Fruit Kabobs

A few moments on a hot grill can transform ripe fresh fruit into a delectable treat. Brushing the kabobs with a light honey syrup tinged with cinnamon adds a layer of flavor that helps bring out the fruit’s natural sweetness. Any combination of fruit will work, but the strawberries, pineapple, banana and apple here are a particularly festive combination.

Sharon Bowers

Fruit Kabobs

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    1 banana 1/4 cup honey, for the syrup
    12 strawberries 3 tablespoons water, for the syrup
    1 apple 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, for the syrup
    12 chunks fresh pineapple


    Total: 45 min
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    • 1

      Soak 6 bamboo skewers in water for 20 minutes and prepare a medium-hot fire in the grill.

    • 2

      Cut the fruit into chunks (halve the strawberries) and thread onto the skewers, leaving a little room at either end so you can pick them up.

    • 3

      In a microwavable cup, heat the honey on high for 30 seconds (this makes the honey thinner). Stir in the water and cinnamon; brush the fruit liberally with this mixture.

    • 4

      Grill the skewers 2 to 3 minutes over indirect heat; flip the skewers and grill an additional 2 to 3 minutes, until the fruit is lightly browned but not charred. The fruit should start to soften but not get mushy.

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