Breakfast Banana Split: I eat this all the time. So good! 1 sm banana, peeled and halved lengthwise 1 Tbsp natural peanut butter 1 sm container 0% vanilla Greek yogurt 2 Tbsp high-fiber, low-sugar cereal Fruit (optional) such as strawberries, blueberries, or pineapple 1. PLACE banana halves in a shallow bowl, cut sides facing inward. 2. SPREAD peanut butter evenly over open banana. 3. SPOON yogurt in the middle. 4. TOP with cereal and, if desired, fruit.
Afternoon Snack: Dip Strawberries in Yogurt & Freeze, and You Get This Amazing Snack
Frozen Yogurt Covered Strawberries. Just dip strawberries in yogurt and freeze. Great healthy snack. Kids will love them. :) Parents do too. lol. #strawberries #yogurt #frozen yogurt #healthysnack #VHT #ValentinesDay #party #kids
Rainbow Fruit Skewers Fruit is always a great snack for kids. It delivers vitamins, contains natural sugars, and kids always like the flavors. These rainbow skewers give fruit a playful twist and make it easy for your child to eat the very nutritious rainbow you've packed.
Mini Strawberry Cheesecake NOTE: This dessert is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a very good source of Vitamin C. •½ c fat-free cream cheese •2 T Coconut Palm Sugar •½ c low-fat Greek yogurt •2 tsp freshly squeezed lemon juice •¼ c strawberry preserves-no sugar added •1c diced strawberries •1/3 c whole almonds •4 dates-no sugar added •8 3-4oz Mini Dessert Dishes