Fruit and Raw Cheese Kabobs (GF)


Who doesn’t love fruit and cheese! Mmm!

These fun kabobs make a delicious wholesome snack, or light lunch – just serve with some whole grain crackers {or GF crackers} and nitrate-free turkey slices on the side! And if you’re pressed for time, simply skip the the cookie-cutter step and just cube the raw cheese.


These kabobs are as fun to make as they are to eat – so why not get your kids involved! Have them help cut out the fun shapes. Just be sure to carefully supervise young ones if they help to place the fruit and cheese on the skewers – we don’t want any owies!

For some helpful Kids in the Kitchen tips and strategies, check out Cultivating Little Sous Chefs.

Fruit and Raw Cheese Kabobs (GF)

Fruit and Raw Cheese Kabobs (GF)

Ingredients

  • Assorted Fresh Organic Fruit & Berries (virtually anything your kids like will work)
  • Organic Raw Milk Cheese
  • Wooden skewers

Instructions

  1. Use 1-inch to 1 1/2-inch cookie cutters to cut shapes out of raw cheese. Cut fruit into thick pieces. Thread fruit and cheese onto wooden skewers, alternating to create a pleasing pattern.
  2. For safety, be sure to snip off the pointed end of the skewer with a pair of kitchen shears. Place in a flat storage container and chill until serving time (or overnight).
  3. These make a delicious wholesome snack, or light lunch – just serve with some whole grain crackers and nitrate-free turkey slices on the side!

Notes

Don't discard the leftover cheese pieces from the cut-outs, save them for another great snack – cheese and crackers, or use in other recipes.

http://thenourishinghome.com/2012/03/fruit-and-raw-cheese-kabobs-gf/

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