easy grilled strawberry shortcake kebabs

by Cait on July 29, 2012

So you know the episode in Everwood where Amy decides she wants to dance again after taking a year and a half off?  And instead of accepting where she is after so much time off, she instead decides she’s going to cram a year and a half worth of missed-dance classes into a week of non-stop rehearsal in her freezing cold garage?

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This is me with skewers.

I feel so slighted by the fact that I’ve gone this long without them, that I now feel the need to skewer everything.

Things that work: chicken, shrimp with watermelon and avocado, and strawberry shortcake.

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Things that don’t so much work: doughnuts (the hole causes some issues, though I do intend to experiment with munchkins…I’ll get back to you), bread (not so much that it doesn’t work…I’m just not sure it’s the most efficient way to grill bread), hard boiled eggs (just…an overall bad idea).

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But anyway, let’s get back to these.

Because these?  These work on a skewer.

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And they’re super easy.

Plus they look fancy.

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Easy Grilled Strawberry Shortcake Kebabs

Ingredients:

  • Strawberries, washed and halved
  • Pound cake, cut into cubes
  • Whipped cream
  • Cooking spray
Directions:
  1. Spray grill with cooking spray and heat on high.
  2. Place strawberries and pound cake onto skewers alternating between the two
  3. Place skewers on the grill, turning until grill marks are visible on both the strawberries and pound cake
  4. Remove from grill, serve with whipped cream

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Becky July 29, 2012

These look so good. I think Jennie and I will try these one day

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Cait July 29, 2012

Yay! They would work perfectly in your outdoor kitchen :)

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Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen) July 29, 2012

These are adorable and imagine amazingly delicious! YUM! I love fun summer foods!

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Katie @ Talk Less, Say More July 29, 2012

That’s such a cute idea and makes such a cool presentation. You genius… :)

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Cathy @ Noble Pig July 29, 2012

I just posted a kabob recipe too and yeah, I hadn’t done it in so long and now I want kabob everything! Tese are adorable and doable and totally cool.

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Cait July 29, 2012

Haha – I’m so glad you understand my love of kebabs! :)

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Katie July 29, 2012

Um, cake on a STICK and an everwood reference?! You own my heart.

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