May I suggest a “Kebab Lunch.” Yes, kebabs—I’m talking about lunch on a stick… and EVERY aspect of the lunch would be served on a stick. How fun is that?!Chicken and Sausage Kebab! Tomato Salad Kebab! Cutie Berries Kebab! Dessert Kebab! This lunch, whether packed in a lunch box or plated up at home, is the perfect mid-day break for our little learners.
Kebab Lunch How-ToFirst, buy the supplies for the kebabs. A quick shop at Market Street (instore or order online for delivery or curbside pick-up) to grab the essentials is a must. Below is your grocery list.
1—toothpicks and fun napkins (from Market Street’s Dish Department! There’s always a cute napkin pack available that quickly brightens any kid’s lunch)
2—frozen chicken nuggets and sausage (I love Applegate Farms Gluten-Free chicken nuggets and their savory turkey sausage)
3—Cuties and strawberries
4—cherry tomatoes and mozzarella (BelGioiso Bocconcino Fresh Mozzarella is the perfect size!)
5—bakery fresh brownies and chocolate chip cookies
Next, build the Kebabs. Lastly, pack or plate the kebabs. It’s super simple! Let Market Street help you make your kid’s lunches extra-memorable this school season.
Chicken and Sausage Kebab
frozen chicken nuggets
frozen sausage links
- Heat the chicken nuggets and sausage together on a sheet pan according to the product’s instructions.
- Remove and let cool for five minutes. Slice the sausage links into bite sized pieces.
- Take one chicken nugget and place onto the toothpick. Follow with sausage and continue to make a pattern with the cooked nuggets and sausage that you think your child will enjoy.
- Serve with favorite dipping sauces.
Tomato Salad Kebab
Author note: Bocconcino Fresh Mozzarella are little mozzarella balls. If you can’t find these, use a fresh mozzarella ball and cut into bite sized pieces.
bocconcino fresh mozzarella, quartered
- Place the tomatoes and mozzarella in an alternating pattern onto the toothpick. Place in a covered container until ready to use.
Cutie and Berries Kebab
Cuties, peeled and slices pulled apart
- Place the Cuties and strawberries in an alternating pattern onto the toothpick. Place in a covered container until ready to use.
Author note: Make sure the chocolate chip cookies used are chewy and soft, not hard and crumbly.
brownies, cut into bite sized pieces
chocolate chip cookies, cut into bite-sized pieces
- Place the brownies and chocolate chip cookies in an alternating pattern onto the toothpick. Place in a covered container until ready to use.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Market Street. All opinions are my own.