Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Treats to keep you cool this summer!


Yogurt-covered Frozen Strawberries



1 cup low-fat or fat free vanilla yogurt (or greek if you prefer)
½ cup whole strawberries
Ice cube tray

Wash and DRY your strawberries.  Remove stems.  Fill each cup in the ice cube tray halfway with the yogurt.  Place a strawberry in each and cover with yogurt until the cup is filled.  Place in the freezer and once hardened, enjoy!

Try with blueberries!  Simply dip rinsed and dried blueberries into the yogurt, place on a foil-lined cookie sheet, freeze until hardened, then keep in a zip-top bag for easy storage.



Not only are these treats easy for a dessert or snack, but they are low in calories, and high in fiber and calcium!  Who doesn’t love a two ingredient recipe?

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