Frozen Fruit Kabobs

Happy Summer Saturday friends!  I hope you have enjoyed the beautiful was way to hot here to be outside for long, but I had a special treat to help me out with that today...

... Frozen Fruit Kabobs!

This is seriously one of my favorite summer treats.  Josh and I first discovered these on our honeymoon and we were seriously in love (both with these and each other)!

These are simple to make and you can really use any fruit you have on hand.  I went to the farmers market yesterday and picked up some strawberries and raspberries and so I used them along with some kiwis and peaches I already had at home.

All you need to do is chop up your favorite fruits and string them along on some wooden skewers.  

Plop them on a plate and stick them in the freezer for a few hours or until you are ready to enjoy them.

Then grab a lounge, a magazine, and an ice cold water and you are sure to be able to endure the heat for a little longer.  

This cold treat is the perfect summer snack.  What's more is it subsides your desire for that scoop of ice cream and gives you a little extra helping of some delicious, good for you fruits!

Oh how I love Summer!


  1. Love these!! I actually just made fruit kabobs for my son's bday party, they were a huge hit!!
    You commented on my blog,, so I headed over! LOVING your blog!! I am your newest follower and would LOVE the follow back!

  2. Love frozen fruit! I keep grapes in the fridge all the time for a quick refreshing snack!
    Happy 4th of July!

  3. aw this looks yumm/ i love frozen fruit!!
    thanks or linkin!!!:) have a good 4th

  4. These look so delicious! Thanks for sharing!

    By the way, thank you for stopping by my blog & leaving a sweet comment!

  5. hey girl:) just so you know i featured these on Tell me Tuesday!!! come grab a feature button if you would like!

  6. oh my gosh! this is such a cool idea {no pun intended}. definitely worth a try here in TN!

  7. What a fun and easy idea! Love it and am definitely going to try it this summer! :)
    Thank you so much for sharing this @ {nifty thrifty sunday} last week!
    I can't wait to see more from you on Sunday!


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