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MATTIEMOM1 SparkPoints: (4,103)
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5/12/11 2:19 P

this will make a great snack for my twin grandchildren, instead of eating jello pudding prepackage

HEALTHYJ29 SparkPoints: (3,246)
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4/22/11 9:38 A

Take icecream cones and fill part way with lf yogurt. Place some berries or banana slices,top with more yogurt and top off with more fruit. You can sprinkle with some granola too.

PJ1964 Posts: 89
4/19/11 8:44 P

Thanks smartypants and snoopy. We are looking forward to making (and eating) those fruit kabobs. emoticon
Thanks, Paula

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,686
4/19/11 1:34 P

Kabobs are a great idea !

Yogurt Fruit Dip

1 8oz. container yogurt
1 8oz container cool whip

Mix well, serve with fruit.

This can be made sooo many different ways. Fat free or low fat your choice.

Any flavor yogurt will work great.

Vanilla yogurt and cool whip is yummy and basic enough that most kids will like it !

PJ1964 Posts: 89
4/18/11 11:15 P

You know what, she mentioned kabobs. It'll be a fun little assignment for her to do with her sibs and they can get them ready to take in for their parties. emoticon

SMARTYPANTS24 Posts: 268
4/18/11 10:44 P

fruit/veggie kebabs with dip (yogurt for fruit, half dressing half fat free sour cream for veggies) :)

PJ1964 Posts: 89
4/18/11 10:11 P

I'm looking for a yummy, easy to make party snack to send to school with my daughter(4th grade). The teacher requested something nutritious-made with fruits or veges. Any ideas?

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