A festive and healthy dessert that your keiki can help to assemble.
What You Need:
- 2-4 Graham crackers
- 1/4 cup Greek yogurt
What To Do:
- Place graham crackers in a plastic resealable bag, and have your child crush the crackers into crumb size pieces. She can use a rolling pin or a can of soup to crush the crackers.
- Together, spoon the cracker crumbs into a small bowl or cup. Then, top with a layer of Greek yogurt, and raspberries.
- Freeze for 1 hour, so the yogurt can still be scooped, and is firm, but not “rock hard” frozen.
Adapted from: superhealthykids.com
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