Daily Archives: September 18, 2013

Fresh Fruit Desserts Trick Healthy Food Haters into a Treat

3 Easy, Halloween Fresh Fruit Desserts

Now that many Americans suffer from Celiac disease and gluten allergies— cake, cookies and other flour laden baked goods are rapidly becoming less enticing than fresh fruit desserts.

For the average sweet lover, it’s unfathomable that fresh fruit desserts are taking the lead in sweet treats. Traditional sweet things lag behind ice cream, fresh fruit dessert and other nutrient rich favorites.

Other traditional favorites. In fact, the fresh fruit desserts are the rage at even Halloween celebrations. Three fresh fruit desserts trick and treat kids and adults (adverse to nutritional snacks) to consume and savor.

Halloween Fresh Fruit Parfait
>>>What’s needed?
1 Pineapple
3 Peaches
1 cantaloupe
4-5 pints of organic French vanilla yogurt
4-5 ramekins

fresh fruit desserts

How to make fresh fruit desserts for Halloween.

Slice or cut pineapples, peaches, and cantaloupe into one inch slices.

Skewer pineapples, peaches, pitted cherries, cantaloupe and other fresh fruits.

Place over a low to medium heat on a lightly sprayed grill. Turn skewered fruit every three to five minutes.

After grilling, layer the fruit with low fat yogurt in a ramekin or 4 -5 ounce fruit cup.

Tricked-out Fresh Fruit Treats
>>>What’s needed?