Chicken Dog Turkey Bacon Kabobs
Equipment: Grill or skillet, cutting board, knife
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Number of Servings: 1-2, depending on ages
2 Chicken Franks, Shelton’s Poultry, KKA
Cook on grill or in skillet. Cut into slices.
Cook until done (slightly crispy), Cut into squares.
Carrots, round slices
Place pineapple, carrots, chicken franks, in order making sure the pineapple does not touch the franks. Place dried blueberries on the ends or add more in kabob. Serve with a ketchup dip.
OPTIONS: Add cheese slices and/or cherry tomatoes.
5+ God-made Food Colors: tan, brown, orange, yellow, blue, red + white option.
3+ Food Groups: poultry, vegetables, fruit + dairy option
PERFORMANCE RATING: 5+/3+
Simple can be better. Use kabobs presentations to stack different foods making it fun to eat. Use coffee stirrers or straws in place of pointed wooden kabob sticks if you prefer. Hot dogs do not always have to be served in hot dog buns. For instance, often you find them in casseroles and bean dishes. Try this kabob idea. We do know that kids are not big fans of meat that has been touched with fruit so use the carrots or cheese slices to separate them. IDEA: Why don’t you have your kids make these for themselves?
A 5+/3+ Performance Rating is good enough, especially for a summer picnic. Celery could be added for a touch of green. Be creative and have fun with kabobs!
*KKA means awarded the Kid Kritics Approved Seal