All posts filed under: Desserts

Fruit Kabob with Strawberry Dip

Ready for some fresh dessert for these hot days? Your kids can make this simple fruit kabob recipe with any fruit of your choice!  You can use seasonal fruit in North Carolina or get creative with your own variation of this delicious treat!   Makes: 6 kabobsIngredients1 cup yogurt, low-fat vanilla2 pears, cored and cut into 1-inch cubes3 cups strawberries, stems[…] Read More

Berries with Banana Cream

Combine yogurt, banana, and juice and mash with a fork until most chunks are gone. Wash and slice berries. Top the berries with the yogurt banana mixture Top with honey and cinnamon Nutrition InformationServing Size: ½ cup Calories: 70Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gProtein: 2gSodium: 15mgCarbohydrates: 17gAdded Sugar: 1g​Fiber: 2g Source:


Okay, these aren’t really popsicles. They’re watermelon wedges frozen on sticks. But isn’t this a nice, cold way to eat your fruit bought with your SNAP dollars? Leave the rind on, if you want the slices to look classic—or cut it off, if you want to make it easier to put the sticks in. KITCHEN[…] Read More

Patriotic Fruit Salad

It’s still strawberry and blueberry season in North Carolina! There couldn’t be a better time to utilize your SNAP dollars for low cost in-season fruit. These brightly colored red and blue fruits will pair nicely with vanilla yogurt, whip cream, or cool whip. Give your children a healthy cool snack that the whole family can[…] Read More