Sharing something so cute today!
Can you even? As my daughter gets older (she just turned 2), I am starting to get a little more creative with meal ideas like these adorable sandwich kabobs. Can food be adorable? Oh I think so! Especially when it’s for the kids.
Today’s post is brought to you by my partnership with Produce For Kids. I have been working with them for quite awhile and I have to say, I LOVE it. If you’ve been reading the blog, you know how much it means to me to cook wholesome, healthy meals for my family. Yes…we do indulge, too, but for the most part we are eating a ton of fruits, vegetables and well balanced meals, too!
Produce For Kids is encouraging families to take the Power Your Lunchbox Pledge to kick off the school year right! My little girl is starting preschool in just a few weeks and I am slightly freaking out, but I know it will be good for her.
One thing you can do this year is take the pledge to pack your kiddos healthy school lunches and cook healthy meals for your family. To do this, simply click here. It costs you NOTHING, it’s just a pledge to encourage you to make healthier choices for your family.
Fore every pledge, lunchbox-friendly companies supporting Power Your Lunchbox Pledge, will make a collective $1 donation to Feeding America® children’s programs. The programs runs through September 22! The digital program has already raised nearly $60,000! Let’s increase that number dramatically and take the pledge!
A huge THANKS to the brands and companies that are supporting the program this year!
Use hashtag #PowerYourLunchBox to spread the word and to share all of your amazing lunchbox ideas! If you need recipe ideas to get started, Produce For Kids has a TON. Check them all out HERE.
These are so versatile – switch up the meat, cheese and veggies to your family’s liking.
I hope you decide to take the pledge to help this amazing program – it truly is wonderful and they make such an impact on the eating habits of children around the nation. Check out PFK’s website and follow them on social media to learn more!
Search hashtag #PowerYourLunchBox to follow along the journey!
Don’t forget to pin this recipe on Pinterest by clicking the image below!
- Ham or Turkey, cut thick
- Block of cheese (I used muenster)
- Grape or cherry tomatoes
- Bread of your choice
- Cucumber, diced into 1 inch chunks
- Kabob sticks
- Cut ingredients into 1 inch pieces and arrange on kabobs.
Recipe inspiration from Produceforkids.com
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Produce For Kids. All opinions are 100% my own. Thanks to my readers and brands for helping me make Stuck On Sweet possible! xoxo