My kids are the masters of deconstructing sandwiches. This time, I beat them to the punch. These sandwich kabobs are already in bite sized pieces and ready for devouring.
Sometimes it’s simply for fun that we switch things up. A little element of surprise, a slight change in schedule, or transforming the daily sandwiches into kabobs…
These small changes can mean fresh light in my kid’s eyes or a spark of curiosity for learning something new. As a mom, that is what makes these shenanigans worth it to me.
How to Make Sandwich Kabobs
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Materials Needed for Making Sandwich Kabobs
Directions for Making Sandwich Kabobs:
- Using the cookie cutters, cut shapes from the bread, cheese, and meat. (Get creative, there are no rules here.)
- Add each element of the sandwich to skewer, being careful to make sure it goes directly through the center.
- Layer the kabob filling the skewer. Make sure you leave a little room to hold the ends.
Note: You can add some condiments as you go, OR make a dipping sauce for the final product.
Types of Sandwich Kabobs – Creative Combinations
The best thing about sandwich kabobs it that they can be adapted in so many fun ways. We went with the classic ham and cheese (because that’s what we had on hand) but the possibilities are endless.
Here are a few Sandwich kabob ideas:
- Classic Ham and Cheese– Ham, cheese, and bread.
- Homemade Peanutbutter and Jelly– put sticky sides together and separate with a piece of fruit.
- Bombastic BLT– Bacon, lettuce, tomato with a a ranch dipping sauce.
- Cheesy Meat Veggie Combo – Cheese cube, rolled deli meat, cucumbers, and tomato.
- Greek Bliss – Salami, banana pepper, olives, tomato, feta cheese, and bread.
- Italian Pizza– Mozzarella cheese, French bread, tomatoes, and pepperoni.
- Cobb Salad Supreme – Hard boiled egg, roasted chicken, bread, tomato, cheese, avocado. (Honey mustard for dipping)
- Club House Special– Bacon, lettuce, tomato, deli turkey, and cheddar cheese.
- Classic Chicken Salad– Roasted chicken, grapes, and lettuce.
- Hot Dog Delight– Hot dogs, pickles, onions, and soft buns.
Can Kids Make Sandwich Kabobs?
Absolutely! These this simple lunch idea is a terrific way to spend time with your kids. Secondly, it’s a great opportunity to teach them some basic life skills, all while having fun in the kitchen!