Cheese & fruit sticks

Cheese & fruit sticks

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(4 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins

Easy

As many as necessary
A perrennial favourite with children, these sticks are ready in seconds

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

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  • carbs-
  • sugars-
  • fibre-
  • protein-
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Ingredients

  • firm cheese
  • your childrens' favourite fruit eg grapes, apples, pears

Method

  1. We sometimes forget how good the simple things are. This is an easy snack to rustle up and great for getting the kids to eat fruit. Just chop up your kids’ favourite fruit and firm cheese and thread the pieces onto cocktail sticks or skewers. Tony's kids all like apples, pears and grapes and love cheddar, but feel free to try your own combinations.

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TeaForTw0
17th Mar, 2017
2.55
Pineapple chunks and cheddar is a classic. IMPORTANT!!! - whole grapes, as depicted in the photo, are the 3rd most dangerous food items for under five-year-olds due to risk of choking.
Whitney.
29th Apr, 2014
Just made these using red grapes, cucumber (sliced into loooong strips using a potato peeler), and lightly fried halloumi. Soooo good!!
Oli Wilson-Nunn
1st Aug, 2009
Hardly a recipe!!!
suescafe
19th Nov, 2008
went down a treat at childrens party....! yummy
josephhellier
17th Nov, 2008
5.05
ummmmm tastey... if only i could b botherd t make it!
nibby135
9th Sep, 2008
4.05
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nibby135
23rd Jul, 2008
4.05
for children i dont think i would add the cheese but its a great combination for adults.
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