Fruit Skewers with Yogurt Dip

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Fruit Skewers with Yogurt Dip, a healthy snack for kids and grown-ups.

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It’s summertime. Markets are full of summer season produce. I love the fresh colours that come with these fruits and vegetables. During my last trip to the grocery store, I ended up buying most that fresh and colourful goodness.

My daughter loves her fruits on any given day. Those are her favourite munchies. So, I came up with these Fruit Skewers and paired it with Yogurt. Besides, it’s holiday time for parties and barbecues. These can be a colourful and nutritious addition to any event.

This is a no-cook recipe and is made in less than 10 minutes. Just cut fruits and whip up some yoghurt. Here I have used strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Gave them a rough cut, and assembled it on a toothpick. To give it a patriotic look, especially for the upcoming long weekend, I have added a piece of mozzarella cheese stick. These skewers add a wonderful colour to any table spread for 4th of July. 

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For the skewers,  I have used a toothpick to assemble all the ingredients. I found normal skewers to be too huge for my toddler. I chopped a strawberry into four equal parts. Two big strawberries gave me 8 skewers. For blueberries and blackberries, I left them as they were. And for cheese, I took a mozzarella cheese stick and chopped them into 8 equal parts, then added them to the skewers. There is a little note of caution: Since toothpicks have a sharp edge, adult supervision is extremely important. When serving it to a toddler, get rid of the toothpick.

For the dipping, I have used 1/4 cup Greek Vanilla yoghurt and added 1/2 tsp sugar. You can add honey or brown sugar, according to your taste. Then, gave it a whip. Just to incorporate everything well and until it turns smooth. That’s it.

This recipe is great for a kids party. You can use any fruit of your choice for these fruit skewers. Make these skewers ahead and refrigerate it for some time. Take them out at the time of serving, so they are fresh and delicious.

 

Fruit Skewers with Yogurt Dip
Cuisine: Toddler Food
Author: DeepikaH
Serves: 8 skewers
Summer special Fruit Skewers with Yogurt Dip
Ingredients
  • FOR SKEWERS:
  • 2 big strawberries
  • 8 blueberries
  • 8 blackberries
  • 1 mozzarella cheese stick
  • 8 toothpicks
  • FOR YOGURT DIP:
  • 1/4 cup Greek vanilla yoghurt
  • 1 tsp sugar/ honey/ raw sugar
Instructions
  1. For Skewers:
  2. Thoroughly wash all the berries. Cut each strawberry into 4 equal parts. Cut mozzarella into 8 equal parts.
  3. Cut off the sharp point tip of the toothpick.
  4. Assemble skewer with fruit and cheese. Refrigerate these skewers until serving.
  5. For Yogurt Dip:
  6. In a bowl, add yoghurt and sugar. Give it a whip till it becomes smooth.
  7. Refrigerate it until serving.
Notes
You can use any fruits of your choice. [br]Adult supervision is needed while serving skewers to toddlers. Get rid of the toothpicks and then serve them to your little ones.

Important Note:

Talk to your baby’s Pediatrician before starting any new food.

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21 comments

  1. Tamara says:

    This caught my eye! My son and daughter-in-law make all of our baby grandson Cade’s food – he turns one on July 14th! I forwarded your blog URL to her. Looks great!

  2. Jacqui says:

    You can never go wrong with fresh fruit! I’m going to the pool today to enjoy the nice weather, and these are going to make the perfect snack to take with me! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

  3. Namita says:

    Hi Deepika

    Thanks for this wonderful idea. I will surely try out a couple of no cook recipes for the upcoming birthday party.

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