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Rainbow Fruit Skewers! Fun, Simple, Easy & Healthy. A great Project for Kids. No Cooking Involved & A Great Option for a Holiday or Party Fruit Platter: The idea of a “Rainbow Fruit Kabob” is simply to select fruit that matches the colors of the rainbow! Then slide the pieces onto skewers. Try to be consistent with placement so when you fan them out on a platter you get the "Rainbow Effect".

A great Project for Kids. No Cooking Involved & A Great Option for a Holiday or Party Fruit Platter: The idea of a “Rainbow Fruit Kabob” is simply to select fruit that matches the colors of the rainbow

Love this! I think this is a better idea for cocktail hour than a whole huge display of veggies & people walking around with a plate. This is more conducive to mingling and being on your feet

BEST THING EVER! No mess. No double dipping. No veggies handled by people first! Will definitely do from now on! Great idea for parties (needs a more environmentally friendly cup) - no double dipping and no crowding the veggie tray.

frozen kiwi pops - Such a great idea! <3 this so much. I am a fruit fanatic and if I can make it yummy for the hubby and a "treat" for the kids (someday)...that is a win-win in our house.

Chocolate Covered Kiwi Pops - a fun food craft activity for kids! Recently did this with bananas! YUMMM You freeze them and then dip them in melted chocolate! (Magic shell would work too)

Oreo pops! ( or use  Marshmellow or brownies).  We’re all about trying to keep things simple but fun and personal.  That’s why we love these pops.   You can use Oreos, marshmallows or brownies and add some melted chocolate and some pretty sprinkles and you’ve got a quick, fun and pretty treat!  You can wrap them in cellophane and tied them up with little Valentine’s  or Christmas tags.

Oreo-on-a-Stick fun! Pop stick, Oreo, Dipping chocolate or candy melts, sprinkles. Taylor to a specific holiday and you have an easy treat to sell or give away.