Eating My Way Through the Alphabet; Letter A

What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? Eat More: Angel Food Cake Kabobs! Feeling Patriotic? This colorful dessert is perfect for an Independence Day picnic or gathering. Strawberries for Red, angel food cake for White, and blueberries for…..well, you know…Blue! Get the kids involved by letting them assemble the delectable desserts in advance. Better throw in extra ingredients for nibbling. Transport the kabobs in pint-size canning jars. Drizzle with chocolate before serving or make up individual portions of hot fudge sauce in small jars for dunking. It’s all fun and celebration for a light, refreshing dessert-on-stick. Then sit back and enjoy the fireworks! 
ANGEL FOOD CAKE KABOBS
Ingredients:

Angel Food Cake

12-15 bamboo skewers 

1 quart strawberries 

1 pint blueberries 

I jar chocolate fudge sauce
Instructions:

Cut the angel food cake into large square, bite-sized pieces. Wash strawberries; pat dry. Repeat with blueberries. To assemble kabobs skewer one strawberry, one piece of cake, then two blueberries. Repeat to fill each skewer. Refrigerate until ready to serve. 

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19 thoughts on “Eating My Way Through the Alphabet; Letter A

  1. Oh, yumm!! Except, eating this would kill me. lol Gluten and strawberry allergy- not conducive…
    But, I’d eat the heck outta those berries!!
    Sorry, I shouldn’t rain on your parade!
    These are wonderful! And the hot fudge?? The divine touch!

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  2. I’m so glad I had time to catch up with your blog this morning. We have company coming for the weekend, including 3 children. They and I will make this treat for sure. It’s fast, pretty, and sure to be fun. Thanks, Gail.

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