Monday, April 9, 2012

Dessert Fruit and Cake Kabob Recipe Plus Video





Perfect for family outings, just omit the Kahlua for the kids! Here is one dessert you won't have to worry about in the sun. The Chocolate is warmed and taste great! Easy too. The kids can make the dessert while your warming up the grill to have a great barbecue with Friends and Family!  Happy Spring and Summer!  Enjoy!
 
Dessert Kabobs:

Strawberries,  washed and dry
Large Marshmallows
Store bought Pound Cake cut up into cubes
Warmed Hot Fudge Sauce Homemade or buy a jar of Hot Fudge Sauce found in the supermarket in the ice cream section and add the Kahlua
 2 tablespoons or more of Kahlua
Optional:  Toasted Coconut or chopped nuts
Wooden Skewers

Mix 1/4 cup hot fudge sauce with two tablespoon or more of Kahlua in a small microwaveable bowl. Set aside.

With your wooden skewer, thread strawberrie, poundcake, marshmallow and repeat until you have filled the wooden skewer. 
Place all the skewers on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Microwave the hot fudge for 20 seconds, stir and using a fork drizzle over the kabobs. If using coconut sprinkle that on or nuts and serve.



18 comments:

bellini said...

This is definitely a great idea for those picnics coming up.

Tina said...

Cook outs definitely require some cold desserts and this does look like the perfect thing. It does take cake of the sweet tooth but it is fairly on the light side. The different textures sure must make one terrific, tasty bite! Great post.

Greg said...

Great idea! A fun dessert that kids as well as adults will love to make and eat (minus Kahlua for kids).

Greg said...

Great idea! This is a great dessert for adults and kids will like it too, if you take out the Kahula.

Suzi said...

What a great idea, dessert on a stick, easy and no plates to clean up. I love it. Hope you have a wonderful day.

Jen @ Juanita's Cocina said...

What a fabulous and fun recipe! My boys (and me!) would love this!

Kiri W. said...

Oooh, delicious! What a cute idea to have this presentation!

Lizzy said...

So simple, yet elegant and delicious!!!

PS...you should be the skinny chick who can cook!!! I saw your mini self on Facebook! And speaking of looking young...wow, you sure do!!!

Claudia said...

This is so very pretty - as pretty a the spring blossoms and a unique addition to my annual 4th of July barbecue - when the desserts just wilt!

Jenn Kendall said...

these are such a fun and quick dessert - love it!

Alida said...

Wow. This is heaven. They are a great dessert to offer to people and of great effect!

Cucina49 said...

Claudia, you're killing me with the cake when it's Passover! :) These look perfect--and yes, portable enough for a picnic!

drick perry said...

agree with Claudia, great summer desert treat and clever too... know you had a great Easter, here is hoping you have a great week...

Becky said...

Such an easy and wonderful dessert! fun to make and fun to eat! Thanks for sharing this recipe

Vicki Bensinger said...

What a fun recipe this is and I love the kebobs. I've always thought kebobs are perfect for parties and so easy to eat. I will be sure to try these.

Heidi {Young Grasshopper} said...

great idea :)

Bake-A-Holic said...

Foods on sticks are always fun! Especially for a party.

Magic of Spice said...

What a fantastic and fun idea!