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May 27, 2010



Wonderful .. thanks :)

Susan from Colorado

Julie such a fun way for kids to eat their fruit! Will forward this to my girls. Thanks for posting!

Kathy T

I've been trying to figure out what to use in place of skewers for my 3 GD's. I tried straws but that was a terrible failure. I'm so tickled you shared this trick, off to Michaels to buy lollipop sticks.

April D

mmm, those look soo good. would be great with my eipicure fruit dips, kids would love me for that in their lunches. Where do you buy the sucker sticks though. I didn't know you could buy just the sticks, or do you just save the plastic ones and wash them off? thanks for the great are always so sharing of your wonderful tips and tricks!

Maria Johnson

Great idea Julie. what other kinds of things do you put in the kids lunch? I am trying so hard to make my 7 year olds lunch healthy but a variety of things Healthy are harder and harder to find. any suggestions?


You can also dip the fruit in orange juice instead of lemon juice to keep it from browning. It works just as well on most fruits and tastes better if the kids don't like the lemon taste. Of course, my granddaughter likes to eat lemons straight!


We are just starting to harvest our tree fruit. My favorites are nectarines and plums with peaches coming in at a distance third. My family likes me to make a bowl of cut up fruit when we bar-b-que, won't be long before the fun begins. I like picking the fruit off the trees that the crews have left behind. Yum, yum

Sandy Tipton

GREAT IDEA!!! Much better for EVERYONE to snack on.

MaryAnn Grove

dip the apples and bananas in lemon juice and they won't brown so easily. but what a fun idea for everyone to use. even grown-ups who don't really take to fruit....


YUMMY...for me too!Great for our next barbeque too


Great idea to put the fruit on lollipop sticks so they don't poke themselves! I'll pass that along to my two cousins who send their kids to school with nutritious lunches. (Here in the states I think the majority of kids eat school-prepared, served lunches; some not so nutritious.) The fruit looks so good, I think I'll go eat the leftover strawberry/blueberry/ vanilla yogurt with a touch of fresh-grated nutmeg, that I made yesterday! Mmmmmm.

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