Six Crave-Worthy Skewer Recipes

These six skewer recipe ideas are perfectly portioned and simple to prepare in your kitchen or on the grill.

Whether you’re at a family dinner party or a potluck with friends, there’s no such thing as too many appetizers – especially when they’re on skewers. Small bites on sticks have been around for ages, but why not expand your kebab repertoire to include salads, main dishes and even desserts? These six skewer recipe ideas are perfectly portioned and simple to prepare in your kitchen or on the grill – plus, they make for a delicious meal that’s especially fun to eat!

Caesar Salad Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Romaine lettuce
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Herbed croutons
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Caesar dressing, drizzled on top

How to Make:

For a deconstructed take on a mealtime classic, simply thread alternating ingredients on a skewer until it’s full. Then, give your skewers an extra kick by drizzling Caesar dressing on top! For easy cleanup, line your serving dish with Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil.

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Endive Salad Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Strawberries
  • Feta cheese, cubed
  • Endive

How to Make:

These salad skewers are perfect for any summertime barbecue. Place chopped endive, fresh strawberries and cubed feta cheese on skewers for a sweet-and-salty snack that’s sure to start any potluck off on the right note. Grill endive on foil for an extra-delicious texture and rich flavor.

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Chicken and Waffle Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Fried chicken (cut into 1-2 inch pieces)
  • Mini waffles
  • Diced scallions
  • Maple syrup, drizzled on top

How to Make:

Chicken and waffles have been all the rage for quite some time now, but have you ever thought to have them on a stick? Add pieces of crispy fried chicken and golden waffles to skewers, then sprinkle with scallions and maple syrup to finish them off! To keep your skewers warm, place them on a Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil-lined baking sheet in the oven on low heat until you’re ready to serve.

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Deconstructed Pizza Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Fresh basil
  • Pizza dough
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Italian sausage
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Marinara sauce, drizzled on top

How to Make:

There’s no shortage of ways to incorporate your favorite pizza flavors into any dish – now, you can even eat pizza on a skewer! After threading cherry tomatoes, Italian sausage and mozzarella cheese onto kebab sticks, wrap uncooked pizza dough around each item to hold everything in place. Bake skewers on a foil-lined pan in the oven (or place them on the grill!), and once the dough is cooked, top with marinara sauce and fresh basil.

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Brownie Banana Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Brownie bites
  • Sliced bananas
  • Melted chocolate
  • Crushed nuts, sprinkled on top

How to Make:

Bananas and brownies are a great dessert pairing, and they’re even better on skewers! Dip banana slices in melted baking chocolate, then sprinkle crushed nuts on top before chocolate dries. Try using Reynolds® Parchment Paper to keep from making a mess in the kitchen. Once the bananas have set, thread them onto skewers with brownie bites for a sweet treat you’re sure to enjoy.

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Caramel Apple Pie Skewers

What You’ll Need:

  • Pie dough
  • Apple pie filling
  • Melted caramel

How to Make:

Caramel-apple pie skewers undoubtedly make for a stunning dessert! Use pie dough and apple-pie filling to create miniature pies with any crust design you’d like. Once you’ve baked pies in the oven, gently push skewers inside for a perfectly rustic treat.

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