Kids grill Fruit


Kids can create quick, delicious desserts on the grill in the summer when families are barbecuing outdoors. Kids can grow many kinds of organic dwarf fruit trees in a pot on the patio.  Kids love the sweet caramelized goodness of grilled organic fruit. Kids can use a clean cooking grate over a hot coal grill or medium high gas grill.  Use smaller ripe organic fruit as larger fruit may burn on the outside before heating through to the center. Kids can eat the skins of organic fruit. Grill delicate fruit with their skins intact, as the skins keep the fruit from falling apart on the grill. Kids can cut apples, peaches, pears, and plums in half, leave on the skins, remove the cores and pits, and use a paring knife to cut out the stems.  Kids can choose to leave the skin on the banana and cut it in half or remove its skin and the skins of the mango and pineapple. The mango can be cut lengthwise into four pieces. The cored pineapple can be cut in circles or half circles. Kids can lightly brush the prepared fruit with organic extra virgin coconut oil, sprinkle with cinnamon, and place it on a hot grill for 2 – 5 minutes to caramelize and turn and grill the other side for 2 – 5 minutes. Kids can get fruity and delight their family with yummy treats fresh from the grill.

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