Easy Sandwich Kabobs and No Cooking Required
15 MINUTES | EASY | SERVES 4
Nutrition per serving:
241 Cals, 20.6g Protein, 17.8g Carbs, 10.2g Fat
Kabobs are a great way to serve food; they make the ordinary suddenly extraordinary.
These kabobs are a fun way to serve lunch to the kiddos any day and every day; they are even super fun for playdates. However, they are even better when served as a NO COOK DINNER delight. You’re welcome!
I equally love that even outside of daily meals, you can serve these on a tray, making a beautiful display for gatherings and picnics with a look and feel of that ‘wow factor’ with a whole lot of ease in your mix! You’re welcome again (wink).
These skewered sandwiches even create a delicious way to add in extra veggies. Eating a sandwich kabob is like grazing; they are actually quite filling without eating an entire sandwich.
It’s amazing how food on stick always tastes better; it’s magical.
Colby Jack cheese
Or, other veggie favorites!
More about building these Sandwich Kabobs
On the Side: These sandwich kabobs are delicious with so many sides. Here are a few to consider; my grilled potato salad, a tossed salad, quinoa spinach salad, cucumber salad, fresh veggies, fresh fruit and so much more. The options are endless…
The meat: Leftover cooked chicken can be diced and used on these kabobs. In fact, grilled chicken adds a whole new flavor to the mix. Leftover cooked turkey, and ham work as well.
Cheese: You can use one of your other favorites cheeses if desired; Muenster, pepper jack, Vermont sharp, cheddar, mozzarella, etc.
More Veggie Ideas: You can add in olives, pickles, pepper pieces, broccoli, etc.
Measurements and Nutritional Information: The nutrition per serving provided is based on specific ingredients and brands and is offered to give you an estimated value; it was measured as 4 servings. You can utilize Very Well Fit to add in any changes in ingredients and brands you use to give you more accurate information.
- 4 skewers
- 1 bagel
- 4 ounces Colby Jack Cheese
- 8 grape tomatoes
- 8 slices of cucumber
- 4 slices of your favorite lunchmeat
- Lettuce leaves
- Cut the bagel in half. Then dice both pieces of bagel into large bite size pieces. You will need twelve pieces to make four skewers.
- Cut the Colby jack cheese into bite size squares. You will need eight pieces for four skewers.
- Cut the lunchmeat pieces in half to create eight pieces. Fold each one twice before skewing.
- Add everything to the skewers by creating a pattern; bagel piece, folded piece of lunchmeat, lettuce pieces, cube of cheese, slice of cucumber, a grape tomato and then another piece of bagel. Repeat so that you have two pattern sequences on each skewer.