Brownie Kabobs

posted by Andrea | 07/6/2010

What do you get when you mix chocolate brownies, fruit, and marshmallow?

Delicious brownie kabobs – of course!

These brownie kabobs are so fun and easy to make and are always crowd pleasers.

As you can see, I went with a patriotic theme; however, feel free to use what you have on hand.

Ingredients:

  • Brownies — Pick your favorite recipe
  • Fruit — Choose 2 or 3 of your favorite fruits (preferably ones that will taste good with brownies)
  • Other — Decide what other ingredients you want to add (if any)
  • 2 T. chocolate chips

Directions:

  • Make your brownies and let them cool
  • Wash and stem your fruit

  • Cut brownies into bite-sized pieces (I used 1-inch star cookie cutters)

  • Assemble your kabobs, alternating fruits, brownie, and other ingredients.

  • Melt chocolate chips in a plastic bag (microwave on 50% power in 10 second intervals)
  • Cut the tip of the baggie off and drizzle the chocolate over your assembled kabobs.
  • Enjoy eating them or bringing them to your next party!

What are your favorite kabob ingredients?

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4 comments

  1. Jen @ BigBinder

    09/05/2010

    YUM! These look awesome – they would be so cute with a ‘real’ kabob. So glad you linked this up!

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  2. Carol@simple_catholic

    09/07/2010

    This brownie recipe looks so good and yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Linda

    09/30/2010

    oh weeee, thank you for this! =D

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  4. Unique Side Dishes to Bring to Your Summer BBQ | yestotally.com

    05/17/2012

    [...] Brownie “kabobs”: These kabobs are so adorable and I bet they taste amazing. And, if you, like me, aren’t the best at baking, I bet they would be just as good if you bought some pre-made brownies and cut up squares to add to the kabob (though the stars are a nice touch)! [...]

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