Food on a stick has great advantages: less cleaning because you eat right from the stick, attractive to kids (because what kid doesn't want to hold a stick?) and popular in almost every culture. You're bound to find something you'll love. We'll start with savory stick recipes and work our way up to sweet treats.
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We're loving how this caprese stick recipe puts a twist on the classic by using sun-dried tomatoes instead of fresh for a burst of flavor.
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There is seriously nothing more refreshing than these melon, mozzarella and prosciutto skewers.
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Ecuadorian beef skewers are seasoned and grilled or seared — hands down the best and most flavorful beef skewers you'll ever have.
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BLT on a stick is the best way to get your kids to eat tomatoes and lettuce. These would be perfect for a luncheon or afternoon snack with friends.
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Oh my, how amazing do these grilled shisito peppers on a stick look? We love ordering them at restaurants, but this technique of serving them on a stick is ingenious.
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If you're a pizza lover, why not stick them on a skewer like in this recipe for pizza skewers with garlic butter dipping sauce? You might not want to share with the kids.
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Serve up these shrimp scampi skewers alongside a big bowl of freshly cooked pasta for a quick and easy dinner that still looks impressive.
Head to your local store, and buy the freshest fish for these tuna, salmon and swordfish skewers.
These pancakes on a stick are amazing — seriously. What's better than a breakfast sausage wrapped in bacon and then dipped in pancake batter and fried? Nothing.
These honey soy-glazed salmon and pineapple pops are a delicious way to add more fruit to your meals — in a savory dish.
If you need a quick side dish, these caramelized sweet potato skewers are perfect and oh so vegetarian.
Oh, how we're ready for summer to grill up these grilled cheese and Peppadew pepper skewers.
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Kids hate veggies? Make them these attractive rainbow veggie skewers.
The kids (and adults alike) will love these homemade baked corn dogs — baked, not fried, for a healthier version of a classic fried recipe.
Pastrami and Swiss kebabs are a perfect light lunch for watching the game or just having the guys over. Perfect with beer.
Hosting a luncheon? This turkey-cucumber sandwich skewer recipe will delight everyone, and it's the perfect bite between sips of bubbly.
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We've arrived at the sweets on a stick, and starting with cinnamon rolls on a stick is the obvious choice, right?
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We love making hot chocolate on a stick as an edible gift idea for friends and family.
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Start your Sunday mornings with these lovely chocolate-covered doughnuts on a stick.
Perfect for kids' parties, make these marshmallow fun pops ahead of time, or let the kids make their own.
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Welcome spring with delicate strawberry shortcake on a stick.
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Five-ingredient caramel double chocolate birthday ice cream cake bars on a stick — don't let the long title scare you, as these are super easy to make and look super impressive.
Serve a couple of these almond espresso cookies on a stick during coffee time — try dunking them in your coffee.
Great for a summer party, s'mores pops love being a part of campfires.
Cool down during the height of summer with one of these ice cream sandwiches on a stick.
Celebrate the season with delicious pumpkin pie on a stick — or make whatever fruit filling is in season.
Three-ingredient cake batter truffles are perfect for kids' birthday parties — no messy cake to slice.
Oh, how we love the taste of pineapple and coconut together, like in these frozen piña coladas on a stick.
DIY rock candy — a fun project to make with the kids.
Make healthy smoothies for your kids, and then just freeze them into sticks, like these chocolate-dipped raspberry smoothies on a stick. A fun way to present the usual smoothie.
A healthier alternative to cake pops: chocolate-dipped fruit pops.
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