Brownie Kebabs

Because I love these kebabs and devour these by the kebab-ful and eat these babies because they are delicious and nutritious, I decided that I definitely needed to get a sweet kebab down my gullet immediately. I mean, really, after all the savory kebabs available to make out there, don’t you feel a little sorry for the poor, neglected dessert kebab?

Brownie Kebabs

Enter the brownie kebab! Perfect for the upcoming 4th of July holiday and any other time you get the hankering to stick brownies and fruit on a skewer, drizzle with hot fudge sauce and eat yourself sick.

Brownie Kebabs

The concept is simple and can be tailored a myriad of ways: 1) start with a pan of baked and cooled brownies (preferably thrown in the refrigerator to chill and firm up to glorious decadent proportions), 2) choose a few other kebab-worthy items, such as fruit (strawberries and blueberries in this case), marshmallows, etc – the sky is the limit here, 3) thread the brownies and fruit onto the skewers, drizzle with chocolate sauce if desired (why not??) and eat.

Brownie Kebabs

Brownies are heavenly in any form, if you ask me, but as kebabs? They’ve never tasted better. Trust me. (And they are a heck of a lot more fun to eat this way, too.)

Brownie {& Fruit} Kebabs

Yield: Makes 16-20 kebabs (depending on how big you cut the brownies and how many brownie pieces you thread on the skewer)

Brownie {& Fruit} Kebabs

Note: This recipe is extremely adaptable. Use the brownie recipe of your choice (I used this one), fruits that are in season and taste great with brownies and any other kebab-worthy ingredient you like. I drizzled mine with hot fudge sauce but you could just as easily melt chocolate chips for drizzling, drizzle with caramel sauce - the options are endless!


  • 9X13-inch pan of Brownies (chilled and cut into 1-inch cubes)
  • 1 pint blueberries, washed
  • 1 pint strawberries, washed and hulled
  • Large marshmallows
  • Hot Fudge Sauce for drizzling, if desired
  • Bamboo/wooden skewers


  1. Alternate threading brownies, fruit and marshmallows onto wooden skewers. Drizzle with hot fudge sauce, if desired. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Recipe Source: inspired by this recipe

59 Responses to Brownie {& Fruit} Kebabs

  1. Laurel says:

    What a great idea! I absolutely adore your recipe for brownies, though they are so delicious and rich that I know I should not make them very often, since I am trying to lose baby weight gain, instead of continue to look pregnant. 🙂 Plus, my daughter adores any fresh fruit and marshmallows.

  2. Marsha says:

    These are beautiful and look yummy! Am definitely going to make them for the 4th! Thanks!!!!

  3. Jayne says:

    Wow! I just saw these in the Target grocery ad and thought “How cute! I need to make these.” Small world. 🙂

  4. I make these! They are so good 🙂 And kids love them!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Brownies are one of my favorite desserts!

  6. Rachel R. says:

    Yummy yummy! I love your holiday stuff! Thanks Mel!

  7. So cute! These need to appear asap!

  8. So, so cute Mel! Great idea for the summer

  9. Jana says:

    I just saw kabobs somewhere with donut holes on them with strawberries and blackberries! Brownies are such a great idea!

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  13. Too cute and sounds delicious!!

    I featured your recipe on my blog today, feel free to come check it out 🙂

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  16. I found these on Pinterest the other day… the brownies just came out of the oven!!!

  17. Sabrina says:

    LOVE this idea! How fun

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    Your brownie recipe is DIVINE. Thank you for this fun and patriotic dessert! Like how it appears simple and beautiful, and mixes healthy and decadent.

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    Made them today for the cookout I was going too. Everyone loved them. And I sent a picture to my Mom, Sister and Dad and they were jealous. And I am told I have to make them when I come home the next time.

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    I love this idea! Thanks for sharing it. 🙂

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  29. Patti says:

    The brownie fruit kabobs look so cute def making for barbecue

  30. Patti says:

    The brownie fruit kabobs look so yummy def making them for the fourth

  31. Patti says:

    Looks solo delicious cant wait to try I’m sure they will be a big hit

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    Love this! I even included in in my most recent link roundup:
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  47. Matea says:

    What a great idea! The strawberries and brownies must go great together!

  48. Hey,letting you know that I linked these to my blog!They are yummy and its a great idea!!!Thanks for sharing!!

  49. Debbie says:

    These look adorable. I think I will use those star marshmallows and make them for our 4th of July bbq!!! Thanks for the fantastic idea!

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