Valentine Kabobs: Healthy and Sweet

Image contains assorted heart shaped red and pink candies on skewers with more candy scattered on a white table.

If you’re looking for sweet and festive treats to make for Valentine’s Day, Chef Noah has you covered. Here’s how you can create candy and fruit kabobs the whole family will enjoy! Check out his video instructions and/or the photos below.



Image contains three candy kabobs with gummy heart candies, marshmallows, and other red, pink, and white candies.

Combine your favorite gummy heart candies with marshmallows, Life Savers, and other soft/gummy red, pink, and white candies. Add them to a skewer in any pattern you like. To give them as gifts, wrap them in individual treat bags and tie with ribbon.


Image contains three fruit kabobs; heart shaped watermelon and strawberries on skewers, on a white plate.

Use a small heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut watermelon (and/or other fruits). Remove the tops from strawberries and cut a “v” shaped notch in the top to give them a heart shape too. Add the fruit to skewers and serve.

If you’re feeling especially adventurous, why not mix the two and put some candy and fruit together? What do you think? What kind of kabobs would your family enjoy the most?

Image is a collage of candy and fruit kabobs for Valentine's Day.

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