Breakfast Kabobs

While not exactly a recipe, this is the biggest thing going in our house right now and I just had to share. The idea for these breakfast kabobs came about because of two things. 1. When I made the maple glazed chicken & bacon skewers, I learned the kids really loved eating things off skewers. 2. The kids have been begging to eat breakfast outside. Our usual breakfasts aren’t really compatible with dining al fresco, so I knew I had to come up with a plan.

So here it is, and it works perfectly!


Breakfast Kabobs

  • 4 bagels
  • Cream cheese
  • 8 strawberries
  • 4 bananas
  • 8 skewers

1. Toast the bagels and spread with cream cheese. Cut each half into quarters. Halve the strawberries and cut the bananas into fourths. Thread on to skewers and enjoy!


Now that I’ve realized how perfectly these breakfast kabobs work, I have lots of plans for expanding the repertoire.  It seems like the options are endless. Waffles, sausage and apple slices, with a side of maple syrup for dipping. Biscuits, cheese and hard boiled eggs. English muffins, cheese and ham. I can’t wait to try out some more.

If you have any other ideas for what could be kabobed for breakfast, I’d love to hear them!

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22 thoughts on “Breakfast Kabobs

  1. I recently made breakfast kabobs for a family reunion (150 people!) and they were a big hit. We just put a wide variety of fruit: melon, grapes, pineapple, strawberries, apples… if it would stay on a skewer, it became part of the kabobs!

    We also made a nice fruit dip to go with… it’s just vanilla yogurt with a dash of cinnamon and a tsp or so of brown sugar. Yummy!

  2. I saw this post this morning and thought it might solve my problem of “I’m tired of eating ____”. So for snack I pulled out some hamburger buns, cheese, ham lunch meat and broccoli and cut them up for kebabs. The kids ate them on the patio and thought it was great! Thanks for the great idea.

  3. Look like a fun way to enjoy breakfast. My son loves McGriddles. I think it would be pretty easy to make a kabob out of those ingredients! Thanks for the idea!

  4. My daughters would have loved this idea! They’re grown now, but I will tell my oldest daughter who has two young children. It will delight them as well!

  5. Great idea! I’d like to modify this for adult house guests. It is so much easier than setting up the patio table outside with dishes and silver!! Thanks so much!! 🙂


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