Cheese, ham and grape skewers

Cheese, ham and grape skewers are a delicious treat that perfectly combines savory and sweet flavors. This recipe is not suitable for those following a Muslim diet due to the pork it contains. However, it is an excellent option for non-Muslims looking for a tasty lunch box idea.

These kebabs are particularly child-friendly and ensure that the little ones enjoy every bite. For small children, we recommend skipping the skewers and serving the ingredients as a refreshing salad instead. Say goodbye to boring sandwiches and hello to this easy and enjoyable alternative!

Ingredients

  • 6 bocconcini (mini mozzarella balls)
  • 6 grapes (a combination of red and green looks good),
  • 6 cubes of ham

Tip

For small children

If you have very young children, cut off the sharp end of the wooden skewer or make a simple salad and serve with a fork.

Preparation steps

  1. Prepare 3 short wooden skewers.
  2. Place mini mozzarella balls on the skewers.
  3. Thread the grapes onto the skewers.
  4. Place the ham cubes on the skewers.
  5. Place the finished skewers in a sealable container or wrap them in cling film.
  6. Store the kebabs in a lunch box.

Nutritional Information

kcalfatsaturatescarbohydratesSugarfiberproteinSalt
298 19g 12g 2g 2g 0g 30g 2.8g

Equipment and tools

  • wooden skewers
  • Sharp knife
  • cutting board

Allergen information

This recipe contains milk from mozzarella and may contain allergens such as milk and pork from ham. Please check the ham packaging for allergen information.

Storage and leftovers

Store leftover cheese, ham, and grape skewers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. For optimal flavor and freshness, consume within 2-3 days.

Health Benefits of Cheese, Ham and Grape Skewers

When it comes to choosing a healthy snack or appetizer, cheese, ham, and grape skewers can be a delicious and nutritious choice. Packed with essential nutrients, these kebabs offer a flavor combination that will tantalize your taste buds while providing multiple health benefits. Let’s take a look at the nutritional value and benefits of including these ingredients in your diet.

1. Bocconcini (mini mozzarella balls)

Bocconcini, also called mini mozzarella balls, are a fantastic source of calcium and protein. Calcium plays a crucial role in bone health and is essential for maintaining strong teeth. In addition, protein is important for building and repairing tissue, supporting immune function, and supporting the production of enzymes and hormones.

2. Grapes (Red and Green)

If you incorporate red and green grapes into your kebabs, you’ll benefit from their high antioxidant content. Grapes are particularly rich in antioxidants like resveratrol, which is thought to have numerous health benefits including reducing inflammation and protecting against heart disease and certain cancers. These fruits are also low in calories and high in water content, making them a refreshing and hydrating choice.

3. Ham

While ham is often enjoyed for its flavor, it also offers some nutritional value. It is an excellent source of protein, vitamins B6 and B12, and minerals such as zinc and selenium. Protein supports muscle growth and repair, while vitamins B6 and B12 contribute to healthy brain function. Additionally, zinc and selenium are important for maintaining a robust immune system and supporting thyroid health.

Combining these three ingredients into kebabs creates a healthy and filling snack that provides balanced nutrition. The bocconcini provide calcium and protein, the grapes contribute antioxidants and moisture, and the prosciutto adds protein and essential vitamins and minerals.

However, it’s important to note that portion control is key. Although these kebabs can be a healthy addition to your diet, overconsumption can lead to excessive calorie intake. As with all foods, moderation is essential for a balanced diet.

So next time you’re looking for a nutritious and flavorful snack or appetizer, give cheese, ham, and grape skewers a try. Your taste buds and body will thank you!

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