Sometimes it’s the way you present food that makes it special. Fruit Kabobs are an example. You could chop fruits up and stir the yogurt in, but it wouldn’t look this good.
Kids will love to make their own kabobs—let them choose the fruit, and maybe slip in something they haven’t tried. Check out the SpendSmart. Eat Smart. recipe page for the Fruit Kabob recipe . Let the kids watch, and after the fruits are cut into pieces, they can take over!
The cost for the fruit kabobs is $2.67 for 30. I wouldn’t buy the whipped topping for just 2 tablespoons, but if you have it on hand, it adds a little.
Fruit Kabobs for $2.67
1 red delicious apple: $0.30
2 kiwi: $0.67
10.6 ounce can chunk pineapple: $1.00
8 ounces low-fat fruit yogurt: $0.66
2 tablespoons fat-free whipped topping: $0.04
-pointers by Peggy