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Frozen Fruit and Yogurt Rollups
Feb 2nd, 2014 by
Here a blueberry and mango combination was used.

Here a blueberry and mango combination was used.

It’s Super Bowl Sunday and I’m making chili, chicken wings and pub kettle chips but to make myself feel better about those indulgences I searched online for something healthier.

You have to let the rollups sit in the freezer for 2 hours before you can eat them.

You have to let the rollups sit in the freezer for 2 hours before you can eat them.

I found this recipe for frozen fruit rollups: a perfect dish to make with kids. And lucky me I had kids on hand to help out as my great niece and two great nephews spent the night with us. With a little guidance, they were able to make their own rollups and had fun choosing which frozen fruit to use.

I bought bags of frozen blueberries, strawberries, mangos, and a bag that had a combination of bananas and strawberries. And I used vanilla-flavored greek yogurt.

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This one had strawberries and bananas.

This one had strawberries and bananas.

Yogurt Sundaes
Jul 27th, 2011 by
Nothing is as quick and easy and sweet.

Nothing is as quick and easy and sweet.

Here’s a nice, light dessert for a summer’s night whether you’re on a diet or not. I sometimes prefer this to ice cream.

Ingredients:

  • Greek Yogurt, non-fat. 8 oz.
  • Strawberries, sliced. 3 or 4, preferably locally grown.
  • Blueberries, a handful, preferably locally grown.
  • Walnuts, about 1/8 of a cup, crumbled into small pieces.
  • Honey. About 1/2 tsp.

What I did:

Mix strawberries and blueberries with yogurt.

Sprinkle walnuts on top.

Drizzle honey over it.

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