Banana Whip Fruit Dip Recipe – After School Snacking
Before ya know it school will start up again for the small fry’s. (that noise you hear, is me, clapping) I’m ready. Ethan’s ready. You can say it too. Woopie!! It’s been a long hot Summer. Time for the shorties to fill up their ‘smart meters’ as Ethan calls it. I don’t want to say he’s a picker eater, but sometimes, it’s tough to work in enough of the wholesome stuff, right? Well, today I have a super easy after school snack that the kiddos will love. This Banana Whip Fruit Dip Recipe has just 3 ingredients. Takes a total of 10 minutes to make. And (AND!!) Will have them munching on all kids of fruit in no time. Let’s face it… When it comes to dips, vegetables usually get all the fun. Isn’t it time we give fruit some of the glory too? Dipping things always makes them taste better, right? Fun, finger food = Winning. And because I’m a giver, I’m throwing in a freebie recipe for these homemade cinnamon chips, which go perfect with this fruit dip recipe as well. You’re welcome! 1st – let’s start with the Banana Whip Fruit Dip Recipe….
Banana Whip Fruit Dip Recipe
- 1 PKG Banana Flavored Jello Pudding (instant, make according to directions)
- 1/2 Tub Of Cool Whip (small container)
In a mixing bowl, combine chilled pudding and 1/2 container of Cool Whip. Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes. Slice up some apples, or any in season fruit and your hungry kiddo is good to go. Ethan loves these homemade cinnamon chips too. Giving kids options is important. So, I let him help when we made these. You simply roll out canned pizza dough. Sprinkle with some cinnamon and sugar. Cut into cute triangles sized for small people hands. Bake until golden brown. Easy, peasy, right? Then, this happens….
You can choose any flavor Jello pudding for this fruit dip recipe, Banana just happens to be that guys favorite. As you can see, it got an A+. Know what-else gets high marks? Saving dough so you can buy those school supplies they are always loosing. So, because I love ya so much, I found this $1 off coupon for Jello and Cool Whip. Head over to Walmart and grab some! You too can now get to making easy kids snacks, happy faces and filling tiny tummies with healthier options. Who doesn’t love a good fruit dip recipe? Truth? I filled a small bowl with some and popped some blueberries from the farmers market on top and had my own easy snack! Try it! Granola is great for grown ups too!
Aside from my super yummy, easy, peasy fruit dip recipe, what’s your favorite after school snack to make for the kiddos?
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