check out our Gluten-Free Sugar Cookie Recipe and our White Chocolate Popcorn!

Need other fruit kabob ideas? Check out our Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs, and our Frozen Fruit Kabobs!

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Grinch Kabobs
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Strawberries, tops sliced off
  • Banana, peeled and sliced
  • Green grapes
  • Toothpicks
  1. First wash and cut your fruit.
  2. On each toothpick, assemble your kabob as follows: one mini marshmallow, one strawberry, one banana slice, and one green grape.
  3. Enjoy!



    • Clisty says

      I have seen people use string cheese slices instead of the marshmallows. Also to keep bananas from going brown, don’t soak them (soaking makes them soggy) just brush pineapple juice on them.

  1. Lauren says

    For the grinch fruit kabobs, I have been wondering how long they will keep. I’ve thought about making them for a party and for lunches, but the bananas especially make me nervous about turning brown.

    Thanks so much!

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