Although I love most vegetables, I admit that eating them is not always the most fun thing in the world.
Sure, chopped vegetables make for an extremely healthy snack. Eating your leafy greens helps you account for those daily doses of potassium, dietary fiber, and vitamins A and C.
Sometimes, though, munching on veggies can be a bit boring — especially when tempting desserts are sitting around.
For this reason, it’s important to get creative when preparing your plate. Fashioning your veggies into crafty designs is bound to make eating them much more exciting.
Not only will children adore the ingenuity, but adults will also get a kick out of the exciting shapes these vegetables take on.
If you are looking for an interesting new way to prep your veggies, look no further! Try out this adorable recipe for making veggie kebab rockets. Not only are these decorative skewers super cute, but they taste out of this world!
Check out the list of ingredients and instructions below to learn how to make this yummy snack today. Serve them on their own with a side of sauce as a tasty appetizer, or toss them on the grill and eat them with a larger entree. These are perfect for summer celebrations and any kid-oriented event.
After glancing at the directions, watch the instructional video below for more details. Will you give these healthy kebabs a try?
- cherry tomatoes
- red pepper
- yellow pepper
- ranch dressing (or another dressing of choice)
- Chop three-pronged pieces out of a red pepper. This will resemble the base of the rocket, spitting out flames.
- Cut the leafy portion off of a stick of celery, then chop the stalk into small pieces.
- Slice a cucumber in half, then cut it into semi-circular sections.
- Chop triangular slices out of the yellow pepper.
- Next, skewer the vegetables on a wooden rod. Add the red pepper first, followed by the celery, cherry tomatoes, and cucumber slices in a pattern. Complete the cycle twice before topping off the skewer with a yellow pepper cutout.
- Enjoy the veggie skewer raw, or toss it onto the grill for a few minutes. Try serving with ranch dressing or another dipping sauce of your choice!
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