Kabobs for Kids

Kabobs for Kids

by Janna DeVore

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Overview

With Kabobs for Kids, creative kids can go beyond traditional and put their imaginations to work threading all the makings for breakfast, sandwich, or dessert kabobs on a Popsicle stick, bamboo skewer, or a chopstick. They can even make appetizer “mini-bobs” using toothpicks. Thirty sweet and savory recipes paired with great detail shots will let kids have as much fun putting together their treats as they will eating them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781423614982
Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date: 03/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 944,906
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 3 - 14 Years

About the Author

Janna DeVore is an editor and writer. She lives along Florida's Emerald Coast.

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Totem Pole Tortellini

• 1 package frozen or refrigerated tortellini

• 1 jar green olives, drained

• 1 can black olives, drained

• grated Parmesan cheese, for sprinkling

• marinara sauce, for dipping

Adult Prep

Prepare the tortellini according to package directions. Allow it to cool slightly.

Kid Assembly

Thread the tortellini, alternating with olives, onto a skewer as desired. Repeat for remaining kabobs.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Serve with a side of warmed marinara sauce for dipping.

Makes 6 to 8

Table of Contents

Breakfast Kabobs

6 French Toast

8 Apples to Oranges

10 Waffle Stomper

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12 Rainbow Sticks

14 Blueberry Flowers

16 Caribbean Kabobs

Lunch on a Stick

18 Grilled Cheese on a Stick

20 Spinach Salad on a Stick

22 Pizza on a Stick

24 Wedge Salad on a Stick

26 Caprese Salad on a Stick

28 Sandwich on a Stick

Stick Dinners

30 Quesadilla Kabobs

32 Totem Pole Tortellini

34 The Cobb Kabob

36 Meatball Sandwich Kabobs

38 Hawaiian Haystacks

40 Gumbo Skewers

Skewered Sweets

42 Birthday Cake Kabobs

44 Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Bananas

46 Chocolate-Strawberry Shortcake Stick

48 Caramel Apple Kabobs

50 Fondue

52 Cake Pops

Mini Kabobs

54 Ships Ahoy!

56 Ballerina ’Bobs

58 Ham and Cheese Minis

60 Brownie-Berry Bites

62 S’more on a Stick

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Kabobs for Kids 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CuteEverything More than 1 year ago
In Kabobs for Kids, it says that “everything tastes better when served on a stick!” My kids would definitely agree, plus, they not only enjoy eating skewered foods, but making them is pretty entertaining, too. The first four chapters include ideas of kabobs for all times of the day. For breakfast, Rainbow Sticks are a colorful way to start the day, with a variety of bright colored fruits threaded onto a wooden skewer. Lunch and Dinner suggestions range from sandwiches to salads. Some, like the Caprese Salad on a Stick are ideal for this type of arrangement, given their typical stacked presentation. My children and I enjoyed making the Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake Sticks, although we tweaked the recipe a bit. The author uses chocolate covered strawberries alternating with pieces of angel food cake and placed on a stick. We made them with plain strawberries and cake, then drizzled chocolate sauce on them and had extra to dip them in, as well. They were delicious and the kids had a great time making them. Kabobs for Kids finishes with Mini Kabob ideas, where the foods are put on toothpicks (including decorative ones), to make tiny treats, instead of the standard longer stick. Kabobs for Kids is the perfect way for kids to play with their food, while getting some wholesome nutrition while they are at it.