Easy Peasy And Healthy Fruit Cones

Easy Peasy And Healthy Fruit Cones

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Easy Peasy And Healthy Fruit Cones

 It is not always easy to find great healthy after-school snacks for our kids, so we have to get creative.  Sometimes that creativity is easy and sometimes it is hard to achieve.  I am happy to tell you that this time it is SO, SO EASY!  I am all about easy peasy and healthy for the kiddos!  My kids squeal a bit every time I make these fruit cones.  Sometimes, they even give me a hug and kiss *gasp* for being creative.  This is definitely one of those times.  They even request these fruit cones when they have company coming over.  That’s when you know they really love it!

Easy Peasy And Healthy Fruit Cones

Easy peasy: 

It is so easy to make these.  You can really use any fruit you want.  I try and choose the most colorful and sweetest fruit.  Kiwi and pineapple are both great additions to this fun snack.  Just cut them up into bite size pieces and toss them in an ice cream cone and VOILA!  You have a beautifully nutritious after school snack for your little ones 😀  You can also use waffle cones or sugar cones.  You can even get fancy and tie a ribbon around the cone!

Easy Peasy And Healthy Fruit Cones

As usual, our local Save A Lot, in Opelousas, was very clean and welcoming.  I know you have to know that this is a rare occurrence these days for most stores.  I have my favorite stores where I love to shop and cleanliness and customer service are at the top of my list of reasons why I choose these stores.  It was super easy for me to find the supplies I need at my store!  I went right over, picked them up, and tossed them in my basket.  Easy peasy, and now it was time to get the rest of my grocery shopping done.

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  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    That’s a neat idea. I bet my kids would get a big kick out of eating their fruit out of a cone.

  2. Tina

    These look like so much fun! I’m going to share this with everyone I know!! Thanks!

  3. Michelle Liew

    Looks delicious!

  4. Italia Caruso

    Very delicious! Good and healthy

  5. Christina Dale

    This would have been a great idea for my toddlers birthday party. I will have to keep it in mind for next time, or our play dates! Thanks for the idea!

  6. [email protected]

    Such a brilliant idea. I love that!

  7. 204 Park

    These look so tasty and such a fun idea!

  8. Meredith

    What a smart idea!!! I love this.

  9. Claudette P. Esterine

    Okay, this I would never have thought of!!! Looks so good!

  10. Shann Eva

    So cute! It’s hard to get my boys to eat healthy, but this might do the trick.

  11. Urvi

    great idea… Loved it….

  12. Elizabeth O.

    This is a fun way to make kids eat more fruits! Very creative!

  13. Liz Mays

    What a super fun and kid-pleasing way to serve fresh fruit. This adult would love it too though!

  14. victoria

    I love this idea, and i think the kids would enjoying this kind of preparation

  15. Shannon Peterson

    I love this! You’re making a healthy treat look sinfully decadent 🙂

  16. Debbie Denny

    What a neat twist. Really tasty choice.

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