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Healthy Appetizer Recipe

Fruitfully Cheesy Kabob

fruit and cheese kabobs


This healthy appetizer recipe is perfect for a quick snack or as a side dish to any meal of the day.

With healthy fruits and low fat cheese, this appeitzer can help you stay within your allowance for your diet plan.

The great thing about these kabobs is that there is no cooking involved.

Just some cutting and cubing and you are ready to thread the ingredients onto your skewer.
It's so easy that everyone in the family can make their own.

These are great for picnics, cookouts or parties. So grab some fresh fruits, low fat cheeses and don't forget the wooden skewers.



Fruitfully Cheesy Kabob


This kabob is so simple to put together and has several yummy tastes in one healthy appetizer.
 
You can change it up by using different fruits and cheeses. You can even add a few slices of deli ham, turkey or your favorite lunch meat. This cold but juicy kabob makes a great appetizer or side dish.

If you really want to go healthy with this appetizer recipe, try using fruits and veggies only. For you Weight Watchers members that would be a zero points snack.

Recipe Type

Appetizer, Fruits, Side Dish, Snack

Degree of Difficulty

Very easy

Ingredients

  • 16 each Red Grapes
  • 8 ounces Cheddar cheese low fat (cubed) (approx 1 oz per cube)
  • 8 ounces Monterey Jack cheese (cubed) (approx 1 oz per cube)
  • 8 each Strawberries, Large (halved)
  • 8 each Wooden Skewers

Directions

  1. Cut strawberries in half. If they are extra large you may want to cut them in quarters.
  2. Cut cheese into 1 inch cubes
  3. Thread each skewer with the grapes, cheeses and strawberries alternating between the ingredients.

Cooking Times

Preparation Time:10 minutes

Cooking Time: n/a

Total Time: 10 minutes

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition facts shown below are per serving. The number of serving is noted in the header section below.

The serving size is the first item noted on the nutrition facts table.



Nutrition Per Serving

Number of Servings: 8
Serving Size 2.2 oz
Calories 105.48
Total Fat 6.41g
      Sat Fat 3.99g
Cholesterol 18.7mg
Sodium 195.54mg
Total Carbohydrates 3.63g
      Fiber 0.45g
      Sugar 2.6g
Protein 8.49g


Weight Watchers Points

Orig. WW Pts: 3
Points Plus:2

Note: The Points Plus values do not include the nutrition for the grapes and strawberries.

Tips

This is a fun appetizer recipe for kids to help with. They will love threading the fruits and cheeses on the wooden skewers. Plus it's a healthy snack for them to have after school.








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