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Fireball Glazed Fruit Kabobs

Welcome back to the July episode of Taste Creations!  We are a group of bloggers who share recipes with you based on a monthly theme. This month we are sharing Summer Produce Recipes with you!

Have you seen the pineapple and Fireball craze that is going around?  Simply grill the pineapple, baste with Fireball and roll in cinnamon/sugar.  This is the inspiration for these simple fruit kabobs.  What I did is so simple that it hardly is a recipe!

If you are not familiar with Fireball, it is a cinnamon flavored whiskey. It is very hot, but when you use it like I did, the heat seems contained.  I love Fireball as a fun once-a-night shot with friends.  It reminds me of those red cinnamon candies I loved as a kid!

I love serving fruit kabobs.  I feel like there is a whole lot less wasted fruit that when I serve a fruit salad. Kabobs are a good portion size, too, which is nice for those who are watching carbs or calories. I think they are super cute on a plate, too!

Yield: 6
Author: Terri Steffes

Fireball Glazed Fruit Kabobs

Simple fruit kabobs glazed with a Fireball glaze.
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  • 1 pt. strawberries
  • 1 pt. blueberries
  • 1/2 c Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey
  • 1/2 c sugar
  • 1 t cornstarch
  • 2 T water
  • skewers


How to cook Fireball Glazed Fruit Kabobs

  1. Place fruit on the skewers in a pretty pattern.
  2. Boil sugar and fireball together, reduce to about 1/2.
  3. Make a slurry of the cornstarch and water.
  4. Pour the slurry into the Fireball syrup.
  5. Stir until the glaze thickens.
  6. Let cool to warm, then brush fruit with a coating of the glaze.
  7. Let cool fully.  Serve for dessert on ice cream or just the fruit.
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  1. I haven't heard of this craze! I do love your fruit kabobs and how easy they are to make. I need to make some this week.

  2. There is a 100% chance that I am going to make this for Fourth of July! This looks amazing and I love fireball and I love kebabs this is perfect.

  3. I am intrigued by this. I haven't ever tried a kabob like this, so I must try it out. I do like my food with a kick!

  4. I hae always wondered how to make these glazed fruit kabobs. We had these when we lived in Aisa and they were amaazing

  5. Hmmmmm.... I wonder if this could be modified to make a boozy summer berry dessert pie (for the grownups)! Sounds really good with cinnamon whipped cream. :)

    1. Oooo! Give it a try and let me know!

  6. Goodness those look super delicious! Adding Fireball to the mix makes it that much more appealing!

  7. What a cool way to serve fruit for a holiday cookout. I bet this tastes really good.

  8. I am actually going to try the pineapple fireball thing on Thursday.I hope it is all it is cracked up to be.

  9. I bet these fruit kabobs are yummy!! I need to try these!!

  10. I think I can easily get all this finished because it's so good. It is nice to have kabob in a different way. This is a nice creation.

  11. What a tasty and easy summer snack! My kid will be glad to make these fruit kabobs!

    1. Fireball is an alcoholic drink, so be sure to complete boil out the alcohol! :)

  12. Those look so tasty! The perfect summer snack and for 4th of July!

  13. Fireball cinnamon whiskey? This is the first time that I've heard of it. But I bet, the hubs knows all about it. :) He'd love those kabobs.


  14. yum! these kabobs look so good. Worth giving it a try for July 4th with the kids.


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