5 Recipes to Serve on a Stick!

On a Stick

Foods I serve on a stick at home seem to just taste better. I have to think that’s true because no matter what I feed my kids, if I mount it on a stick it disappears so quickly one can only assume I made them the most delicious thing ever. Not to mention food on a stick is bite size, looks cool, great to dip in sauces or syrup and well, just plain ol’ fun! You can make breakfast, lunch, or dinner more fun and tastier if you just serve it on a stick! Read on for five recipes on sticks and tell me: What is your favorite food to eat on a stick?

  • Ginger Garlic Steak Satay 1 of 5

    You can throw this whole dish together 20 minutes before you're ready to start broiling or grilling, or you can let the meat sit in the marinade all day so it really soaks up all the succulent flavors. Either way, you can't go wrong with Ginger Garlic Steak Satay

  • Bite Sized Baked Brie 2 of 5

    Recipe and Photo by Joy The Baker! 

    Baked Brie can only possibly be improved with jam, buttery puff pastry, and of course a stick. Cut things into tiny pieces, stick them on sticks, and you have the perfect party food. Do it.

  • Sandwich on a Stick 3 of 5

    Have you ever tried putting a sandwich on a stick? For starters, all of the ingredients stay much more fresh that way because they're not sitting right on the sandwich spread and, come on, isn't everything just better when it comes on a stick?

  • Chicken Satay with Quick Pickled Cucumbers 4 of 5

    Recipe and Photo by What's Gaby Cooking! 

    This chicken satay is quick and flavorful. With the addition of quick pickled cucumbers and peanut noodles, you have a full meal on the table in no time at all!

  • French Toast on a Stick 5 of 5

    Yes, even breakfast can be served on a stick! French toast cut into bite sized cubes with a side of maple syrup for dipping is a breakfast favorite that will be devoured every time!

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