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This year, in less than a week, London will host the 2012 Olympic Games and what better reason to celebrate and have a party. In keeping with the colours of the Olympic Rings why not make some delicious fruity kebabs and serve them with a honey and yoghurt dip. This is a great healthy dessert which may tempt children (and adults) to eat more fruit, and will also count towards their 5 a day.

Fresh fruit is at its best at the moment, if you can why not use some that you have grown yourself.

Fruity Olympic Kebabs

What you will need

  • Wooden Skewers
  • Fresh fruit in the colours of the Olympic Rings:
  • Blue – Blueberries
  • Yellow – Pineapple, Melon, Banana
  • Black – Grapes, Blackberries, Plums
  • Green – Grapes, Kiwi, Apple
  • Red – Strawberries, Raspberries, Watermelon, Plums
  • Wooden Skewers

For the Yoghurt Dip

  • Greek or natural yoghurt
  • Runny Honey


  1. Wash and cut up the fruit into bite sized pieces.
  2. Carefully thread the fruit onto the skewers in the colour order of the Olympic Rings (as above).
  3. Put the Yogurt into a shallow bowl and drizzle over the honey.

To eat

Simply dip the skewered fruit into the yoghurt or spoon it over the fruit.


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P.S. Why not look the part at your party with an attractive Union Jack Kneeler their luxurious layer of memory foam makes them extremely comfortable to sit on as well as protecting your knees with their shock absorbing EVA foam when you are gardening.

They make a great gift too!

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