Alternatively, whole food Popsicles! I can’t tell you how many of these we gobbled up over the summer. Shoulda shared ’em sooner, although it’s still plenty hot here in Texas. I like to pair banana, pineapple, and strawberries on half the skewers and use banana and grapes on the remaining skewers for different “flavors”.
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- Arrange the fruit on skewers. Lay on a baking sheet.
- Combine the coconut oil and chocolate, then drizzle over the kabobs.
- Freeze at least 20 minutes before serving.