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Cupcake Kabobs

Updated on April 11, 2017
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Creative Cupcake Presentation

Why go with boring old cupcakes?

Change it up - Make Cupcake Kabobs!

Anything is better, when served on a stick - Don't you agree?

Everyone has seen a regular cupcake. And you can decorate them in so many ways, but when you use them to make something different, something a little more exciting - you will get great reactions. Weather it is kids or adults, the crowd is sure to love them. You will get compliments and smiles when they see these fun Kabobs.

Photos and Cupcake Baking and Assembly

Meat Kabobs
Meat Kabobs | Source

Kabobs...Not just Meat and Veggies Any More!

Everyone loves a kabob, but you can use the stick and concept to make pretty much anything.

Traditionally kabobs are made with a meat, and assorted veggies, but wouldn't a dessert kabob be amazing?!?

I propose that you use mini cupcakes (liner or not) and add whatever makes them more interesting. Add fruit or candy or anything else yummy to go with the cupcakes. Frosting is always a bonus, but not a necessity.

BE CREATIVE!

Cupcake Kebabs
Cupcake Kebabs | Source

Cool New Twist On Cupcakes

The Cupcake Kabob

This is a new twist on cupcakes. You can serve them up at a kids birthday party, 4th of July bash, or any event when you are looking for a fun alternative to the regular cupcake.

This page will show you tons of examples and give you some ideas to get started, but your own creativity is your only limit when it comes to these Cupcake Kebabs.

The Pan

Be sure you have a MINI muffin pan - not regular size cupcake pan. Big cupcakes will not work as well when serving, and no one will want to eat three whole cupcakes anyway. Well...they might want to, but they shouldn't.

Baker's Secret 116424001 Basics Nonstick 24-Cup Mini Muffin Pan
Baker's Secret 116424001 Basics Nonstick 24-Cup Mini Muffin Pan

This one holds a full dozen and is pretty inexpensive. Bakers Secret is a brand I have used for years with no trouble. You will fill this pan 2 times with one box of cake - so you might want to just buy 2. They are the same size as a typical 12 cupcake pan or cookie sheet.

 

Even The Little Ones Love The Kebobs!

Even The Little Ones Love The Kebobs!
Even The Little Ones Love The Kebobs!

Baby Photo by Photo by Odonato98 used with permission

These directions are fairly vague as your own preferences will drive the final product.

EVERYTHING HERE IS OPTIONAL EXCEPT THE CUPCAKES AND THE SKEWERS! :o)

Be creative - use what you like ... These are just some ideas to get you started:

Ingredients

  • mini cupcakes (baked in liners or directly in the pans - your choice)
  • skewers
  • frosting
  • whipped cream / cool whip
  • sugar wafers
  • marshmallows (mini or regular size) - dipped in chocolate or sprinkles optional
  • gummy candy (like gum drops or gummy bears)
  • Berries (all kinds) - Strawberries / Rapsberries / Blueberries / Blackberries / etc.
  • Other Fruits (chocolate dipped optional) - Apples / Cherries / Pineapple / etc.
  • Small squares of Rice Crispy Treats
  • Maraschino Cherries
  • Sprinkles (chocolate or rainbow)
  • Brownies cooked like cupcakes
  • Melting Chocolate (dark chocolate; milk; or white) to drizzle
  • Cherrios / Fruit Loop / Other Loop Cereal

Instructions

  1. Place one item on stick, and then another, and repeat until you've filled your skewer the way you like it.
  2. Leave about 1.5 inches on either end to hold stick for eating.
  3. Be creative - and take pics - you won't want to forget these!
  4. (If you send me the pic, I just might add it on this page too!)
Cast your vote for How To MAKE your own Cupcake Kabobs

The Sky Is The Limit

Be creative - You can put almost anything on your kebab. I have many ideas here, but you might come up with some even more great ones.

Please send me some pics of YOUR cupcake kabobs and I will make a photo gallery on this page to share with others. Email pics to BECHAND@aol.com.

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Disco Cupcakes have a Great Display for their Patriotic Themed Kabobs.  can check out their blog here: http://discocupcakes.blogspot.com/2009/07/fourth-of-july-star-spangled-cupcake.htmlMichelle's Pretty Pearly Kabobs - these show how pastels can be done using fruit - pretty for Baby Shower.  Check out her blog at :
Disco Cupcakes have a Great Display for their Patriotic Themed Kabobs.  can check out their blog here: http://discocupcakes.blogspot.com/2009/07/fourth-of-july-star-spangled-cupcake.html
Disco Cupcakes have a Great Display for their Patriotic Themed Kabobs. can check out their blog here: http://discocupcakes.blogspot.com/2009/07/fourth-of-july-star-spangled-cupcake.html
Michelle's Pretty Pearly Kabobs - these show how pastels can be done using fruit - pretty for Baby Shower.  Check out her blog at :
Michelle's Pretty Pearly Kabobs - these show how pastels can be done using fruit - pretty for Baby Shower. Check out her blog at :

Q. How Much Batter Do I Use To Fill Mini Muffin Pan to Make Mini Cupcakes? - A. 1 Tablespoon

You will want to be sure that all of your cupcakes are uniform in size, and filled to the proper level. You can do this easily with a baker's scoop. They come in 3 different sizes. The small is PERFECT for these mini cupcakes. The middle size works great for cookies, and the large is exactly a full cupcake. I do suggest purchasing a full set of 3 for all occasions, but for this project it's the SMALL that you need.

Norpro Stainless Steel Meatballer / Scoop, 35MM
Norpro Stainless Steel Meatballer / Scoop, 35MM

Norpro is a respected brand, and Stainless Steel is not only durable, but it matches most modern kitchens these days. I have this scooper (along with the other 2 sizes) and have used quite a bit for the past 5-6 years, and they are still like new. They are dishwasher safe and always look great. I use them for a lot of tasks in the kitchen and am happy I have them!

Great product! A must have for any kitchen - I suggest all 3 sizes!

 

Are you trying to think of a great unique thing to bring to a 4th of July picnic? Want to bring a patriotic dessert to the potluck? Want to be sure that it is something that no one else will bring?

These red white and blue cupcake kabobs are perfect for Fourth of July barbecues, and are great for other patriotic holidays like Veteran's Day, Memorial Day, and Flag Day, too.

Three cupcakes were used, with two colored - red and blue. The marshmallows had their ends dipped in red and blue as well.

They are fairly simple, and kids will love making them. They will be pretty impressive at the picnic, and "wow the crowd".

THE 4TH OF JULY IS ALMOST HERE - PLAN ON MAKING THESE - THEY ARE EASY AND MAKE A BIG STATEMENT ON THE PICNIC BUFFET!

These photos also show you how to add the colored sugar to the marshmallows pretty clearly. Use this technique to add any color to your kabobs - pastel sugars for baby shower - red and green for Christmas - Be Creative!

Dip marshmallows in water and then in colored sugar to add a punch of color to your kabobs.

Colored Sugars

If you use marshmallows, you can leave them plain white, or you can dip in water, and then in colored sugars, to add a great look like the 4th of July Kabobs shown above.

Here are some options for colored sugars. Use whatever colors match your theme. It comes in pretty much every color.

Jose Jalapeno On A Steek Cake
Jose Jalapeno On A Steek Cake | Source

On A Steek !!!!

Everything is better !!! - Ask Jose!

My kids sure love anything served on a stick. We do it all the time at home - Hotdogs, Chicken Pieces etc ... No matter what it is - it is better ON A STICK!

One day we thought (when looking for something different, and creative, to bring to class) - we thought of Cupcake Kabobs. We made them and the kids loved them. We make them for picnics and they go over great too.

We have seen many versions of them over the years now ... and wanted to share the concept with you, so you can get your creative juices flowing and come up with some great combinations to serve up as Kabobs with your cupcakes!

(not sure if this cake qualifies as a Kebob - but it is a CAKE and it is ON A STEEK!)

Fox Run Bamboo Skewers, Set of 100
Fox Run Bamboo Skewers, Set of 100

Shorter ones - only 6 inch - would only hold a couple cupcakes ...

 

Skewers

You will need skewers to make your kabob. You usually can find these in the grocery store (baking isle) but you can also order online so you don't have to worry about remembering them. (I keep them on hand, because as I said, nearly EVERYTHING gets put on a stick sometime in my house ...)

I have included the typical bamboo skewers here, as well as a few more creative options.

Are you more of a visual, step by step, learner?

~ Baby Showers ~

When planning a baby shower, you usually look for some unique thing that has not been at every shower you went to before. Well why not bring a batch of these ! Pink (or blue) Cupcake Kebabs!

Use Pink cupcakes (strawberry flavored boxed cake) or even white cake - with Pink frosting (maybe cotton candy flavoring?) and Pink Marshmallows (can use white if you can't find the pink ones) and dip in Pink sugars (see instructions on this page for dipping marshmallows in colored sugars) You can also add Pink sugar wafers, or any other pinkness you can think of.

For Blue - Use a white cake mix and add blue food coloring. Use Blue Marshmallows (or white) dipped in Blue sugars, and Blue frosting of course.

For girly party can just go pink or add some purple etc. For boy party, go blue or add some green ... Your call !

If we don't know if it is a boy or a girl - or want more than pink or blue - mix it up - add some purple, mint green, and yellow - any pastel works for baby showers. It also allows for more flavors to be added - either flavored frostings, or flavored cake or fruits. Melons (orange or green) add a punch of pastel color - and pineapple etc. Cakes in lemon, or pistachio may be pretty too ...

Silicone Mini-Cupcake Pans - The new trend in bakeware

You might find a silicone muffin pan as a great option as it can allow you to skip the liners. Cake tends to brown less in the silicone pans, and may allow you to bake directly and not have to purchase and peel liners just for baking purposes...

Silicone Solutions 12 cup Mini Muffin Pan, Blue
Silicone Solutions 12 cup Mini Muffin Pan, Blue

This is one of the 12 hole pans. They are less expensive than the 24, and might make a good trial to see if silicone works for you.

 

Liners can add to the beauty of your Cupcake Kabobs

Some kabobs can have a dramatic look - by adding a liner (or a little chocolate swirl!)

These ones are great - Please click on them to go to the Carpe Cupcake blog. They have their description there - as you can see they turned out AWESOME !

Photo Credit - and Cupcake Credit - Jo Lynne Lundy

used with permission

Paper or no paper ? - Liner or not ?

Most people use them mini cupcakes for the kabobs, as the size just works much better than the regular standard size cupcakes, but as for the paper liners - they are split.

Some people make their Cupcake Kabobs with the cupcake liners as they are easier to bake and handle WITH the liners, and the liners can be purchased in such great designs, that they could add to the beauty. Others believe that they are in the way when eating, and are too much fuss. Pick what you like, go with it.

Photo by seelensturm

Would you use the cupcake liners, or go without?

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Cupcake Wraps

An alternative to the cupcake liners is the cupcake wraps. These give the effect of the liners, but they have no bottoms and can be removed easily without taking the cupcake off the stick, which makes for easier for eating.

They come in many different colors, some with polka dots, others diecut to show some cake through.

Use marshmallow, sugarwafer or drop of melted & cooled chocolate to prevent slippage of cake on ends

Blue Polka Dot Cupcake Liners Mini Size 100 count
Blue Polka Dot Cupcake Liners Mini Size 100 count

I love using polka dots. They go with anything!

 

Cupcake Liners / Cupcake Cups

If you want that extra color or design, you might choose to go with cupcake liners. They are usually significantly cheaper than the wraps, and really are not that horrible to deal with.

Some people also choose to use them to make the cupcakes in anyway, and then unwrap before they put on skewers to avoid the discoloring in the muffin pans when cooked without liners.

Cupcake and the City
Cupcake and the City

Be Creative on your Presentation ...

You can display your cupcake kabobs in lots of different ways - sticking out of a melon, out of a bowl, laying on a platter etc... It is all about the presentation.

A cup full of some of the left over marshmallows can hold it all together - Check out how Dina with Cupcake and the City did it!

Feel free to click image to see the steps they used to create this one.

Bake in liners vs without (and remove as desired) to prevent browning cupcake sides during baking.

Plain Liners

I recommend that you use liners to bake your cupcakes and remove liners (if you are doing plain cupcakes). The cupcakes without liners are easiest to eat on kabob. If you bake without the liner though (like a muffin, directly in pan) you will get browned edges - and that is not as pretty for presentation.

Wilton 415-2507 Mini Muffin Cups, 100 Count
Wilton 415-2507 Mini Muffin Cups, 100 Count

Here is a cheap plain mini cupcake liner. It is plain white. Just get cheap ones, and pull them off before putting the cupcake on the stick. You will be happy with result, and believe me, it is worth it (I tried baked in pan, not so pretty...)

 
Banana Split Kabobs
Banana Split Kabobs

Banana Split Cupcake Kebab

Sometimes you just don't have the time or want the mess of Banana Splits - or maybe you just love cake more. When you want the Banana Split feeling you can go Banana Split Kabob!

This one uses banana flavored cupcakes (you can use white, but banana is really better).

(suggestion - you can put chunks of banana dipped in chocolate too - but be sure it is all dipped so it doesn't turn brown )

Maraschino Cherries, white frosting, and sprinkles make for a perfect topping on top of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry flavored frostings.

You can look at the pic here - but you can also click the pic for more details on how to put this one together.

Photo Credit - Lindsay Ann @ dollhousebakeshoppe.com

used with permission

Cherry Jubilee Cupcake Kabob
Cherry Jubilee Cupcake Kabob

Cherry Jubiliee Cupcake Kebobs

For Cherry Jubilee Cupcake Kebobs, you'll want to add Chocolate Covered Cherries, Maraschino Cherries, and Cherry Flavored Cupcakes (you can use the Betty Crocker Cherry Chip Box).

Of course, you can add mini marshmallows and some crushed nuts if you like. Feel free to change it up with banana or chocolate flavored cupcakes... It is all up to you!

Photo by thenkv used with permission

Neopolitan Cupcake Kebobs

Everyone knows (and most love) the traditional Neopolitan Ice Cream of strawberry, chocolate and vanilla. Here is a twist on that, as a cupcake Kabob!

You would make this one with cupcakes, frostings and sugar wafers (each in all 3 flavors chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry). You can also add marshmallows (feel free to dip those too!)

This tray of neopolitan cupcake kebobs was make by Nibbles By Nora.

(Photo used with permission)

Smores Cupcake Kabob
Smores Cupcake Kabob

Smore's Cupcake Kebab

Here is an idea - make Smore's cupcake kabobs!

The key here is the marshmallows dipped in chocolate and rolled in crushed graham crackers. Coffee Cake is a great cake mix to use with this one too. You can get as fun as you like. Campfires are fun, and sometimes people bring foods, why not bring these great kabobs and be the talk of the party?

Photo used with permission by: thenkv

Wanna make just a few? - Or Just Love Gadgets?

Cupcake Machines are fairly new the past couple years, and have become more popular. They allow you to make a small amount and make it quick. If making Kabobs for just the family for a surprise one night, or with a child and do not want a full batch of cupcakes, you can use one of these.

Jiffy Mix makes a small amount of cake that is perfect with this maker.

You can also use half or quarter a box (or third) - just have to split by how many eggs go in, and do a little math on the other ingredients. You can make one egg and either 1/2, 1/3 or 1/4 - depending on how many eggs the box or recipe requires.

Sunbeam FPSBCMM901 Mini-Cupcake Maker, Pink
Sunbeam FPSBCMM901 Mini-Cupcake Maker, Pink

I tried one of these at a friend's house with our kids, and they had a great time. It seemed even more fun than making cupcakes the "old fashion way"

 
mini cupcakes from grocery store
mini cupcakes from grocery store

Don't Have Time To Bake?

But Still Want To Make A Statement?

Try buying mini muffins or mini cupcakes at your local grocery store, and begin the fun of building your kabobs !

There are many versions available at most grocery stores all done, Just buy a box, and some sticks and have fun !

More Pages with Great Cupcake Kabobs

Check out these great pages about various Kabobs. They each feature one Kabob.

Kebab or Kabob?

Well it appears that either spelling is correct!

Kebab is more popular though.

What are your thoughts on the Cupcake Kabobs? - Or my little page here about them?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Cupcake kabobs - what a clever idea!

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      norma-holt 4 years ago

      A new blessing on this lovely lens and may you have a wonderful, successful and happy 2013. Hugs

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Stopping by to refresh the blessing,

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      Kathy McGraw 5 years ago from California

      These cupcake kabobs look like a lot of fun. I like the strawberry shortcake one the best :)

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      Hypersapien2 5 years ago from U.S.

      These look great!

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      Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

      These look like so much fun!

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      KennyCasanova 5 years ago

      These look pretty sweet.

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      Zebedee32 5 years ago

      Very nice lens. Never seen them done with cupcakes!

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      leafspirit lm 5 years ago

      Possibly one of the coolest lenses I've seen yet! This is so awesome! I gotta try it and I don't even have kids yet haha

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      Rachel Field 5 years ago

      These all look so good! Congrats on your purple star.

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      Nicole Pellegrini 5 years ago from New Jersey

      Just when I thought the cupcake craze couldn't get any crazier! :)

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      mcampbell123 5 years ago

      I've got to try this

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      Paul Turner 5 years ago from Birmingham, Al.

      Yummy lens! Thanks for sharing.

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      YourFirstTime 5 years ago

      Such a decadent idea - I like the way your mind works!

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      lynnasafriend 5 years ago

      What a delicious lens :)

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      lynnasafriend 5 years ago

      What a delicious lens :)

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      LornsA178 5 years ago

      These are so creative ideas, I'm sure all the kids will have fun with this. Thanks!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Now this is a Delicious Lens and one that is Truly Unique!!! In my opinion, Cupcakes than "Cake-pops!" ;)

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      LLMom27 5 years ago

      These are so cute!

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      McBub-Squidoo 5 years ago

      cupcake + kabob? That's very creative.

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      LeslieMirror 5 years ago

      I'll probably go into insulin shock. But it's worth it!

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      MamaWise LM 5 years ago

      Ok, I totally have to make these for my son's birthday coming up in July! I was thinking of also using those cake balls that people make cake pops with. Thanks for this awesome lens!

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      sheriangell 5 years ago

      One of the coolest ideas I've seen in a long time. I will most definitely take a stab at these one day! Squid Angel blessed today!

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      Itaya Lightbourne 5 years ago from Topeka, KS

      How fun! I'm saving for when my grandson gets a bit older and we can make him up some for a special time like his birthday. Wonderful article! :)

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      AmandaTWaH 5 years ago

      I love the tip about cupcake wraps! Those would be so much better for these than regular liners.

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      tiburon969 5 years ago

      Fantastic lens, this made me join Squidoo just so I could Like it! Thanks for sharing your creative ideas with the community~

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      KimGiancaterino 5 years ago

      They're adorable ... almost too cute to eat!

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      Heksieden 5 years ago

      Cupcakes are definitely in the order of the day. I even painted cupcakes on my nails. Looks just as yummy as your lens

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      hessa johnson 5 years ago

      I've never seen these before! Lovely!

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      suzy-t 5 years ago

      Whoa... Dessert kabobs. Great idea !...Endless combinations... I love it !. Blessed and pinned to my SquidAngel board.

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      hntrssthmpsn 5 years ago

      These are adorable! You're an inspiration to creative kabob-ers everywhere!

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      Karnel 5 years ago from Lower Mainland of BC

      This was amazing I so enjoyed it

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      microfarmproject 5 years ago

      I love these ideas. It will be hard to pick just one!

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Very creative!

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      madnessmerritt 5 years ago

      You could create a wand with the cupcake on top.

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      GoAceNate LM 5 years ago

      My daughter will love this. Just what she needs more sugar.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      What a great idea! I will definitely try this next time I make cupcakes at home :)

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      UKGhostwriter 5 years ago

      great ideas - fantastic lens

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This lens is awesome I have so many ideas for the summer now!

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      Tracie-Fisher 5 years ago

      Great ideas for an upcoming party at my house. Thanks for helping me think outside of the cupcake tin ;-)

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      Karla Whitmore 5 years ago from Arizona

      These look completely scrumptious! Fantastic lens.

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      miaponzo 5 years ago

      These are adorable.. the only thing I don't like is the idea of kids running around with sticks in their mouths... :) For adults, amazing!!!! Blessed!

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      Mary Norton 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Kids would love these kabobs.

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      Another inventive way to display desserts. Very creative.

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      queenofduvetcover 5 years ago

      Amazing lens! I would love one to eat of those cupcake kabobs right about now! Yum! Yum!

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      Mark Falco 5 years ago from Reno, Nevada

      This is a really fun idea, for kids and adults.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I'll be using this birthday cake kabob idea the next time my niece has a party. It seems like a great idea for you to be able to bond with your child as long as you keep an eye on them.

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      SteveKaye 5 years ago

      Yum Yum Yum. This looks so good.

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      Sharon Bellissimo 5 years ago from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

      Great idea, for kids of all ages ;)

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      bechand 5 years ago

      @iWriteaLot: Thanks for the vote ! I did not win. Wish I did. I worked hard for this challenge...

      Glad you liked the page, and I hope that you make some great kabobs. If you do make them, send me a pic and I will put it on here :O) Happy Memorial Day !

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      randomthings lm 5 years ago

      This is such a clever idea!

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      bechand 5 years ago

      @Missmerfaery444: I hope you vote for this lens for the Jenga Challenge :O)

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      Missmerfaery444 5 years ago

      Wow wow wow, I love this!!! Will be making some red white and blue themed cupcakes for the Queen's Jubilee in June - this has given me lots of ideas!

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      MerandaJade 5 years ago

      My daughter would LOVE these! She is obsessed with cupcakes. i am definitely using these ideas for my next party.

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      lesliesinclair 5 years ago

      What a festive sweet fest.

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      Cheryl Paton 5 years ago from West Virginia

      These are so cool! What a fun treat for a party or any time.

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      darciefrench lm 5 years ago

      What a fun idea - we'll have to make cupcake kebobs for our next gathering :)

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      norma-holt 5 years ago

      Very creative ideas and a lovely lens. Featured on Blessed by Skiesgreen 2012-2 Hugs

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      ohcaroline 5 years ago

      The best part is the ability to serve them so easily.

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      DecoratingEvents 5 years ago

      These are too cute! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      You can say kabob or kebob, just put it on a "steek" and get it to me queek! I don't have much of a sweet tooth but I think you just woke it up with yummy ad fun, they sure go together well for this very delightfully inventive Virtual Jenga lens!

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      Mistl 5 years ago

      I love this idea. Very cute cupcakes on a stick and I am sure kids love them!

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      BuckHawkcenter 5 years ago

      These look fantastic! My granddaughter will be visiting next week and now I have a fun activity to enjoy with her. Great ideas!

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      AnnMarie7 5 years ago

      I love this idea! I don't care much for regular kabobs, so the thought of making dessert ones never crossed my mind. Good, informative lens with great presentation.

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      Treasures By Brenda 5 years ago from Canada

      What a novel idea and a well done page. Off to share on my Facebook page, Culinary Favorites From A to Z.

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      KateHonebrink 5 years ago

      Love this idea and plan to use it ASAP! Great job on this article! Kudos!!

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      mumsgather 5 years ago

      I'm a step by step learner.

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      LisaDH 5 years ago

      How fun!! I'm definitely going to try the Fourth of July kabobs this year.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      The cupcake kabobs are so cute. What a wonderful idea for birthday parties.

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      iWriteaLot 5 years ago

      I don't believe it! My mother is planning a big Memorial Day cookout this weekend and she wants to make Chicken kabobs. These cupcake kabobs will be a fantastic dessert! Awesome lens! Definitely gets my vote for the challenge! Good luck!

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      gatornic15 5 years ago

      This is such a cute idea! I never would have thought to do something like this.