Sorry, Ya’ll! I meant to have this up like 2 days ago and life totally got in the way haha.
I went out Tuesday night after work with my friend Michelle for Starbucks and wedding planning (hers not mine lol) and we turned that into a dinner date with our guys. After all, my husband is going to be her soon to be husband’s best man in the wedding. 🙂 Thomas and Stuart have known each other for years and I’m so glad we all got the chance to sit down and catch up the other night!
Then last night, Big Bear and I both jetted from work, went home and changed, ran to the store to grab a little cake and met my best friend and her family for a birthday dinner for her youngin, Kendra!
Yeah, yeah, I took store bought cake. So sue me. haha She’ll be ok, I’m making her a Frozen Princess Castle Cake for her party!
It’s been quite a crazy week! But that’s ok because I’m headed to Carolina Beach tomorrow night. 🙂
So last weekend, Big Bear and I took to the grill and worked on a few meals, desserts and side dishes that were perfect for spring and summer time grilling!
This is one of those desserts!
Grilled Fruit Kabobs
They are quick and easy to put together and take even less time on the grill!
For ours, I picked out some beautiful, red strawberries, a few semi-ripe bananas and a fresh pineapple. Well…as fresh of a pineapple and I can get in my little ol’ city in Virginia. haha
Of course these fruit kabobs are just fine on their own but I did whip up a Brown Sugar Whipped Cream to go along with ours! Seriously, one of the best little whipped cream dips ever!
So what you’re going to need to do it get your fruit kabobs and grill ready.
We cooked ours over a low heat on a charcoal grill.
Cut your fruit into medium to large chunks and thread the fruit onto the kabob skewers.
For the strawberries, I just removed the green tops and threaded them on whole.
You can use your favorite fruits for these. I went with my favorites and made them with the strawberries, banana and pineapple.
But as you can see that some of them only have pineapple and banana on them, that’s because Thomas is pretty much against strawberries because he’s crazy pants.
But anyways. 😉
Serve with the Brown Sugar Whipped Cream!
I whipped up the Brown Sugar Whipped Cream and stored it in the fridge for about 30 minute to an hour before making the kabobs so that it would be nice and chilled for dipping!
Do you grill your desserts? We’ve mainly just been experimenting with fruits as far as grilling desserts but I’m eager to try more things!
Did you miss the Grilled Corn with Herb Butter that I posted on Monday? You’ll want to grab that recipe before I post tomorrow’s burger! It’s an entire week (and maybe two weeks) dedicated to grilling!
Grilled Fruit Kabobs with Brown Sugar Whipped Cream
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