Enjoy this fun take on a classic cobb salad.
Craft a lunchbox full of flavor with these cobb salad skewers from Lunchbox by Marnie Hanel and Jen Stevenson. The recipe below is excerpted from Lunchbox. Copyright © 2022 by Workman Publishing.
Lunch On A Stick
Few things are more fun than food on a stick (think: corn dogs, Popsicles, dango, burnt marshmallows), so we took a few lunchtime favorites like fruit salad, ham and cheese, and Hawaiian pizza, and puta pin in them. Well, actually a very cute wooden skewer (accompanied by a quick and concise “do not eat this” reminder), but you get the idea. When packing for small children, substitute (unlicked) lollipop sticks for picks, or use garden shears to snip off the sharp point of a pick.
- Cobb salad skewers (sliced chicken or turkey, cut into 11/2-inch strips and rolled +cherry tomato half + hard-boiled egg quarter + sliced ham, cut into 11/2-inchstrips and rolled)
- Cilantro Avocado Dip (page 58) + carrot sticks, cucumber sticks, celery sticks, and bell pepper sticks
- Everything-spice pretzel crisps
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