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I love the genius of food on a stick. Sticks make foods mess-free (sometimes) and oh so convenient. Anyone who regularly reads this blog knows that of the 6000-some posts of written, likely well more than half involve food on sticks, so this post could have hundreds of food-on-a-stick ideas. You name it, I’ve seen it on a stick. Popsicles, sure, but also yogurt, cereal treats, cake pops, marshmallows, cookies, cupcakes, brownies, fruits, veggies, meats, paninis, even spaghetti. But here are a few fun foods on a stick that are kid-friendly and actually easy or do-able to make. Just make sure the kid is old enough to know not to jab him or herself with said stick (or others).

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I made these pizza pops ages ago, and they have been a huge hit.

A classic in stick form, make peanut butter and jelly on a stick at A Whisk and Two Wands.

Great for a summer shindig, put ice cream on a stick at Better Homes and Gardens.

Stack sandwiches on a stick at Super Healthy Kids.

Let the kids help cut out and put fruit on a stick at my blog, the decorated cookie.

Easy peasy, make frozen bananas on a stick at Weelicious.

Why have I never done this? Put pancakes on a stick at No. 2 Pencil.

Put empanadas on a stick at Spoonful.

 

Make cereal snacks on a stick at Betty Crocker.

By Meaghan Mountford




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