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This deliciously fun spin on a traditional grilled cheese sandwich makes the perfect finger food! You can serve these up for lunch (they are definitely kid-lunchbox-approved!!) or set the out on a tray as party food. Give these turkey, bacon, grilled cheese kabobs a try!
Look no further for a super fun lunch idea! We are always on the lookout for fun and tasty ideas for the kids’ lunchboxes and this one checks all the boxes. They are easy to make, use simple ingredients, taste great… oh yeah, and they’re on a STICK! Kabobs are a great idea for lunches or even party foods.
Fun Lunchbox Foods
We used star shaped cookie cutters to cut our grilled cheese sandwiches into kabob-ready foods. Our kids love it when we pack lunch in these compartmentalized containers. It makes it easy to create homemade “lunchables” and include a variety of different foods and snacks. Pick up a pack of wooden skewers and turn all kinds of ingredients into kabobs!
Our version of these fun kabobs includes: grilled cheese sandwiches, cherry tomatoes, turkey lunchmeat, bacon, and lettuce.
Perfect BLT style sandwich for lunch!
Turkey, Bacon, Grilled Cheese Kabobs for lunch!
Let’s dig right in and make up some of these tasty kabobs!
Turkey, Bacon, Grilled Cheese Kabobs
- wooden skewers
- star shaped cookie cutter
- 4 slices deli turkey
- 4 slices turkey bacon cooked
- 1-2 grilled cheese sandwiches cooked and cooled
- 2 green leaf lettuce leaves
- 2 cherry tomatoes
- ranch dip optional, for dipping
- Cut the grilled cheese sandwiches with the star shaped cookie cutters. (Feed the leftovers to Mom or Dad!) If you aren't using a cookie cutter, simply cut each grilled cheese sandwich into 4 squares.
- Cut each slice of turkey bacon into 4 pieces.
- Assemble the skewers in the following order: grilled cheese, 2 pieces of bacon, turkey slice, lettuce, 2 pieces of bacon, grilled cheese, cherry tomato.
- Optional: serve with ranch dressing on the side for dipping!
- Enjoy immediately or pack into a lunchbox.
How simple are they?
If you decide to give them a try, please let me know how they turn out for you! If you post a picture of them on social media, feel free to tag me – I’d love to see them!
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