Christmas Fruit Candy Cane

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We came up with this super easy Christmas Fruit Candy Cane and my boys loved them!

Banana and Strawberry Candy Cane - Christmas Fruit Candy Cane

Banana and Strawberry Candy Cane

These are so simple to make and we made them using just a few strawberries and a banana.

How To Make A Banana and Strawberry Candy Cane

  • Peel your banana and cut into 7 or 8 sections at an angle.
  • Cut your strawberries the same width and angle.
  • Alternate the banana and strawberry sections on a plate to look like a candy cane.

That’s it! You just can’t get any easier than that and this makes a great Christmas snack or fun Christmas breakfast for the kids!

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11 comments on “Christmas Fruit Candy Cane”

  1. what do you put them on to get the cane shape…..I made the Grinch santas with white grapes, banana slice, strawberry and small marshmellow on toothpicks….a real hit

  2. To link them together if making ahead of time to take somewhere, flexible straws would probably work – the kind that have the tops that bend.

    I'm just not sure how to keep the banana slices from turning brown.

    I know lemon juice works on apple slices… perhaps that would work on the bananas as well.

    Also, if the lemon is too tart, orange juice or pineapple may work.

  3. Thank you! It's nice to serve up something healthy to the kids when they are surrounded by all of the sweets this time of year!

  4. oh! I have "pinned" this. What an adorable way to get helathy food into my children during the holiday season!

  5. Tiffany Patterson

    Any ideas of how to link them together? I'd love to make these ahead of time for my childs' preschool party.

  6. Jenni Price illustration

    I love your banana and strawberry candycane Jill! Very clever…I'll have to give it a try! Thanks for the feature also!

  7. SuperFoodSisters

    So cute!! And you can use so many different combinations! Might have to make a red and green one with grapes and strawberries!! Perfect for this time of year!!