5 Mind-Blowing Things You Can Skewer

Unusual Foods You Can Skewer

Everything tastes better on a stick. From breakfast to dessert, we’ve collected our favorite things to skewer!

If you’re like us, we get stick in a skewer rut. You know, just putting vegetables and meat on a stick and grilling it? Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with the classic grilled skewers. They’re delicious! But, we’re here to shake things up a bit and think outside the box!

Are you ready to skewer?
Mini Pancakes on a Skewer

1. Mini Pancake Skewers – Smarty Had A Party – I can’t think of a better way to enjoy breakfast. Grab a bowl of maple syrup for dipping and you’ve got the cutest stick of breakfast ever.

Rainbow Fruit Skewers

2. Rainbow Fruit Skewers – Skinny Taste – What a great way to eat your daily servings of fruit. Sometimes I get into fruit ruts, but with fruit skewers, you’ll eat the colors of the rainbow every time!

Lunch on a Skewer

3. Lunch on a Skewer – Eat Drink Love – Now this is creative. If you just can’t get your kid to eat their sandwich, put it on a stick! Better yet, if you need a lunch on the go or a family picnic, how fun would it be to have your lunch on a skewer!?

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Grilled Chicken Peanut Butter Skewers

4. Grilled Peanut Butter Chicken Skewers – Blissfully Domestic – Okay, so I caved and shared a classic chicken skewer, but the peanut sauce that you dip them in is out-of-this-world! Plus, you couldn’t have a quicker weeknight meal with these skewers.

Skittles Marshmallow Pops
5. Skittles Marshmallow Pops – Dine & Dish – Dessert anyone? Who would have thought to dress up a marshmallow and make it a pop! I bet the flavor of these marshmallows are incredible!

What is your favorite thing to skewer?

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Caroline is a wife, new mom, food blogger, recipe developer and photographer from South Carolina. She is OCD about having the kitchen sink clean, a major chocoholic, and loves modern, simple styles. Caroline runs chocolate & carrots where she primarily focuses on healthier baking. She also has a mom blog called crackers & carrots where she documents everything pregnancy and baby. Connect with her: Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram!

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