Friday, March 16, 2012
St. Patrick's Day Fun!
Here's a fun treat! A fruity rainbow complete with marshmallow clouds and chocolate treasure! It was very quick to put together and I could barely keep my 3 year old from eating it so that I could take a picture. My wonderful husband is sending me out for a girls weekend out of town with some friends...so I decided to make a few surprises that he could give to the kids for St. Patrick's Day tomorrow. But when you have 4 daughters rainbows can be a delicious snack any day of the year so I'm sure I'll be using this again! Have fun!
Fruity Rainbow Snack
1 carton strawberries (chopped)
4 clementine oranges (peeled and sectioned)
1 cup pineapple (I used canned but fresh would be delicious too!)
1 small carton blueberries
Rolos candies (you can buy these in a bag or in the little candy bar rolls)
Arrange fruit in a rainbow. Strawberries on the outer rim of the plate and then follow the order of rainbow colors (oranges, pineapple, green grapes, blueberries, and then red grapes). Make a cloud (using the marshmallows) on one end of the rainbow and a pile of gold (using the Rolos) on the other. Watch your kids faces light up! Enjoy!
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This turned out so cute!ReplyDelete
And a girls' weekend?!! So fun! I want to hear all about it! :-)
So cute! Almost all healthy!ReplyDelete
It looks equally fun with just the fruit so you can make it totally healthy too. My kids already know about the marshmallows so it's too late for me but if you start with just fruit they'll never be the wiser :)Delete
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