Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs {Gluten-Free, Vegan}

Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs {Gluten Free, Vegan}

 

If you’re looking for a quick sweet treat this summer for the whole family or need an easy dessert to bring along to those summer potlucks and barbeques, these Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs are the perfect recipe for you. Fresh fruit on a stick is covered in sweet chocolate that hardens in minutes in the freezer. Really, it doesn’t get much easier or tastier than this kabobs recipe!

Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs Recipe

If you’ve never made fruit kabobs before for parties, they really are one of the simplest desserts you can make. But what’s better than a regular fruit kabob? A fruit kabob covered in chocolate obviously!

Wildly Organic Cacao Powder is the basis for the chocolate topping on these fruit skewers. When mixed with some liquid sweetener, like agave, and Wildly Organic Centrifuge Extracted Coconut Oil, the cacao powder provides a perfect chocolate shell for the fruit. It’s lightly sweetened with Wildly Organic Agave Nectar, which pairs so well with the fresh fruit.

If you’re used to melting chocolate chips to cover your fruit, try this easy recipe instead! I actually think it’s easier and takes less time than melting chocolate chips.

All you have to do is melt the coconut oil in a small saucepan and once it’s completely liquid, stir in the cacao powder, agave, vanilla extract, and Wildly Organic Himalayan Pink Salt. It takes much less time than tempering chocolate chips over a double boiler on the stove, trust me!

With just 5 ingredients in this chocolate coating, you don’t have to worry about any extra ingredients or refined sugar you might find in chocolate chips. It’s true! This chocolate sauce comes together in just a few minutes and it’s made Paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. Once you set it in the freezer for a few minutes, it will harden over the fruit to create a delicious chocolate shell topping.

You can use any fruit that you would like, but I decided to use strawberries and bananas for this chocolate fruit kabob recipe. They work so well with the chocolate and Wildly Organic Coconut Flakes topping. Some other delicious options you can use are kiwi, grapes, blackberries, mango, and apples. Really, the sky is the limit!

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Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs
If you're looking for a quick sweet treat this summer for the whole family or need an easy dessert to bring along to those summer potlucks and barbeques, these Paleo Chocolate Fruit Kabobs are the perfect recipe for you. Fresh fruit on a stick is covered in sweet chocolate that hardens in minutes in the freezer.
    Servings6 kabobs
    Prep Time10 minutes
    Cook Time5 minutes
    Passive Time15 minutes
    Ingredients
    Instructions
    1. Thread two strawberries and one banana piece on a skewer. You'll need 6 wooden skewers in total. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and set aside.
    2. In a small saucepan, add coconut oil and heat over low until melted.
    3. Stir in the cacao powder, agave, vanilla extract, and Himalayan pink salt and remove from heat. Pour into a shallow bowl for easy dipping.
    4. Dip half of each fruit skewer into the chocolate and place back on the baking sheet. Sprinkle with coconut flakes.
    5. Place baking sheet in the freezer for 10-15 minutes, until chocolate is completely hardened. Serve and enjoy!

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    Megan a gluten-free food blogger from Chicago who blogs at A Dash of Megnut. Diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2013, she creates quick and easy gluten-free and other allergy-friendly recipes that everyone will love, whether they have food allergies or not. You can find her recipes over at A Dash of Megnut.