Fruit Kabobs

Never to shy away from adventures that would make most people exhausted just thinking about them, Lesley and I took the girls on vacation to Jellystone Park in Cave City, KY, this past month. It was amazing and packed full of fun times and adventures. One of the those times was making fruit kabobs for the grill. Lesley and I are not huge fans of meat, so we needed to get creative if we were going to try kabobs. Grilled watermelon is all over the place this year, and we were excited to try it. We assembled and grilled. It was interesting how the flavors of both the pineapple and watermelon changed on the grill. Most surprising was the watermelon. It definitely did not taste the way watermelon should. I can see why people like it, but you have to be ready for the difference the grill makes!




Fruit Kabobs

Fruit Kabobs

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cut fruit into square chunks.
  2. Heat the coals on the grill and assemble the kabobs on skewers. Coat the fruit with olive oil.
  3. Grill for 10 to 15 minutes.
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