I’m always on the lookout for kids’ lunch ideas that won’t take a ton of time to do. Making our sandwiches into kebabs was pretty quick, and the girls liked eating what they helped create.
What You Need to Make Sandwich Kebabs
You can cut shapes out of the cheese, too, although we just used the knife to cut ours into squares. Other ideas: cut shapes from cucumbers, carrots, or hard boiled eggs.
If you don’t have any small cookie cutters on hand, you can cut the shapes with a knife. Kids could cut their own shapes out of soft cheeses with a safe butter knife. You can also use a small drinking glass to cut circles, or hunt around the kitchen to see if you have any items that can pass for a cookie cutter, like the lids of decorative tins or odd shaped drinking glasses.