Happy New Year! Did you make any resolutions or goals that you're excited about? I have a keen suspicion that 2020 is going to be a remarkable year! I started a new job in December, and it has been a big transition for me. Not only is it in a new industry, it is in a completely different speciality. So if you're wondering why I have been radio silent on social media lately, that is why! I am still getting used to my new routine, new friends, and new work load. All that to say, I am going to try and continue posting regularly starting by updating an old classic from the A Thousand Crumbs vault, wedge salad skewers!
What is it about it that makes a wedge salad so stinking delicious? Is it the crispy bacon? Blue cheese? Ranch dressing? Never mind, I just answered my own question. The wedge salad is one of my absolute favorites, but I wanted to make a simpler version to serve a crowd that didn't involve needing a steak knife and a lot of cutting! It's a lot of work getting through that giant wedge sometimes! These wedge salad skewers are the perfect solution!
These wedge salad skewers make a great side, or a cute little appetizer. Furthermore, the bite size pieces means you don't need a knife, and each skewer packs all of the flavors you love into a convenient portable stick!
This recipe is easily scalable for any size crowd. Each skewer uses one strip of bacon, and two cherry tomatoes, and you can get approximately 18 skewers out of one head of iceberg lettuce.
These flavorful little skewers are perfect for Super Bowl or all of your Summer BBQs! Yes, that is right, I am already dreaming of Summer!Print