A Fruit Dessert that Kids Will Love
PEAR-PEACH-PINEAPPLE PUDDIN’: A KID-FRIENDLY RECIPE
Late summer-early fall is a perfect time to find tree-ripened fruit at your local farmers market–should you be so lucky–or at your grocery store. This delicious, nutrient-rich dessert recipe, adapted from The Mayo Clinic Kids’ Cookbook (one of my favorite resources for family cooking), uses fresh pears, peaches, bananas, blueberries and grapes and canned pineapple. It’s simple enough that your child can put it together almost on his own.
Plus, it’s a great way to help your family get the recommended five servings of fruits and veggies a day, too!Read more
Pair a Pear with Facts & Fun!
10+ FUN FACTS ABOUT PEARS (WITH 2 PEAR-FECT VIDEOS)
I didn’t expect to find so many interesting facts about pears–not to mention crazy videos. (Google “pear nursery rhymes” for even more.) This delicious, nutritious fruit has one of the longest recorded histories of any food, and may even have been eaten in prehistoric times.
Here’s a list of the facts I most enjoyed learning. I’ll bet your kids will have fun with them too–if for no other reason than showing off to their favorite grown up!Read more