My family loves to eat dinner or dessert on skewers. The foods might be the same types you would eat on a plate or in a bowl, but the skewer makes it so much more fun and completely changes it up.
One of my husband's favorite desserts is doughnuts. His favorite are the powdered sugar variety, so he went nuts for these dessert skewers. He loved that they were on a skewer because they are far less messy to eat that way. Instead of getting powdered sugar all over your fingers and hands, it stays completely on the skewer.
These kebabs are so much fun to make, and they dress up a treat in a super-fun way. Plus, they're a great way to sneak some fruit into an afternoon snack.
These kebabs are my personal favorite (bring on as much chocolate as possible!). For my last birthday, my husband got a chocolate cake with a brownie layer, chocolate frosting and chocolate candies all over it. This delicious dessert is inspired by that amazing cake.
They're made with fresh brownie balls, tons of chocolate candies and fresh strawberries, and are covered in a rich milk chocolate glaze, perfect for the extreme chocolate lover.
These strawberry shortcake skewers are delicious and a fun twist on traditional strawberry shortcake. The "shortcake" is a pound cake cupcake made in a miniature muffin pan and then threaded onto skewers along with strawberries. Don't forget the fresh whipped topping to finish them off.
These kebabs are the perfect way to enjoy a quick s'mores treat without making a bonfire. You can whip them up in minutes and enjoy them right away. Plus, they have all the great flavors of a s'more — chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker.
If you're having a summer get-together without the bonfire, these are perfect. My nieces and nephews love these summer s'mores kebabs, which are quick to make and far less messy. One of my nieces doesn't like marshmallows, so she licks off the chocolate and graham crackers and then hands the marshmallow right back to me.
These kebabs combine two great desserts: brownies and cupcakes. They are made with fresh berries and coated with a white chocolate drizzle. You can choose whatever color cupcake you want if making these kebabs with a special occasion in mind.
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!