Semi Homemade Strawberry Shortcake Kebabs — 66 Comments

  1. These look beautiful and I’m sure they are delicious too! We’d love for you to share it at our Beautify It Monday Link party going on now at!

  2. As always, your recipes are a big hit!!! YUM~ 🙂 I am so happy to see you on my blog and your fabulous recipe shared with us at Kids in the Kitchen link up. You already know how much of a fan I am on your blog! Thanks for linking up! Have a blessed week and so happy to be sharing our recipes~ come back next Tuesday to show us what you have made! 🙂

  3. can’t wait to try this. I have 1 daughter getting married and 1 daughter pregnant, I think this will be wonderful for both showers! Thanks for this creative recipe!!!

  4. These were a hit at a recent gathering. Made a few hours in advance which softened the biscuits a bit and made them actually taste more like shortbread. Was worried about sogginess – but no problem with that. The top of a gallon milk jug was perfect “cutter” for biscuits. I used original Grands btw. Only thing I changed is put 2 biscuits on each skewer and topped with decorative strawberry piece. 3 biscuits were starting to make it top heavy and they had the tendancy to toppling over. I live food on skewers!

  5. How fun and easy! I made these for my bunco ladies tonight and I assembled them in about 15-20 mins this morning. I sprinkled them with cinnamon sugar and just might drizzle them with little melted chocolate too.
    Very easy and light. Thanks for sharing!

  6. My sister made this recipe for Thanksgiving dinner. Not only was it a show stopper, but it could not have been a bigger hit. All around, this is a great tasting, and visually impressive desert.

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  8. I made these for the Fourth of July and they came out delicious! Except I used little star cookie cutter instead of the circle one and I added blueberries! But it came out amazing and everyone loved them!

    • Hi Jill, The only way you can use a whip cream from a can is if you serve it right away. Usually the whip cream looses its fluff fast and will become runny. The cool whip keeps it’s shape. If you don’t want to use cool whip or can’t find it you can also use freshly made whip cream.

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