Dessert Fruit Kabobs are such an easy and fun way to serve a sweet treat, and perfect for summer because they’re no bake. Using fresh blueberries, strawberries, Angel food cake, and white chocolate, these ones are all dressed up for Memorial Day and 4th of July, but you can use any fruit and enjoy them all year round for any occasion. Great for kids and adults!
If you’re ever in need of a quick and easy dessert that comes together in minutes, these Dessert Fruit Kabobs have got your number!
These dessert kabobs are stacked with fresh fruit, my homemade angel food cake recipe, and drizzled white chocolate. So delicious!
Why Fruit Kabobs are so great
- Use any fruit – these ones are all dressed up for Memorial Day and 4th of July, but you can use any type of fruit you want!
- So easy to scale the amount – make as few or as many as you want to suit your size crowd.
- Make them long or mini – use lollipop sticks or standard wooden skewers, depending on how short or tall you want them.
- No oven needed – if you don’t want to make Angel Food Cake, you can simply buy one and then you don’t need to bake anything!
- Make them ahead – you can make these ahead of time and stick them in the fridge until ready to serve.
- Anyone can make them – no special skills or equipment needed to make these!
- Swap out the blueberries and strawberries for some of your other favorite fruits. I would not recommend raspberries or blackberries, however, since they aren’t sturdy.
- Instead of Angel Food Cake, try pound cake or pieces of fudge brownies.
- Drizzle with milk chocolate instead of white chocolate.
- Ditch the chocolate and serve them with sweet yogurt for dipping.
- I used vanilla candy melts instead of white chocolate chips, because candy melts dry and set faster. They also won’t melt if the kabobs are set out on the counter.
- These can be made up to 1 day in advance of needing to serve them. Keep them in a single layer, covered with plastic wrap, and store in the fridge. If you need to stack them to save on space, that’s fine, but make sure the chocolate is completely set first.
Serve anything on a toothpick or skewer, and you’re bound to have happy kids and guests. Food that’s mini or on a stick is just fun to eat, no matter what age you are!
Other fun No Bake Recipes for 4th of July!
- Red White Blue Muddy Buddies
- Red White Blue Ice Cubes
- Red White Blue Cheesecake Parfait
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Dessert Fruit Kabobs
- 14 ounce angel food cake , cut into 1-inch cubes (<< that link is to my homemade recipe, but store bought is fine!)
- 2 pounds small strawberries , stem removed, cut in half across
- 1 pint blueberries
- 1 cup vanilla candy melts
- 48 (6-inch lollipop sticks) or 24 skewers cut in half
- Thread 2 pieces of strawberries, 3 blueberries, and 2 cubes of cake onto each skewer, alternating between each one and ending with a blueberry.
- In a small bowl, microwave the candy melts according to package directions until smooth.
- Place finished skewers on a cutting board and drizzle with the chocolate.
- Transfer to a platter in a single layer and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Reader Questions and Reviews
Colorful and fun, great idea! Wondering if the cake dries out? Perhaps brushing the cake with a liqueur would add some additional flavor.
No question that these are the best served right away, but making them in the morning for an afternoon party won’t dry them out. I love the idea of the liqueur!
What a great idea and very patriotic. Perfect for the upcoming 4th of July holiday!
Want it want it want it.
I feel like food on a stick just makes life better. And more fun. Forks are sooooo overrated.
And I want five of these. For the record.