Fruit Fondue

Worried about the constant parade of starchy carbs that kids tend to eat at breakfast? You’re probably fighting a losing battle if your child is very young, but now and then, skip the toast and offer a plateful of fresh fruit with a honeyed yogurt sauce for dipping. Offer a chopstick as a skewer and call it “fondue.”

Sharon Bowers

Fruit Fondue

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    1 cup low-fat Greek yogurt 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
    3 tablespoons honey Fresh fruits such as strawberries, bananas, pineapple, blueberries, etc.
    1 tablespoon orange juice


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      Blend the yogurt, honey, orange juice and vanilla. Spoon into ramekins and place in the middle of a plate.

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      Fill the plate around the ramekin with bite-size pieces of fruit and offer a chopstick or a small fork for impaling each piece of fruit and dipping it into the yogurt.

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