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Snackspiration: Fresh Fruit

Created January 10, 2017
It’ summer, and the living is easy and the fruit is plentiful! See how we’re putting eight fresh spins on snack time with the season’s very best.
snackspiration: fresh fruit

Granola Fruit Kabobs: We’re calling it; this is the best way to eat an apple a day. But you’re not limited to just apples! Our Granola Fruit Kabobs recipe calls for pineapple and bananas too. Just slice your fruit, coat in yogurt and dip in granola, and you’re ready to snack.

Mini Fruit Pizzas:
Just when you thought fruit pizza couldn’t get any better, we went and made them into single servings with our Mini Fruit Pizzas recipe. The sky’s the limit when it comes to fresh fruit toppings and decorating, so get creative!

Melon with Prosciutto: Sweet melon and salty prosciutto go together like peanut butter and jelly. Which is to say, you’ll probably never want to eat one without the other ever again. 

Grape Sticks: There’s something about eating off of a stick that makes everything more delicious—grapes included. If you have extra time on your hands, pop them in the freezer for a super-chill twist.

Melon Rings: Sure you could just eat slices of melon, but what’s the fun in that? To make these show-stopping rings, we first cut slices of watermelon, muskmelon and cantaloupe in 1.5-inch slices, then we used circle cookie cutters to make the rings. Last step is to stack them and you’re set!

Frozen Yogurt Pops: Three simple ingredients are all you need to make these Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops, and that’s not even the best part! Wait until you get a taste of the flavor from the fresh fruit. Simply pick your favorite and freeze on.

Grilled Peach Salsa: If you thought salsa was just made from tomatoes, think again! We’re adding fresh grilled peaches to ours via this recipe for a summertime spin, and we can’t get enough.

Frozen Yogurt-Dipped Strawberries: Hot weather calls for cool treats, and these Frozen Yogurt-Dipped Strawberries hit the spot. We wouldn’t blame you if you kept a batch in your fridge (or freezer!) all summer long.