7 Festive Ways to Serve Fruits and Veggies This Holiday

Photo by: Spoonful
Snowmen on a Stick
Ingredients
Bananas
Grapes
Carrot
Apple
Bamboo skewers
Mini chocolate chips
Pretzel sticks
Directions:
1. For each snowman, use three thick slices of ... more 
Photo by: Spoonful
Snowmen on a Stick
Ingredients
Bananas
Grapes
Carrot
Apple
Bamboo skewers
Mini chocolate chips
Pretzel sticks
Directions:
1. For each snowman, use three thick slices of banana, a grape, a sliver of carrot, and a triangular piece of apple. (Tip: Poke a hole in the apple piece with a bamboo skewer first to make assembly easier.)
2. Have your kids slide the fruit onto the skewer, then use the carrot slivers for noses, mini chocolate chips for eyes and buttons, and pretzel sticks for arms. less 
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Thu, Dec 20, 2012 5:38 PM EST
With sugary treats available in plentiful abundance everywhere you look, eating healthy (and getting your kids to eat healthy) can be tough. Which is why it's a great idea to have some healthy and fun holiday themed options, geared especially towards them. Little ones love faces, animals and caricatures made from food, so this is probably the best time to hop on that theme train with Santa, his reindeer, the elves, Frosty and a whole other slew of possibilites. I'm willing to bet you'll enjoy these healthy treats too. The holidays have this magical way of bringing out the child in all of us, I know it can't be just me. Bring on the strawberry Santas and whatnot! - By Selena Burgess



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