Don’t you love a good kabob? Just like miniature food, anything that is served on a stick is instantly cuter and tastier, in my opinion. I have always loved the idea of a deconstructed sandwich, especially the ones I see all over on Pinterest and I couldn’t resist it for a clever Back-to-School lunch idea, using Flatout FoldIts instead of bread. I’m putting my own spin on this idea and creating Sandwich Wrap Kabobs (the stick really makes the sandwich more approachable, don’t you think? ha)
No messing around with wrapping up your fillings, all you have to do is chop and slide, chop and slide. It’s great for the little ones who love to get their fingers a little messy by eating with them (what kid doesn’t love that?) You can vary your kabob choices too. Does your kid like lunch meat? Add their favorite brand to the stick! Do you feed your child mostly veggies? Add a to-go cup of hummus and have them dip their Sandwich Wrap Kabobs into it. Just don’t forget to use Flatout as your wrap base!
Looking for new ways to spice up your kid’s lunchbox meals? Put a fun twist on the average sandwich by creating these Sandwich Wrap Kabobs. Messy fingers, happy kids!Print
Sandwich Wrap Kabobs
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Total Time: 10 mins
- Yield: 4 Sandwich Wrap Kabobs 1x
- 2 Flatout FoldIts
- 4 skewer sticks
- lunch meat of choice (optional)
- cheese (use nondairy cheese blocks if allergic)
- black olives
- Using a small cookie cutter of choice (I used a flower shape), make cutouts from the Flatout bread.
- Chop up your veggies so they are not only similar in size but you want to cut it more on the thick side so it doesn’t fall off the skewer easily.
- Slide each piece of the sandwich wrap onto the skewer and top with a cornichon or black olive.
- You can watch the full video here to follow instructions for assembly.
If you are meat free and need a little extra protein for these kabobs, simply send a to-go cup of hummus in your kid’s lunchbox. It’s a perfect dip for all those veggies and bread!
Your kids are going to think you are a superhero for creating these for them. Little do they know, all you did was put veggies on a stick but shhhh, they don’t need to know that…
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I love this! I even think my toddler could handle it! (Being at home with mommy to stop any skewering of people!)
I think you might even have MORE fun with these than your little one 😉 xo
These are real cute but my first thought as a mom is… those darn sticks are really unsafe for kids because they are so high energy and will be elated to swing those sticks around … and then they will, for the most part, unintentionally stab a classmate in their zeal!
Got any safer alternatives for kids to take to school?
I mean safer ‘stick’ alternatives… the snack itself is a wonderful presentation AS ALWAYS!
There are great options for safer sticks, yes! You can find plastic versions that don’t have sharp ends through a quick Google search, absolutely! Much love <3
What a great idea – lunchtime kabobs! Every kid in the room will be jealous of the kiddo with this in their lunchbox!
Sometimes you don’t have to reinvent the wheel, you just need a couple of skewer sticks 😉