Sandwich Kabobs {Eat. Drink. Love.}


Oh boy do I have a great blogger for you today! Stephanie from Eat. Drink. Love. is here to share an incredibly cute lunch recipe that is sure to knock-the-socks-off your little ones! My kids are excited {cause food on a stick is completely cool}. Stephanie’s blog is full of creative and tasty recipes just like this one so go and check out her site and show her some love!

If you’re just tuning in to this series, make sure to check out the previous Summer Lunch Recipes for Kids, and keep coming back every day for more great inspiration!

Here is Stephanie’s creative kid’s recipe, how fun is this?!

Hi new friends! My name is Stephanie from Eat. Drink. Love.. I’m so excited to be a guest on Shawn’s blog today! When she first contacted me to ask if I would like to be a part of her Summer Kid Lunch series, I knew I couldn’t say no! I don’t yet have kids of my own, but I work with children for a living and have siblings that are significantly younger than me, so I think I have an idea of what kids like! :)

I spent quite a few days trying to figure out what I wanted to make. The word “summer” stuck in my head. I wanted to do something that would be easy to make, light on the tummy, and could be eaten cold. Let’s take the good ol’ turkey sandwich to a new level, shall we?! Whether your kiddos are headed to summer camp for the day or if you are gearing up for a day at the pool or beach, these sandwich kabobs are perfect! And look how cute and fun they are!!

To save time, you can cut the cheese and bread into fun shapes the night before if needed. And like any sandwich, you can really use whichever breads, cheeses, meats, and veggies your kids like! To go with the sandwich kabobs, I also prepared a strawberry blueberry smoothie. If you’re packing the lunch, you can blend it in the morning and pour it into a thermos that will keep it cool until lunch time.


Sandwich Kabobs
  • Ingredients:
  • whole grain bread (or bread of your choice)
  • cheese(s) of your choice in block form (so you can cut out the shapes)
  • turkey and/or ham, sliced
  • suggested veggies: cherry tomatoes, romaine lettuce, carrots, green pepper, etc.
  • ranch dressing or veggie dip for dipping
  • Materials:
  • wooden skewers
  • small cookie cutters
  1. Using the cookie cutters, cut your bread and cheeses into desired shapes. To cut the cheeses, cut off a piece large enough to accommodate the width of your cookie cutters. Then slice the piece into thirds. Use the cookie cutters to cut the shape into each piece of the cheese.
  2. Layer the ingredients however you desire on the skewers!
  3. Note: If you have young children and don’t like the idea of giving them sharp wooden sticks, then just skip the skewers!


Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie
Serves: serves 1-2
  • ½ cup frozen strawberries (about 4-5 strawberries)
  • ½ cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup skim milk or juice
  • ½ cup fat free or sugar-free vanilla yogurt
  • agave nectar to sweeten (optional)
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.


  1. Ahhh. That’s all I can say ‘cuz food on a stick IS completely cool. GREG

  2. First of all, Hi Shawn, nice to meet you and stop by your blog. I came from Stephanies blog.

    These look so incredibly cute yet delicious and that strawberry blueberry smoothie looks heavenly. Definitely going to try these, my kids will love them and we all totally love smoothies so sounds like heaven to me!

  3. Love seeing Stephanie here…and love these kabobs. The star shaped cheese is my absolute favorite part of this! I don’t have kids yet either, but definitely want to make these for myself this summer!

  4. Surely, the kids will be excited to eat once they see these cute sandwich kabobs. What an artistic way to boost the appetite of kids.

  5. What a fabulous idea! You girls are both brilliant.

  6. Thanks for having me as a guest, Shawn! I had a blast making these little cuties!

  7. There iis definatel ɑ lot to learn about this tօpic. I love аll the points you’vе made.

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