Cupid Kabobs

Katie Myers

Looking for a snack for your kids on Valentine’s Day? Whether it’s for school, friends, or to enjoy at home, here is a healthy and cute snack to make with your little ones on Valentine’s Day! These little cupid kabobs are so simple to make and yummy to eat.

Cupid Kabobs by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

What you will need:

  • Skewers
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Satsumas – peeled and split apart


First, start by making your strawberry into the heart tip of your cupid arrow. To do so, use a knife to cut the top part of the strawberry at an angle on both sides of the top (see picture below).

Cupid Kabobs by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

Next place your strawberry on the skewer and then start to fill the skewer with blueberries.

Cupid Kabobs by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

When you skewer is about 3/4 full add a slice of your orange and alternate it with a blueberry until your skewer is full.

Cupid Kabobs by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break

There you have it! The cutest and healthiest cupid kabobs for you Valentine’s Day snack.


Katie Myers ABOUT KATIE: Katie spends her days with toddlers, as their preschool teacher. She loves to bake, cook, camp, and read, but she her greatest love is creating crafts and sharing them with kids. Katie and her newlywed husband are living happily ever after on a little island in the Pacific Northwest where she was born and raised. Keep your eyes open for her posts on Bonbon Break, where she will be a regular contributor.

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