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Frozen Yogurt Covered Raspberries

Almost too good to be a perfect snack! (See the post Skinny on Carbs)
Fresh raspberries
Vanilla flavored Greek yogurt
Wash raspberries and let them dry completely. Place a sheet of wax paper on a cutting board that will fit in your freezer. Taking a toothpick, dip raspberries in yogurt. Place on wax paper, and transport to freezer using cutting board to help with the transfer. Freeze completely. Enjoy!
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Image by Sandrine Hudgens at Creole Art Photography


6 Responses

  1. This looks great but I need to come up with a more kid friendly name for my daycare kids. They judge food first by the name. Maybe I shouldn’t give food names and when they ask I’ll just say, wait and see.

    1. It’s all a mind game with the kids, isn’t it? It’s funny how sometimes you have to trick them into trying healthy food! Let me know what you decide to name them.

    1. Great question Annette! Yes, it would absolutely work with other berries. Great idea!

    1. I like to let them soften a little, but yes – you don’t want to leave them out too long!

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