Pretty simple and easy to make ... so colourful, appetizing and attractive to guests if you're having some fun fruity party.
Recipe adapted from the cookbook "Desserts All Around The Year" by Martha Day.
120g Strawberries - hulled and cut in halves for bigger ones
2 large Bananas - cut bite-sized
1/2 Mango - peeled, stoned and cubed
2 Kiwi Fruit - peeled and cubed
(Feel free to adjust the quantity and to use your preferred fruits to make your kebabs : pineapple, apple, papaya, star-fruit etc.)
For the sauce
120ml fresh mango puree - peeled and pitted mango
120ml thick plain yogurt (I used low-fat yogurt mango & peach flavour)
1 teaspoon caster sugar
Few drops of vanilla essence
1 teaspoon finely chopped mint leaves (omitted as don't have any in the fridge)
1. To make the sauce, beat together the mango puree, yogurt, sugar and vanilla with an electric mixer.
2. Stir in the chopped mint. Cover the sauce and place in the fridge until required.
3. Thread the prepared fruit on a 6 inch wooden skewers, alternating the fruits.
4. Arrange the kebabs on a large serving tray with the mango and yogurt sauce in the center.
Well, this is so refreshing and fun dipping with the sauce. They liked it so much that we had another round the next day since we still have the fruits. But I only threaded half the quantity with skewers as they couldn't wait for all the fruit skewers to be completed .... they just scooped the sauce onto the cut fruits and munch ... lol ^-^!
Enjoy ! Have a fun dipping fruity day and a great weekend !
"This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (May 2015: YOGURT) organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Cheryl of Baking Taitai"
I'm submitting this post to the Best Recipes for Everyone May 2015 Event (Theme: My Favourite Desserts) organized by Fion of XuanHom's Mom and co-hosted by Aunty Young.
Oh Karen...this is a clever idea... yeah...too much desserts recently and we really need to keep out for our intake...enjoy your healthy dessert ;)ReplyDelete
Karen, I like this idea. Healthy, easy and delicious! :DReplyDelete
I like this idea! My toddler will love this! Hehe.ReplyDelete
Hi Karen, what a healthy dessert! Will definitely give it a try one day. Thanks for sharing it to BREE!ReplyDelete
Hi Karen! This is such a healthy dessert, love the addition of yogurt and mango together. I wish I can find some mangoes here to try this out!ReplyDelete
Hi Karen, how genius to replaced the chocolate fondue with yogurt sauce, very healthy indeed! Thanks for sharing with LTU again! Have a great week ahead!ReplyDelete
ah, this is sure a fun way to eat more fruits!ReplyDelete
So creative to eat fruits this wayReplyDelete
What a brilliant idea. So healthy.ReplyDelete
Definitely better than chocolates sauce, and that's because I'm not big on chocolates.ReplyDelete
This is my kind of kebabs! I know that the lambs, chicken, cows and my happy tummy will thank if I eat these :D
I love to join you for this healthier version of fruit fondue.
Hi -5 I'm joining you in weight watching hehe
Karen, I suppose this is healthier compared to meaty kebabs!ReplyDelete
Such healthy and delicious way of serving fruits! I like!