I took inspiration from the Hungry Housewife, but changed a few things to suit our palate!
Here is what I used, but the possibilities are endless. You can get as creative as you wish!
And the amounts of each ingredient depends on how many people you are planning to serve.
- Olives - I used Kalamata Olives and Feta Stuffed Green Olives
- Gypsy Salami
- Artichoke Hearts Pickled
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Cheese - I used chunks of Cheddar and Bocconcini
- Three Cheese Tortellini
- Italian Salad Dressing
First, cook tortellini according to package directions.
Then pour on your Italian Salad Dressing and marinate for a few hours or overnight.
When the tortellini has been marinated for the appropriate time, it's time to skewer!
Thank you! I was racking my brain for more lunch ideas for my kids. 184 packed lunches that cannot be heated can get pretty monotonous! I think I’ll use toothpicks and send them three or so! Thanks again!
Thank you again so much for featuring me!
Barb Brookbank says
Hi Jo! love those antipasto skewers! neat to see you over here!
Barefeet In The Kitchen says
What a pretty photo, Jo-Anna. I love the combination here. Yum!
My husband would love these! I love your idea of using tortellini.
They’re so colorful, filled with things I love! Great idea, perfect post. Thanks Jo-Anna, you’re welcome to share your ideas here any time 🙂
Those look so yummy!
Yum~ Those look great!
Great idea! I think I can handle this one.