Gluten Free Recipes
Gluten-Free Lunch Skewers
Food on a stick is fun for kids, and it’s an easy way to pack a gluten-free lunch. Rather than worrying about finding gluten-free bread for a sandwich, put the meat and cheese on a stick along with fruit pieces.
Add some popcorn to the lunch bag, and your munchkin will be thrilled to be eating gluten free.
This recipe uses a winning combination of ham, cheese, and apple. Ham works well for skewers, but be sure to read the label to check the gluten-free status. Try other foods on skewers too. Small tomatoes, cucumber, melon, strawberries, cooked chicken chunks, or anything that you can skewer!
Ham and Apple Lunch Skewers
- gluten-free ham cubes (I like to use turkey ham)
- cheddar cheese cubes
- apple chunks
- lemon juice
- Toss the apple chunks in a little diluted lemon juice to keep them from browning.
- Assemble the ham, cheese, and apples on toothpicks or wooden/bamboo skewers. If using skewers, put food on half of the skewer, cut it with scissors, assemble the other half, then cut off the point.