Colleen Sowa Recipe

Sammie On A Stick!

By Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7

Recipe Rating:
as many as you want to make!
Prep Time:

Colleen's Story

This is another one of our fun foods!

We make them whenever someone asks or we make them for pot lucks, parties, and picnics.

I showed sandwiches and breakfast... the breakfast ones are requested all the time!

Have fun... use your imagination... and play with your foods! xo


sausage, ham, bacon, cooked eggs, turkey, chicken, burgers, deli meats, little smokies
lettuce, grape or cherry tomatoes (can use slices from small tomatoes)
green, black olives
slices of bread cut into shapes (flowers, hearts, etc.), crepes or pancakes
chop sticks, lollypop sticks, skewers, toothpicks

Directions Step-By-Step

Get all ingredients ready by cutting bread slices with cookie cutters, cutting meats and cheeses, having veggies and olives ready.

** I sometimes cut the cheese and meat into small hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades for playing games or cards.

** For Holidays, clovers, hearts, eggs, trees, flowers, etc. are cute shapes for bread and or cheese... (hint: have cheese at room temperature when cutting and assembling).
Place the items onto sticks of choice in any order you like.
Place the finished sticks on a tray or in a container like a heavy mug or short vace.

These can be made in advance.... or let your guests have fun assembling their own.
Breakfast On A Stick!
Blood Orange, blueberry pancake, bacon, fried eggs, hash brown potatoes and pineapple slice.

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Kay Skipper Kay112
Jan 29, 2012
You have the right idea, Colleen, and that is let the kids and others make their freshly made skewer treats. ;)
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Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7
Jan 29, 2012
Right Kay! I make them last minute so to speak or I let everyone make their own... depends on the crowd.... the kids love to make these... they make any meal special... xo Thanks for the rating! xo
Kay Skipper Kay112
Jan 29, 2012
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
Kay Skipper Kay112
Jan 29, 2012
I made basically the same little cutsie idea as an hors d' voures dish for a party. I placed a few triangle slices of bread on my short shish-k-bob skewers. I sealed the tray tightly with press n seal prior to the little patio back yard meal so all would stay moist and fresh. The bread was not moist and fresh. I recommend taking a paper towel, dampening it with water, squeezing out the excess water and then placing it over your tray of cute hors d' voures so that they will taste fresh during the party.

Perhaps another type of bread may be better. I never thought that far ahead. I also made a pretty good little skewer which had the bread, pineapple and a few other fruit with a cream cheese and a little powered sugar mixed in with the cheese. I applied this to the bread and skewered the pineapple chunks, strawberries and grapes on. This was more of a success.

I believe if you try these cute and color treats, you will love them. I just dont recommend making a whole lot of them unless you figure out how to keep your bread fresh.