Fruit Kabobs turned into Edible Rainbows

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As I write this post it’s raining outside with spurts of sunshine peeking through the clouds in between the showers & who knows, maybe we’ll see a real rainbow?  Regardless, you’re going to want to watch Megan who joined me to make Rainbow Fruit Kabobs with our Pot of Gold Dipping Fun.  Her smile is contagious and was the perfect match up with for this rainbow dipping fun recipe.  I’m just sorry they didn’t catch her contagious giggles on tape to share…

This simple recipe makes for fun classroom treats & I had fun meeting up with Megan to make it and share!

Pot of Gold Dipping Fun by Jodie Fitz

5 oz. Price Chopper light whipped topping

3 oz. low fat vanilla yogurt

2 tablespoons crushed pineapple

2 tablespoons mandarin orange, finely chopped*

1 tablespoon vanilla coconut milk

Β½ teaspoon Price Chopper vanilla extract

Fold the whipped topping, vanilla yogurt, pineapple, coconut milk and vanilla extract together.

Whipped Topping Trade:  Experiment replacing the whipped topping with Greek vanilla yogurt like the Cabot brand.

 Rainbow Fruit Kabobs:  At the Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club we created rainbow fruit kabobs by using skewers found at Price Chopper filled with strawberries, purple grapes, blueberries, green grapes, pineapple and mandarin oranges.  And of course, there are other fruit substitutions that can be used to fit in with the colorful fun that this activity offers.

This one of my Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club Recipes – don’t forget to visit at



20 Comments on “Fruit Kabobs turned into Edible Rainbows”

    1. Hope you had a chance to give it a try?!?!? We love playing with our fruits & veggies πŸ™‚
      ~ jodie

    1. THANK you, just a little tweak on something that’s already delicious, but gives it a new twist! Have a great afternoon,
      ~ Jodie

  1. I love that idea, a good way to celebrate my irish heritage! Thanks for linking up with Eat.Pray.Love πŸ™‚

    1. THANK You…we’re always trying to give it a new twist πŸ™‚ Hope you had a GREAT St. Patrick’s Day…
      ~ Jodie

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