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My daughter, Elle, is turning 5 next month, and she is all about the princesses. Elsa, Belle, Ariel, and Cinderella are hugely popular in my house, and there is ooh-so-much-pink. We are spending quite a bit of time on Pinterest looking at recipes to make for her Princess birthday party, and I am trying to figure out how to balance a fun Princess party snacks with a variety of healthy options!
Fruit is a great way to get kids to eat healthy foods, because it is naturally sweet. I have also found that having a fruit dip encourages even the pickiest of eaters to indulge in a variety of fruits.
We got the idea to make a sweet and pink princess party fruit dip from Yoplait Greek Yogurt and a fresh strawberry reduction. The strawberries give it a natural “pinkalicious” color, while adding a fresh flavor to the yogurt. Although, if you wanted to skip the strawberries and just serve Yoplait’s Greek Yogurt as a fruit dip on its own, that totally works as well! You could even add a touch of honey to naturally sweeten it a little.
Pair this perfect Princess Party Fruit Dip with fresh grapes, strawberries, pineapples, cantaloupe, orange slices, or bananas. It is a quick and easy way to elevate a fruit tray, while still sticking to natural flavors that kids will love!
- 1 cup Yoplait Greek (or original) Yogurt
- 6 - 10 strawberries
- 2 tbsp sugar
- Remove stems from strawberries and dice into ½" cubes. Add to a small saucepan, along with the sugar, and simmer over low heat for 20 minutes. Use a potato masher or a fork and macerate the strawberries as they're cooking.
- Allow strawberry mixture to cool. Once cooled, mix in with the Yoplait Greek yogurt and serve with fresh fruit.
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