A fun dessert that's great for a crowd.
Beautiful and tasty too!
by D. Donna
, Nixon, TX on Aug. 2009
We love making kabobs so when we saw this we just had to try it. We have dipped fruit before but never thought about displaying it this way. So elegant looking, everyone loved it too at the social . Thanks for sharing with us, and have a good day,
Tiny Chocolate Cakes and Fruit Kabobs
by B. Brandy
, on Mar. 2009
Very good ideal. Very good together
Great with fresh summer fruit!
by G. Gwen
, Chicago, IL on Jul. 2008
I brought this along to a BBQ and it went over very well. What a great way to serve up those fresh summer strawberries!
Hit of any party!
by C. Cheryl
, BELLEVILLE, MI on Jul. 2008
I have made this recipe for Summer BBQ's, Garden Parties, Wedding Showers.....
It is SO simple, yet so elegant!
I always get OHHHS & AHHHs when I come walking into a party with a platter of them.
I have also made them using white chocolate covered Angle food cake. Lately I do both!(what a presentation they make!) After the chocolate is set,I then drizzle the cake with the opposite flavored chocolate! I use strawberrys, fresh pineapple & cantelope. DELISH!
by J. J
, MURFREESBORO, TN on Jul. 2008
This is such an easy recipe. Fruit was great- with a nice touch of chocolate.
by H. Heather
, Columbus, MS on Apr. 2008
This can be as simple as you want by using canned fruit or fresh. I followed the picture and added bananas for a dinner party. yum.
tiny chocolate cakes & fruit kabobs
by e. elaine
, little falls, NJ on May. 2007
Easy and fun! Everyone will love to participate, especially the children! Also great to bring on picnics!
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on May. 2007
We had a small dinner party and I served this for dessert. Everyone was so impressed! It was a great dessert & great presentation.
Red Hat Raves
by S. Sandy
, North Chili, NY on Apr. 2007
This was simple to make using purchased pound cake. It works well with a variety of fruits.
Great for little kids
by G. Gail
, East Lansing, MI on Apr. 2007
What a great idea for little kids as they like to try new things, and it is a good way for them to help and they usually will eat something that they can help make.
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