Clue Fruit Kebabs with Yogurt Dip {Family Game Night}

When I was a kid my favorite game to play with my family was Clue. I vividly remember playing with my mom, she was an avid mystery reader and Clue was one of her favorite games. I recently picked up a vintage Clue board game, I fell in love with the illustrations and I knew this was the perfect way to introduce Clue to my kids. My daughters were home for spring break last week and of course I selected Clue as my choice for family game day. Before we played, I set about creating Clue inspired fruit kebabs and yogurt dip.

clue fruit kebabs and yogurt dip Clue Fruit Kebabs with Yogurt Dip {Family Game Night}

I have always loved how each Clue player is named for a different color and in some cases an actual food. The names of the characters are exactly what inspired our fruit kebab treat. In case you don’t remember who the characters are; Colonel Mustard, Professor Plum, Mr.Green, Ms.Scarlet, Mrs.White and Mrs. Peacock. Each of these names can corresponded with a type of fruit. Thus, our snack was made.

Clue Fruit Kebabs with Yogurt Dip

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Clue Fruit Kebabs with Yogurt Dip {Family Game Night}
 
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Ingredients
Yogurt Dip Ingredients
  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • ¼ tsp vanilla
Fruit Kebobs Ingredients
  • blueberries
  • strawberries
  • pineapple
  • plum
  • green apple
Instructions
  1. Combine yogurt, honey and vanilla in a medium bowl. Set aside.
  2. Clean and prepare the fruit for the skewers. Leave blueberries whole. Slice strawberries in half. Slice pineapple, plum and apple into strawberry sized pieces.
  3. Skewer fruit on either toothpicks or long skewers.
  4. Serve kebabs with yogurt dip.

With our fruit kebabs and yogurt dip in hand we played our game of Clue. The addition of the yogurt dip makes these skewers a favorite of my girls.
clue fruit kebab and yogurt dip on board Clue Fruit Kebabs with Yogurt Dip {Family Game Night}
If your kids aren’t interested in fruit, try swapping out color coordinated veggies. Perhaps a veggie kebab could include yellow peppers, cherry tomatoes, green beans, purple cauliflower, blue boiled potatoes and a yogurt dip with garlic powder and fresh herbs. That sounds pretty delicious too.

My daughters are aged 8 and 10 years old and they haven’t quite figured out the ins and outs of Clue. It is amazing to observe the different approaches they take to gathering clues and coming up with the ultimate solution. As our family plays I feel like I am a kid again, laughing and playing a fun board game.

What fruit or vegetable would you include in a Clue inspired kebab?

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About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 15 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.

Comments

  1. What a wonderful healthy snack idea! Thanks for sharing it

  2. Very cute idea! Will have to try this one. Thanks for sharing!
    Always hugs,
    Tanya
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  3. How very creative! Love this idea!
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  4. This is an awesome idea! I look forward to the day when my son is ready to play Clue. And he loves fruit…and any food on a stick. I found this post at the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop.

  5. Clue is a fun game that I only played once so far. It would have never occurred to me to create snacks after character names. I was thinking of profiling this post in After School round up, but I am kind of confused as to who to give credit to. It looks like a guest post, since it mentions daughters, but no attribution is given in the post itself :(
    Natalie PlanetSmartyPants´s last blog post ..Engineer This: Protect an Egg

  6. these look delicious, thanks for the idea. Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again next week.

  7. I am loving your family game night series Kelli!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!
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    • Me too!! Guest posters can bring such a fun and unique voice to a site- so glad I came up with the idea of expanded Family Game Night. LOL! I am really enjoying all the fabulous ideas!

  8. What a great snack! I’ll have to remember this for after school snacktime for my kids.
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  9. A great snack and yummy dip. Thank you so much for sharing your special recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen
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  10. How fun! Pinning…
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