Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Fruit Kabobs and Dip for St. Patty's Day

Here's a few recipes I have tried this week. check them out and get the recipe!

 Cucumber tomato salad-Fabulous tasting not a big tomato fan
but loved it with this combination -anatomy of a craft

 Cranberry almond spinach salad- Love the taste combination of the
 poppy seeds and cranberries!-the blooming daisy


Here's my healthy holiday treat for the week. I love fruit sugar and eating healthy! This satisfies all of it! I wanted to come up with a healthy treat that even my kids would be excited to eat for St Patty's Day. The fruit dip with the sprinkles made it even more enticing for them to want to eat and Cool whip just makes any light treat better!

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This fruit dip is just cool whip and sprinkles!





Ingredients 

1 green apple
3 kiwis
2 bananas
green grapes
wooden skewers
8 oz cool whip
green sugar sprinkles

makes 5 servings

What did you make this week??







linked to-permanentposies,craftomaniac, jillifyit

24 comments:

  1. Ah! Thanks so much for featuring my cucumber tomato salad! (And for the sweet comment on my blog) This St. Patty's Day snack looks so delicious and healthy - can't wait to try! :)

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  2. Cassidy thanks for the feature and for the fabulous comment on my blog. I was soo happy to hear that my recipe was featured:)The fruit kabobs sounds tasty and for some reason reminds me of Spring!

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  3. already pinned this snack. It looks so yummy and festive

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  4. These look yummy and easy...going to have to try them!

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  5. wow this looks awesome .... I am on a back to healthy eating resume ... feeling positive and this is just what I need .. thanks so much for dropping by my blog .. you are a star x

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  6. You know, I linked up earlier and saw this beautiful fruit. I am babysitting my 1 year old granddaughter this week and though I greatly admired your photos (and wanted a bite), I skipped on through without commenting. I just realized that you entered it into my blog party too. Thanks a bunch. So, now I am telling you that I notice what you post every week and often love it but don't comment. You know how it is...ha.

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  7. The fruit kabobs are cute even if it's not St. Patty's Day. Will have to remember to try the salad too:D Enjoy your weekend!

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  8. Cassidy- those kabobs look so yummy!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comments. I am a follower now:)

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  9. That St. Patrick's day dip is so cute! My daughter's b-day party is on St. Patrick's day, I'm going to try making this. Thank you!

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com

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  10. This looks so yummy! Will have to try it :)

    http://creativelystylish.wordpress.com/

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  11. oh my goodness, this is stinkin adorable!! xoxo www.rubygirlblog.com

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  12. thank you for stopping by my blog love! and lovely photos, the fruit looks amazing! xo

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  13. wow...looks so zesty and refreshing! Thanks for sharing this yummy treat, so healthy too!

    mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

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  14. Thank you so much for inviting me! Thank you for hosting the party :)

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  15. This looks delicious! Thanks for visiting my blog. Following yours now!

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  16. mmmm. this looks yummy! and looks like something my kiddos might like, especially when you add the cool whip! =) i have GOT to start feeding them healthier snacks instead of crackers or granola bars all the time!
    thanks for stopping by my blog.. =) looks like you have some great tips on eating and fitness..and crafty fun too! i will be sticking around =) yaaay!

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  17. oh I love all these great GREEN ideas!
    I saw that you commented on White Lights about her St.Patricks Day link up party...Just wanted to hop on over and say hi--and I think you would totally dig my st.patricks day scarf project I posted about! Come on over and follow along if you'd like!!! Happy Monday to you!

    xoxo
    Aarean

    colorissue.blogspot.com
    (a blog all about COLOR!)

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  18. This looks sooo delish. I must try it. Thanks for sharing :)

    Mandy

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  19. So glad I found you, we're always looking for healthy ideas for our children. We just finished a Balanced Eating Series with our Little Hands that Cook with Books series. http://www.theeducatorsspinonit.blogspot.com/search/label/Little%20Hands%20That%20Cook

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  20. i am completely LOVING your food display with everything healthy. All these cupcakes everywhere... They sure are PRETTY, but 9 out of 10 times they are too sweet to my liking and really not my fav.
    You made a good match creating pretty HEALTHY food. Thankyou.!!!

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  21. These will be part of our St. Paddy's day dinner. I'm always on the lookout for healthy and fun food ideas!
    I have included these on my St. Patrick's Day Roundup!
    Christina
    http://www.inspirationforcelebration.com/2012/03/st-patricks-day-roundup-free-printables.html

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  22. Perfect! I'm a huge fan of these kabobs! Great use of the green fruits. Thanks for linking up to Drab to Fab! This week's party is up again, so please come back and party some more with me! You can link up old or new :)
    Here's a link to the party:
    http://www.amynjesse.com/2012/03/drab-to-fab-link-up-8-features.html

    Have a great weekend!

    Amy @ Sugar and Spice

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