July 23, 2013

Annnnnd the summer caprese madness continues! You didn’t think I was finished yet, did you??? First it was a classic caprese, followed by a caprese salad with avocado. Now – caprese kabobs! Ah, the endless uses I am finding for the basil from my garden…

caprese kabobs

These skewered salads could not be easier to put together, and are a great treat to serve to your guests at a summer soiree. Or…any time of the year really. It doesn’t have to be summer to enjoy these!

caprese kabobs

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: food items on a stick are so fun! I don’t know why the simple addition of a wooden skewer can be so endearing, but it definitely is in my book.

caprese kabobs with balsamic

Anyway, the next time you’re bringing food to a gathering, think about whipping up a batch of these bad boys! And, if you’re looking for variety, you could also consider making some antipasto kabobs too!

What is your favorite food on a stick?

caprese kabobs with balsamic

Caprese Kabobs with Balsamic Glaze

***makes 20 kabobs***

Ingredients

20 bamboo skewers

40 cherry tomatoes

20 mini mozzarella balls (or mozzarella cut in 1 inch cubes)

20 fresh basil leaves

Cracked pepper

Salt

Balsamic glaze

Instructions

1. Place ingredients on skewers – pierce one cherry tomato, followed by one mozzarella ball, a leaf of basil, and a final cherry tomato. Arrange skewers in a single layer on a tray or in a pan.

caprese kabobs

2. Sprinkle kabobs with salt and cracked pepper. Lightly drizzle balsamic glaze over the top of the kabobs, and serve!

caprese kabobs with balsamic

9 Responses to “Caprese Kabobs with Balsamic Glaze”

  1. Alana says:

    Ooh- these look delicious!

  2. Leslie says:

    Those are so lovely. I think we might have a mutual obsession for caprese. So fresh and tasty. I wish I had a full garden…I’ve been snagging stuff from my brother’s garden every chance I get!!

    • Katie says:

      Caprese is definitely my obsession right about now. If any recipe or dish at a restaurant has “caprese” in the title, I’ve got to have it!

  3. Liz
    Twitter: thatskinnychick
    says:

    Simple, beautiful and yummy! I’m sure I could eat the whole platter!

  4. Megan says:

    YUM! They turned out so good! I am pinning this now to my party foods page ;)

  5. Pass me like a dozen of these! I totally agree – food on sticks is just more fun than other food. I make caprese kabobs for just about every party I host!

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