1. Gluten-Free Fruit Pizza: No-bake and gluten- and dairy-free, what more can you want
from a chocolate-crusted fruit pizza? Kids with food sensitivities rejoice! Get
the how-to at Super Healthy Kids.
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Bananas: Coat bananas in chocolate and cover with sprinkles. Then freeze!
Your kids won't know what hit them. Get the how to at Sugar Hero.
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Fruity Mojitos: Squeeze some lime juice and add mint to a blender full of
strawberries and watermelon. No extra sugar needed. Get the how-to at Handmade
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4. Lemonade Fruity
Popsicles: Using one of those nifty Zoku machines, your kids can make
fruity popsicles in minutes. It's awesome — and healthy! Get the how-to at U
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5. Avocado Pudding
Pops: This may have you stop for a second and wonder is this really good.
Here's the short answer: "YES!" Get the how-to at All Day I Dream About Food.
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6. Fruit Leather Love:
Who doesn't love fruit leather? It's like heaven in your mouth. Get the how-to
at Baked by Rachel.
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7. Banana Split
Bites: Get your favorite ice cream dish in frozen fruit form. You just need a piece of banana, pineapple and strawberry and dunk them in chocolate with nuts and freeze. Get the
how-to at Momables.
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8. Spring Into
Summer: These sweet spring rolls wrapped in rice paper are filled with
apples, nectarines and strawberries. Get the how-to at The Kitchn.
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9. Rainbow Fruit
Cups: Everyone loves rainbows — so why not allow your kids to eat one. Here
are some georgous rainbows in a cup for you to enjoy! Get the how-to at My
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10. Sweet Salsa: Mix
up your dipping delights with sweet fruit instead of spiciness. Pair the salsa
with homemade cinnamon chips. Get the how-to at Spend with Pennies.