Having all boys I tend to get a lot of sympathy from strangers and random advice from other moms whose boys have grown. The number one thing everyone has told me is to get ready to always have a stocked pantry. My boys are still little, (9, 5, and 4) but I already see how hungry they can be sometimes!
Especially now that school has started they come home “starving” and there are days where I need a super quick and easy meal. They can be cranky if I tend to make something that takes a while! That’s where these Easy Buffalo Chicken Kabobs come in handy!
It only takes 20 minutes from start to finish and my boys loved it! Leave it to me, though, to add a little flair and fun by making this super awesome table scape and having the boys make their own kabobs!
I used Chicken Bites Buffalo, Mozzarella Sticks (both a Farm Rich Brand) sliced cucumbers and cherry tomatoes.
While your Chicken Bites and Mozzarella Sticks are baking, take bamboo skewers and add a little washi tape flags near the top. Wrap a strip of tape around the skewer and trim the edges to look like a flag.
Place the skewers in a small jar or glass. Add a table runner or table cloth to the table. I also added a few paper fans to add a little extra decor to tablescape.
When creating a tablescape, not matter how small or big, I like to have the same color of dishes. I opted for all white since that is what I like, but feel free to use another color.
Once you’ve plated your food, don’t forget the dipping sauces! I used ranch dip for the chicken and marinara for the mozzarella sticks.
Both my Chicken Bites Buffalo and Mozzarella Sticks are Farm Rich brand and I love keeping them on hand. You’re always just 20 minutes away from something tasty, made from wholesome ingredients and can have a meal or snack on the table super quick! Which is what I am needing these days with my hungry boys!
Each person can make their own kabob to their liking. I loved putting this together because it really took no time at all. Now my boys ask for all their food to be on a kabob! If you were going to create you’re kabob tablescape, what foods would you include?