Salad Skewers

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Salad Skewers. Salad is much more fun on a stick!

The Salad Skewers on the Hyatt menu has been on my mind since last Friday! I was bummed that my kids didn’t order it so I could see what it looked like, but it wasn’t too difficult to imagine.  Instead, I decided we’d make our own and see what the kids thought of it.

These salad skewers are a great way to get your kids the recommended 3-5 cups of fruits and vegetables per day.  Kids who get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables:

  • Have Improved immunity
  • Maintain a healthier weight
  • Enjoy better vision and skin
  • Play longer with more energy
  • Thrive with a preference for healthier food!
  • Be stronger with better brain function.
  • Get better sleep.

To make Salad Skewers, we imagined what types of salads we love and what ingredients go well together.  We came up with these four variations.

Salad Skewers. Salad is much more fun on a stick!

Spinach Salad

Spinach

Strawberries

Mozzarella Cheese Sticks

Anti-Pasta

Olives

Grapes

Cherry Tomatoes
Lunch SpecialCheddar Cheese

Apples

Iceberg Lettuce

Chef’’s

Cucumber

Tomatoes chunks

Romaine lettuce

Carrots

These salad skewers would make a great side to any dinner, a balanced lunch, or even an after school snack. And hey- if your kids will eat more fruits and veggies because of it, perfect!

Salad Skewers. Salad is much more fun on a stick!
Salad Skewers. Salad is much more fun on a stick!
What other combinations would your kids enjoy? (or you!!)
Salad Skewers. Salad is much more fun on a stick!

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