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Most of my family’s summer fun happens outdoors. We play, we relax and we eat outside as much as possible when the weather cooperates. My kids like to run and play as much as they can then come home absolutely famished and looking for a snack. I’m sure I’m like most Moms and want to help my kids make smart snack choices, but it’s difficult when they just want to grab something quick and get back to playing. Getting my girls involved in making food ensures they will at least try it, if not devour the entire creation. My oldest helped create these beautiful summer fruit bouquets in New Snack Pack Naturals pudding cups. She loved every step of this easy recipe and gobbled up fruit along the way. It was just as much fun as playing outside, plus we got to eat our pretty creations on the deck while enjoying the sun.
These summer fruit bouquets didn’t take long to create, but it was the highlight of my daughter’s day. It was something we could do together, and for once I didn’t mind her sneaking bites of the leftover ingredient as we went along.
Here is what I used to create these summer fruit bouquets:
- Snack Pack Naturals
- Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Honeydew melons
- Flower shaped cookie/fruit cutters
- Wood skewers
- Orange card stock
The starting point for this creation was the NEW Snack Pack Naturals pudding. They have no preservatives or high fructose corn syrup. With nothing artificial added I feel good about giving these to my family. I picked up chocolate and vanilla varieties at Walmart, along with fresh melon and wood skewers to create these bouquets.
I started by slicing my melon about an inch thick, then using my cookie/fruit cutters to cut out little flowers. These cutters are actually made for fruit and vegetables so they are a little deeper and very easy to push through melon.
Next I threaded a flower on top of a wood skewer and added blueberries to the middle of a couple flowers.
Once the skewers were complete I poked 5-7 holes in the top of each Snack Pack Naturals pudding cup and added the fruit skewers.
Once the bouquets were assembled I wrapped each cup in dark orange card stock to look like a terracotta flower pot.
My daughter and I laid out a pretty display of our summer fruit bouquets complete with a fancy cake stand and sign. When my youngest woke up from nap she was in awe of our snack. We sat outside, dipped our fruit skewers in the pudding and enjoyed every last bite.
There are so many creative ways to enjoy NEW Snack Pack Naturals. Not only can you make your own creations as a family, you can feel good about serving these as a snack.
Get more inspiration here and tell me, how would you get creative with Snack Pack Naturals?
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