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Candy Kebabs


  • Air Heads Xtremes Rainbow Berry Bites
  • Apple Rings Candy
  • Dots
  • Sour Gummi Worms
  • Sour Path Kids “Strawberry”


  • Hold the blunt end of the skewer. Using the pointed end as the starting point, place one piece of candy on the pointed end and pierce the candy. I prefer to start with a flat and wide piece of candy, like the Rainbow Berry Bites.
  • Pull the piece of candy towards your hand. Leave about 3 inches of space between the end piece of candy and your hand. Continue this process alternating between shapes and sizes of candy.
  • Leave one to two inches at the top of the skewer. When the skewer is full of candy, slice off the pointed end. Place the candy in a plastic bag. Remove when ready to serve.


Part of the fun of this sugary treat is a choosing a variety of candies to use. Be sure to select a variety of shapes and sizes. Be careful when placing the candy on the skewer. The pointed end can hurt. Don’t feel obligated to fill then entire skewer with candy. Sometimes I only work with half to a quarter of the skewer. If you want to place all the kebabs in one bag, wrap each individual skewers in parchment paper. This prevents them from sticking to one another.
wooden skewers