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100 Things You Can Serve On A Stick

Oh, food on a stick. Does it get any cuter, more Pinteresting, or cocktail-friendly than cake pops, kabobs, and popsicles? To celebrate the summery season of entertaining, we’re serving up 100 different foods you can serve, eat, and gawk at… on a stick! Try whipping up some of these at your next dinner party. Bon appetit!

1. Donuts on a Stick: What would make donuts even more delectable? Serving them in pop form with adorable patterned flags. (via Ein klitzeklein(es) Blog)

2. Grab and Go Breakfast Pops: For folks on the move, throw a little yogurt, granola, fresh fruit, and a mini muffin in a push pop container and you’re good to go. This is a great move for folks who want to make sure their kids get a balanced breakfast even when they’re walking out the door. (via Cheeky Kitchen)

3. Stuffed Almond Butter + Strawberry Jam French Toast Kabobs: This is one of those recipes where the title speaks for itself. It’s like peanut butter and jelly hooked up with french toast. NOM. (via Nibbles by Nic)

4. Red, White, and Blueberry Muffins: Red, white, and blueberry? We love it – especially with the adorable pinwheel. (via Babble)

5. Pop Tart Pops: See? Pop tarts can be cuter. (via Babble)

6. Blackberry French Toast Kabobs: Fresh fruit and french toast come together deliciously on these festive kabobs. (via Super Healthy Kids)

7. Mini Pancakes Pops: Forget silver dollar pancakes – it’s all about a short stack on a stick! (via Dulces Bocados)

8. Donut Hole Breakfast Skewers: Why not have a little indulgence combined with your fruity breakfast? (via Val So Cal)

9. Cinnamon Swirl Brioche French Toast + Taylor Ham: This french toast is definitely fancy. (via Steph Chows)

10. Rice Krispies Dessert Pops: We know, we know. These look an awful lot like dessert… but guess what the base of this pop is made of? Rice krispies! (via Busy Mommy)

11. Crunchy Chicken-Stuffed Waffle Pops: It’s chicken and waffles on a stick. What more do you need to know? (via Snappy Gourmet)

12. Burgers on a Stick: Spotted at a summer wedding, this is an adorable new way to serve a culinary classic. (via Brides)

13. Pizza Pops: Speaking of classics, no food roundup is complete without a take on pizza. (via The Decorated Cookie)

14. Goat Cheese Pops with Herbs, Pecans, and Bacon: You had us at bacon. (via Mom It Forward)

15. Salad on a Stick: This would go perfectly with your burger on a stick, don’t you think? We love the possibilities in this one. A cobb would look pretty darn yummy on a stick. (via Food Network)

16. Sushi Pops: Sushi purists might scoff at such a creation, but we say, the more foods on a stick, the merrier. (via Better Recipes)

17. Ham and Melon Pops: The combo of ham and melon is a go-to summer treat – it’s such a great mix of sweet and savory. (via Gourmantine’s Blog)

18. Bacon-Wrapped Potato Bites: Bacon-wrapped anything is a pretty obvious win, and we love the texture of potatoes to give a little more heft to this dish. (via The Kitchn)

19. Chinese Meatballs on a Stick: The rich flavors of chinese meatballs come through beautifully in this bite size take. (via Taste Food Blog)

20. Scallion Meatballs: More meatballs? Yes please. And P.S. we will happily eat anything Smitten Kitchen creates.  (via Smitten Kitchen)

21. Pineapple Pork Kabobs: Grilled veggies, fruit, and meat on a stick? This might be your new go-to grill skewer. (via Brit + Co.)

22. Drunken Grapes with Wine-Poached Shrimp: This gourmet bite is a great alternative to more savory shrimp cocktail-style appetizers. (via Showfood Chef)

23. Chicken Nuggets on a Stick: As if you needed to make chicken nuggets more fun to eat :) (via Al Cibo Commestibile)

24. Sandwich on a Stick: We’re loving the trend of deconstructed dishes on a stick. This is a great option for folks who are gluten-free or just trying to cut down on carbs. (via One Charming Party)

25. Lemongrass Chicken Skewers: Guess what the sticks on this are made out of? Lemongrass stalks! So cool. (via Served with Love)

26. Chicken Sausage Meatballs with Quinoa: The secret ingredient in these yummy meatballs? Quinoa! Such a great idea for beefing up meatballs. (via 5 Second Rule)

27. Tandoori Tofu: Onto the vegetarian bites! This tandoori tofu is a great way to get the tandoori flavor without involving meat. (via Hungry Foodies Pharmacy)

28. Skewered Tomato, Cucumber & Feta Appetizer: It’s like a Greek salad on a stick! (via Liv Life Too)

29. Bite-Sized Baked Brie: Give a bite of that gooey baked brie goodness to all your guests in the form of these delectable pops. (via Joy the Baker)

30. Tempeh Cucumber Pops: For the health conscious, tempeh is a great source of protein and goes scrumptiously with a refreshing piece of cucumber. (via Averie Cooks)

31. Mozzarella and Jalapeño Stackers: Breaded jalapeños and breaded mozzarella? Yeah. Okay. (via Peas & Crayons)

32. Snakes on a Stick: These playful breadsticks are a fun item for any summer party. (via Food.com)

33. Zucchini Lollipops: The words zucchini and lollipop might look totally weird next to each other at first glance, but these savory pops are definitely worth a try. (via La Receta Felicidad)

34. Antipasti Kabobs: Antipasti rolled up in pasta reminds us of pasta salad on a stick, and we’re totally on board. (via Roti n Rice)

35. Deep-Fried Babybel Pops: Did your jaw just drop? Take those adorable little babybel cheese rounds and turn them into cheese pops. (And yes, this is real life.) (via La Receta Felicidad)

36. Deep-Fried Ravioli on a Stick: Speaking of real life being awesome, we’ll continue on our deep-frying kick by sharing this recipe on deep-fried ravioli and tortellini. (via Just A Taste)

37. Curried Sweet Potatoes on a Stick: Roasting veggies on a stick is a simple way to make sure everyone gets enough to eat… even if you don’t have enough forks. (via Dinners and Dreams)

38. Grilled Cheese and Tomato Skewers: Nothing goes better together than grilled cheese and tomatoes in any form. (via Brit + Co.)

39. Sesame Pumpkin Skewers: This Asian-inspired dish is as delicious as it is good-looking. (via Jungle Frog)

40. Sweet Potato Samosa Pops: For a twist on typical Indian fare, try your hand at a batch of savory samosa pops. (via Veggie Belly)

41. Cheese Lollipops: Another lollipop dish that makes you go, “wait, what?” But seriously, it’s cheese on a stick and it happens to be crunchy. You’re welcome. (via Uno De Dos)

42. Pretzel Pops: These little darlings were made using crescent roll dough and can be topped with savory or sweet toppings. (via Brit + Co.)

43. Caprese Skewers: Make little caprese bites for all of your guests with a toothpick, cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, and a pinch of basil. (via Inquiring Chef)



44. Raspberry, Mint, and Mozzarella Skewers: We love the look of this unusual set of ingredients. (via Biscuits and Such)

45. Banana Split on a Stick: And so begins the part of this roundup where you realize that people are really, really, really into bananas and chocolate. (via Doughmesstic)

46. Mango Skewers: For a simple, tasty, healthy treat, add a bit of paprika or cayenne to a skewer of mango. (via A Thought for Food)

47. Watermelon Daiquiri Canada Pops: This one goes out to our resident Canadians, Aaron and Stephane. O Canada! (via Once Upon a Cutting Board)

48. Rum-Soaked Pineapple Pops: You know how people always soak watermelon in liquor? Turns out, you can do something similar with a pineapple! (via Domestic Fits)

49. Strawberry Shortcake Skewers: This sweet treat has “wedding dessert table” written all over it.(via Karen in the Kitchen)

50. Peach Pie Pops: One question for you: Would they serve these at a modern day Peach Pit? (via Baker’s Royale)

51. Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles: This is one to add to your genius food hacks list. You freeze kiwis and then dip them in melted chocolate. Yum. (via Show Food Chef)

52. Banana Pops: Featured on our Pinterest-inspired Today Show segment a couple weeks ago, this banana fondue station is the bee’s knees. (via Baker’s Royale)

53. Pretzel-Covered Caramel Apples: Add a little something savory to your caramel apple by way of crushed pretzel sticks. (via Little Accidents in the Kitchen)

54. Apple Pie Pops: These homespun pops are a great twist on apple pie. (via Whisk’d)

55. Lemon Basil Strawberry Caprese: We love the sound of all of these refreshing summery ingredients together. (via Cooking on the Weekends)

56. Watermelon, Cantaloupe, and Halloumi Skewers: If you haven’t tried grilled halloumi yet, get on it! You can thank us later. (via Wandering Spice)

57. Melon and Prosciutto Skewers: Go fancier with your ham + melon combo with prosciutto. (via Simply Delicious)

58. Banana Split Pie Pops: People are bananas for bananas! Take all the toppings in a banana split and turn them into pie filling in this fun recipe.(via Grandbaby Cakes)

59. Cookie Dough Brownie Pops: All you need to know about this is that edible egg-less cookie dough exists, is delicious, and takes minute to make. (via Brit + Co.)

60. Corn on the Cob Cake Pops: That’s right. Those are popcorn jelly beans on a little cob-shaped piece of cake. So cute! (via Quick Dish)

61. Beach Ball Cake Pops: If you can’t head to the beach, create a summery scene in your own home with these colorful beach balls. (via Bakerella)

62. Chocolate Chip Banana Cake Pops: Banana cake in a pop? Sign us up. (via Sugar Derby)

63. Fake Cake Pops: These are made using crushed cookies instead of cake, making them no-bake! (via Spanish Recipes by Nuria)

64. Raspberry Mascarpone Macarons: What happens when a macaron meets a cake pop? Macaron pops, of course. Love the sound of raspberry mascarpone as a filling. (via Tartelette)

65. Cupcakes on a Stick: This playful take on the cake pop gives a reverent nod to the original cute cake: the cupcake! (via Sweet Paul)

66. Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops: We love when edible things look like other edible things. Case in point? Ice cream cone cake pops! (via Dulces Bocados)

67. Biscoff Cookie Butter Cake Pops: You know those Biscoff cookies you always chow down on Delta flights? They come in spreadable form and happen to make a great cake pop filling. (via Mondo Mulia)

68. Oatmeal Cookie Pops: Bookmark this one for Valentine’s Day 2014… or for an impromptu romantic evening at home. (via Anders Ruff)

69. No-Bake Holiday Oreo Pops: Another sweet where crushed cookies replace cake, and you know we love us a good Oreo recipe. (via Brit + Co.)

70. Bourbon Fruitcake Ice Cream Pops: Who says fruitcake has to be a joke? This bourbon-spiked take on it may make you think twice. (via Brit + Co.)

71. Peanut Brittle Ice Cream Pops: Take all of the ingredients of peanut brittle and turn into ice cream pops in this quick and easy recipe. (via Better Recipes)

72. Strawberry Mojito Popsicles: Boozy popsicles are kind of our jam, and these strawberry mojito pops were gone in minutes at Brit HQ. (via Brit + Co.)

73. Mini Ice Cream Cookie Pops: This is yet another example of something that is already delicious becoming even better when made mini and placed on a stick. (via Pen N’ Paperflowers)

74. Peanut Butter Oreo Popsicles: Anything involving Oreo is an easy A in our book. (via Pass the Sushi)

75. Watermelon Margarita Poptails: How refreshing do these look? We love the pink popsicle and green lime slice! (via Brit + Co.)

76. Fruity White Sangria Pops: Mix up your summer wine rotation by making a a batch of these fruity pops. (via Pass the Sushi)

77. Frozen Yogurt Strawberry Pops: It’s really hard to pick a favorite frozen treat but these are definitely in the running. Yogurt-covered strawberries for the win! (via Cuisine Addict)

78. Striped Juice Popsicles: In the land of creative popsicle-making, this is sort of a basic trick. In any case, we love the beautiful colors in this example of striped pops. (via The View from the Great Island)

79. Blue Moon Ice Cream Push Pops: Beer popsicles? Yes! So good. (via Brit + Co.)

80. Citrus Margarita Flower Popsicles: We can’t decide if the flowers or the margarita is our favorite part of this gorgeous batch of popsicles. (via Kiran Tarun)

81. Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops: It’s true, Bakerella makes non-cake-pop pops! (via Bakerella)

82. Frozen S’mores on a Stick: Looking for s’more ways to eat s’mores? (via Chocolate-Covered Katie)

83. Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Yogurt Pops: These pops are made by blending bananas, peanut butter, and frozen yogurt and creating little yogurt discs in the freezer. (via Half Baked Harvest)

84. Flower Pops: These would be a great sweet to serve at a bridal shower or post-wedding brunch. (via Brit + Co.)

85. Raspberry Cheesecake Popsicles: We need to eat these right now. Brb ;) (via The Comfort of Cooking)

86. Red Fruit Sorbet Lollipops: We love that these look exactly like lollipops! (via Tengo un Horno)

87. Dark Chocolate + Pistachio-Dipped Popsicles: For another popsicle remix, try dipping frozen goodies in dark chocolate shell (like… Magic Shell!) and topping with crushed pistachios. (via Reminiscence Kitchen)

88. Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles: Another take on cheesecake in popsicle form, these yummies should be in your freezer at all times. (via Nuts About Food)

89. Spangled Sandwich Pops: Take it easy this Independence Day by starting with store-bought ice cream sandwiches and giving them an extra embellishment. (via Spoonful)

90. Hot Chocolate on a Stick: Add hot milk, stir, and you’ve got a warm cup of cocoa! (via Brit + Co.)

91. Caramel Pops: If you like making homemade caramel, try turning your creations into pops. Makes a great gift or goodie bag addition. (via Krissy’s Creations)

92. Dulce de Leche Lollipops: Dulce de Leche on a stick just sounds way too decadent for words. (via From Buenos Aires to Paris)

93. Watermelon Jello Shots: Gotta have a jello shot on the list! (via That’s So Michelle)

94. Crème Brûlée Pie Pops: Inside what looks like a normal pie pop? Crème brûlée, for real. (via Grandbaby Cakes)

95. Caramel Popcorn Balls: Mix up your movie night snacks by creating a bunch of caramel popcorn balls. Feel free to add sprinkles ;) (via Dine and Dish)

96. S’more Pops: S’more smores! Yep, we made that joke again and we’re not afraid to admit it. How can you resist anything that is inspired by a s’more? (via Brown Sugar)

97. Spring Flower Lollipops: These beautiful lollipops would be great at the kids’ table at a wedding or other fancy event. (via Sprinkle Bakes)

98. Fizzy Stars and Firecrackers: What makes these candies so exciting? They are made with Pop Rocks! Perfect for enjoying while you watch the fireworks. (via Sprinkle Bakes)

99. Funfetti Cheesecake Pops: We love this chocolate-covered take on cheesecake. (via Baker’s Royale)

100. Tequila Lollipops: And last, a shot of tequila! What better way to finish off a roundup of such epic proportions? (via Leanne Bakes)

What’s the most unusual or most delicious thing you’ve served, eaten, or seen on a stick? Tell us in the comments below. 

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Anjelika Temple

As the Creative and Editorial Director of Brit + Co., Anj brings her voracious consumption of all things creative and colorful to DIY projects, gadgetry finds, and, perhaps, one too many spiked sweets.

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