Eat & Move-O-Matic

Use Eat & Move-O-Matic

The Eat & Move-O-Matic App is a great way to explore energy balance.

Fun fruit kabobs

Choosing healthy foods at snack time can be challenging, but here is a fun, simple, nutritious and most importantly, delicious treat that kids will love.

Fun fruit kabobs

Number of Servings: 24
Serving Size:  1 kabob


  • 6 apples – medium size
  • 6 bananas – medium size
  • 2 cups red seedless grapes
  • 2 cups green seedless grapes
  • 4 cups pineapple chunks
  • 6 cups nonfat yogurt
  • 1½ cup dried coconut, shredded
  • 24 Wooden skewer sticks


  1. Prepare the fruit by washing the grapes, washing the apples and cutting them into small squares, peeling the bananas and cutting them into chunks, and cutting the pineapple into chunks, if it’s fresh.
  2. Put the fruit onto a large plate.
  3. Spread coconut onto another large plate.
  4. Slide pieces of fruit onto the skewer and design your own kabob by putting as much or as little of whatever fruit you want! Do this until the stick is almost covered from end to end.
  5. Hold your kabob at the ends and roll it in the yogurt, so the fruit gets covered.
  6. Roll kabob in coconut.

Want ideas for additional healthy snacks?  Check out the following recipes:

Awesome Applesauce
Apple Ladybugs
Peanut Butter Chip Muffins

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Funding Information

© 2013. NMSU Board of Regents. All rights reserved. This project was supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture through the National Research Initiative (Grant #2008-55215-18837).

About Us

The Exergames Unlocked project includes a multi-state team of accomplished media education researchers, exercise physiologists, medical professionals and doctoral students. Contributing members are researchers in their fields and have helped launch the use of exergames as tools to combat obesity in their communities and beyond. New Mexico State University researchers and their partners have been funded to research the impact of exergames, develop specific recommendations for exergame use, and implement exergaming programs. As part of that project, this website provides access to resources based on research, sample projects, and input from the exergaming community. For more information, contact the project director: Dr. Barbara Chamberlin, Professor, New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service
Contact us
View our members

Why Exergames Unlocked?

Why Exergames Unlocked? Exergames are videogames that encourage physical activity. Here, you’ll find the best and most effective exergames, as well as strategies and recommendations on using them with different audiences and in different locations.