Thursday, June 14, 2012

Recipe Review: Healthy Fruit and Yogurt Cones

Today's recipe review is just another wonderful recipe that I found on Pinterest!! If you are not on Pinterest I would highly recommend that you get an account. Brittany, the girl who originally posted this recipe, said that each cone is about 110 calories. I decided to throw this recipe into my Weight Watchers Recipe Builder and I discovered that these are only 3 pointsplus per cone!

All throughout my pregnancy I have been craving ice cream and snow cones. I think that this will be the perfect recipe to snack on throughout the summer months. I have had these for dessert several nights this week and each time my taste buds have been completely satisfied!!

I hope you enjoy them too!

These are all the ingredients that you are going to need.

Wash and slice strawberries and wash the blueberries

Next, I poured the yogurt into a bowl so it would be easier to work with.

I put my cone in a cup, so that I would have somewhere to store it after I was finished layering the fruit and yogurt.

In the waffle cone, add a spoon full of vanilla yogurt, then fruit, another spoonful of yogurt, and top it off with fruit. I would not recommend doing more then two layers, because it will get very messy.

You can eat this right away!!

OR You can put the cones in the freezer for about an hour until they just begin to freeze. Either way they are delicious!!

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Healthy Fruit and Yogurt Cones
Source: Deliciously Healthy

Ingredients
2 oz Yoplait Light Very vanilla yogurt
 2 Tbsp fresh blueberries
2 Tbsp strawberries, diced
1 cone Keebler Cones Ice Cream Waffle Cone

Instructions
Wash, and slice strawberries

Wash blueberries

In waffle cone, add a spoon full of vanilla yogurt, then fruit, another spoonful of yogurt, and top it off with fruit. I wouldn't recommend doing more then 2 layers. It gets kinda messy if you do.

Put cones in the freezer, just until they're chilled (right before they start to freeze) about an hour. Or you could just eat them, and skip the freezer.

Servings: 1; Serving Size: 1 cone; 3 pointsplus per serving 

5 comments:

juwel50 said...

That really looks goods....and healthy! Thanks! I haven't seen it on Pinterest...yet!

Melissa said...

This looks like a easy, heathly way to make yogurt cones!

Ive printed it out - to make soon!
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

hemocyl reviews said...

I decided to throw this recipe into my Weight Watchers Recipe Builder and I discovered that these are only 3 pointsplus per cone!

Anonymous said...

Make this same thing only put it in the nija then freeze.

MK said...

How do you stop the yog freezing with loads of ice crystals?

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