Fruit Kabobs with watermelon, blueberries, and mozzarella balls are a fun and healthy Fourth of July snack.
They are a great way to keep your kids busy in the kitchen. They’ll love using a melon baller to make balls of watermelon and threading the ingredients on the skewers will keep them entertained while you get other things done.
These fruit kabobs are perfectly delicious as is, but you can amp up the flavor by adding some fresh mint, a sprinkle or salt, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. They are a cool and refreshing snack to munch on that will still leave you with plenty of room for burgers and pie later on.
Serve 4th of July Fruit Kabobs with Hot Dogs with Dr. Pepper Barbecue Sauce, Red, White, and Blue Fruit Salad, Root Beer Baked Beans, and Creamy Macaroni Salad for a 4th of July Cookout everyone will rave about.
4th of July Fruit Kabobs
- 1 small seedless watermelon
- 1 pint blueberries
- 1 (12-ounce) container mozzarella balls, drained
- salt, mint, balsamic dressing, optional
- Using a melon baller, scoop balls of watermelon.
- Thread watermelon, blueberries, and mozzarella balls on skewers.
- Sprinkle with chopped mint, salt, and balsamic dressing if desired.
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19 thoughts on “4th of July Fruit Kabobs”
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What a beautiful and simple 4th of July dessert! I feel like planning for those bbqs can get so hectic and stressful, this fruit kabob is so amazing because it’s delicious AND stress-free. 😀
These are so fun and look so delicious and refreshing! These would be such a great treat for the 4th. 🙂
How cute! Great idea…
How gorgeous are these fruit kabobs?? Loving the mozzarella cheese addition and I think it’s so cool how we’re both on kabob kicks this week! 😀 Pinned!
They may be pretty but I don’t think they taste nearly as good as your 4th of July kabobs with vanilla pudding dip 🙂
Delicious and beautiful! We make these but without the mozzarella balls, adding different types of seedless grapes and then freeze them. The kids love them frozen!
check out my recent post, Caramel Pie!
Oh, can’t wait to check out your Caramel Pie Michael!
These are so festive!!! And look refreshing too 🙂
Oh these just look absolutely fabulous! How creative and healthy too!
These kabobs are gorgeous! I love how you went for a twist to blueberries and strawberries and used watermelon! With the cheese and the contrast in flavours and the mint and balsamic vinegar I can imagine how amazing they are! Pinning these!
These are so cute! Festive for the holiday – I love it!
The fruit skewers looks so cute.. love the little mozerella morsels… 🙂
This is simple and really nice thing for the 4th July 🙂
Oh those are too too cute. Clever too—fruit and cheese. Great to pick up and eat at a barbecue.
Oh yum! These look fabulous for an outside picnic! i just love mozzarella!
OK, so I’m now wishing I had a bunch of children to keep entertained and help me make these! Fabulous idea – I love that you’ve added the mozzarella. 🙂
Definitely going to have to try this!
Hope you enjoy Matt!