These Strawberry and Yogurt bites were a perfect recipe that I made for a lot of valentine treats this past February! Not only do adults and teens love them, but the kids do too! This is also a simple recipe that the kids can be involved in too. This recipe was provided from Produce For Kids (http://produceforkids.com/) They have amazing recipes for kids to make on here!!
1/2 cup chopped strawberries
1 cup plain Greek yogurt (if you want them sweeter, use vanilla)
2 tbsp. honey
Mix together and spread into a heart shaped ice cube tray
Low fat Greek yogurt: It is a great source of protein, which helps fill you up and keep weight off. It also contains healthy bacteria that keeps your digestive system in good shape!
Bananas & Apples: They are a good source of fiber! Also, a study has shown that women who eat 3 apples a day lose more weight.
Canned Tuna: An individual can of tuna is only 90 calories. It is a good snack with crackers or with mustard or hummus.
Granola Bar: When you’re on the go and don’t have time to make a snack, some granola bars can be healthy options, but make sure you check the nutrition information before buying your nutrition bar because a lot of them are loaded with sugar.
Low Fat Milk: It is a great source of calcium. Studies have shown that calcium can help speed up your metabolism. If you don’t want just plain milk, add some fruits to make a shake!
Cottage Cheese: half-cup serving of low-fat cottage cheese makes for a good snack, especially when sprinkled with some slivered almonds. The cottage cheese is protein and carbs while the almonds add fiber to this snack.
Hummus: the right combination of protein and fiber, your two best accomplices when you want to control your appetite and weight.
Nuts: They are rich in fiber and can help boost your metabolism.