October 29, 2012 | Home >Healthy Kids >Nature’s Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe
Nature’s Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe
October 29, 2012 | Home >Healthy Kids >Nature’s Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe

Nature’s Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe

Health-i-fying the holidays is my favorite part of blogging!  So, what more delicious way to health-i-fy something than by imitating holiday favorites, like Candy Corn!  So, today, we started assembling our fruit candy corn with popsicle sticks, Dole pineapple rings, mandarin oranges, and bananas:

Nature's Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe. Just in time for Halloween-the candy corn your family won’t stop talking about

We ended up replacing the sticks with toothpicks, and the bananas with apples, but you could still use the bananas for sure!

To get the triangle shape, I lined up the fruit and just shaved the edge off like this:

Nature's Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe. Just in time for Halloween-the candy corn your family won’t stop talking about Nature's Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe. Just in time for Halloween-the candy corn your family won’t stop talking about

But the best part was the dip! It was simply:

MMMMMMMM!! Right?

Nature's Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe. Just in time for Halloween-the candy corn your family won’t stop talking about

Nature's Candy Corn and Fruit Dip Recipe. Just in time for Halloween-the candy corn your family won’t stop talking about

Happy Halloween!

written by
Amy Roskelley

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Sue Monson says:

These look delicious. Do you think they would work with fresh fruit?

Kim says:

Ready to take the plunge with the grandkids.

Amy says:

It should Sue!

Kelly says:

Are these pineapple chunks or the rings cut up? I know it says chunks, but they look thinner and wider like rings. Thanks!

Amy says:

Yes, rings Kelly!! I’ll fix that.

cynthia says:

I love this! I will definitely make these for my family’s Halloween party….Thanks

i like it, thank’s for info. I’ll to learn about this, I want to make in my home

slope says:

Are these pineapple chunks or the rings cut up? I know it says chunks, but they look thinner and wider like rings. Thanks!

bullet force says:

This looks so fresh. Thanks for sharing!

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