Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs

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With twins on the way and school fixing to start back up. I’ve been doing everything I can to come up with a good schedule for us and other little things that make life easier! One thing I’ve been working on, is quick and easy recipes for dinner and for after school snacks. Jay is always hungry right after school and while handing him a yogurt or fruit snacks works, I wanted to come up with fast and easy kid friendly snack ideas. Which brings me to my newest recipe!

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What I love about these snack kabobs is you can cut up the grapes and cheese ahead of time, that way when you get home from picking up the kids, you just have to heat up the taquitos and bagel bites! I did it all at once and all total, it probably took me 10 minutes to make! I ran to Walmart and grabbed everything I needed for this quick, easy, and delicious recipe! I decided to try this recipe out on my boys and my nephew and it was a huge hit! They devoured the kabobs so fast and I did a little happy dance!
  Live.Laugh.L0ve. // Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs #AfterSchoolSnacks #Shop #Cbias

Live.Laugh.L0ve. // Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs #AfterSchoolSnacks #Shop #Cbias

Live.Laugh.L0ve. // Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs #AfterSchoolSnacks #Shop #Cbias

You will need:
- Delimex Taquitos
- Bagel Bites
- Grapes
- A block of cheese
- Kabob sticks
{not pictured is..}
- A couple of plates
- A cutting board
- A knife

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First, gather everything you need. Start heating up the frozen taquitos and frozen Bagel Bites. {In the picture above, those items are still frozen}. I made five taquitos and heated up one whole tray of the Bagel Bites.

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Next, start cutting up the grapes and cheese while you are waiting for the other ingredients to finish. I cut a pretty good size chunk out of the block of cheese, sliced it into 3 long/thick pieces, and then began cutting them into bite size pieces. For the grapes, I simply cut each grape in half. Once the Taquitos got done, I used about four of them and cut them into bite size pieces. When the Bagel Bites finished, I used three of those and cut them into bite size pieces as well.

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Once I had all of the pieces cut up, I began assembling the pieces onto the Kabobs. I made three, one for each of the boys, but I easily could have made six or seven with what I had cut up. I put the food on in this order.

- Taquito
- Cheese
- Bagel Bite
- Grape
- Taquito
- Cheese
- Bagel Bite
- Grape
- Cheese

So, each kabob had two taquito bites, three pieces of cheese, two bagel bite pieces, and two grapes.

Live.Laugh.L0ve. // Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs #AfterSchoolSnacks #Shop #Cbias

Live.Laugh.L0ve. // Kid Friendly Snack Kabobs #AfterSchoolSnacks #Shop #Cbias

Last, finish up the rest of the kabobs, and then let your kids enjoy them! What I really like about this after school snack is it has a little bit of everything and the kids got full off it! Which is perfect, that way there is no snacking all the way to dinner! The Taquitos were delicious and the Bagel Bites are made with real cheese and homemade sauce and I think those were their favorite part of the kabob! This definitely makes for a perfect #AfterSchoolSnacks!

What is your kids favorite after school snack?

Before you run out and grab the ingredients, be sure to print out this coupon for the Delimex Taquitos and the Bagel Bites! You can also find more great recipes here!

I’m linking this post up to the Sunday Funday linkup!

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