Dessert Kabobs are a simple and delicious way to serve several “mini” treats at once. They are perfect for parties, BBQs and every day!
These FAB dessert kabobs are completely customizable. They are layered with Rice Krispies, Brownies, and Cream Puffs. Easy and so yummy!!
Quick + Easy
There is ALWAYS room for dessert, right?! They are even better when it’s quick, easy and delicious. That’s why I LOVE the Dessert Kabob!!! Have you had one before?
Maybe not, but if you haven’t – you should! These little kabobs were so easy to make, delicious and great to customize.
We included brownie bites, marshmallows, strawberries, cream puffs and Rice Krispies treats (we used all store bought treats – but homemade works too!)
The treats is topped off with a drizzle of melted chocolate or white chocolate.
how to make dessert skewers
- Cut up your brownies
- Cut Rice Krispies Treats
- Wash Strawberries and cut off tops
LAYER. Layer treats on skewers. We added strawberries first and last to help keep the treats on the stick. Place skewers on parchment paper.
DRIZZLE. Melt candy coating by stirring constantly in a small pot. When all melted, pour in a Ziploc bag with the tip cut off. Drizzle over skewers and let set.
Variations + Storing Info
This treat is fun because of how easy it is to change it up. You can use the ingredients listed on the recipe card and arrange them on the kabob in any way you choose. Try adding:
- donut holes
Because of the differences in ingredients STORING these kabobs gets a little tricky.
- Your best option to make these ahead of time is to prep the individual ingredients and store them separately. Assemble the ingredients on the wooden skewer several hours before the event. Cover and keep them in the fridge.
- I would suggest disassembling any leftover kabobs and STORING leftover ingredients separately. Reassemble the skewers as needed.
- Strawberries: Place a paper towel at the bottom of an airtight container. STORE the berries cut side down. Cover and store in the fridge.
- Brownies, rice krispies, marshmallow: STORE in separate airtight containers at room temperature.
- Cream puffs: STORE in an airtight container in the fridge.
Dessert Kabobs Recipe
- 3 Rice Krispies Treats homemade or store bought
- 6 Brownie Bites homemade or store bought
- 12 strawberries
- 6 large marshmallows
- 6 mini cream puffs
- 5-6 cubes chocolate candy coating
- Cut up your brownies or Rice Krispies treats to the size you'd like them to be. We used store bought Rice Krispies Treats and cut them in thirds.
- Wash Strawberries and cut off tops.
- Layer treats on skewers. We added strawberries first and last to help keep the treats on the stick.
- Place skewers on parchment paper.
- Melt candy coating by stirring constantly in a small pot. When all melted, pour in a Ziploc bag with the tip cut off. Drizzle over Kabobs and let set.
Thank you Lily for the nice recipe. Have fun today and all next week!
Oh my gosh, what a great idea! These would be the perfect summer treat at picnics and barbecues! Thanks for sharing this!
These look delish, can’t wait to try. Pinning this recipe!
They’re so easy – I think you’ll love them!!
I absolutely love your site! Thank you so much, there are fabulous recipes my kids will love!
Thank you, Alana!! I hope you can find tons of inspiration here. 🙂
Kabobs make everything fun! Love it!
These are great for a bbq or picnic. So yummy!
Another fun dessert to try. A fruit kabob! I bet the kids would be happy to help putting these together.
What a great way to get a little bit of everything! I like to make these when we entertain. You can make a bunch & everyone loves them!
My kids loved these. They made perfect treats for them and they are so excited to have them.
To say that these were the hit of the party would be an understatement…everybody LOVED them! And the kids had fun helping me make them. Thank you!
These kabobs are just the cutest and easy to assemble! My daughter and I had so much fun making these for our family get together! Such a fun and delicious snack!
Just looking at these you know they are easy to make. What I love most is that my teen daughters like assembling them in fun ways.
can the kabobs be made ahead of time?