Make Fruit Flavored Snack Parfaits for a Healthy, Kid-Approved Treat

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With back-to-school season in full swing, it’s time to start thinking about school snacks and lunches as well as great, easy after school snacks. Around my house, we stock up on healthy staples like plain Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade granola, and whole grain bread. To add a little fun to these go-to eats, we also have sweets like fruit jam, honey, and Mott’s® Fruit Flavored Snacks at the ready. A spoonful of jam or honey, or a few fruit snacks, can turn a less-than-thrilling lunch or after-school snack into something fun and exciting!

Mott’s® Flavored Fruit Snacks are made with fruit juice and contain no artificial dyes. They also have 100 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C, meaning they are a great substitute for other less wholesome sweet snacks. Best of all, kids love them!

These Mott’s® Fruit Flavored Snack apple parfaits are super fun, and turn the hum drum into a fantastic, colorful treat. Even better, these pretty snack parfaits can be made in minutes flat!

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    Mott's Fruit Snack Apple Parfaits!

    Here's an easy way to make a simple after-school apple and yogurt snack special with Mott's® Fruit Flavored Snacks! Mott's® Fruit Flavored Snacks are packed with Vitamin C, naturally sweet apples bring the fiber, and Greek yogurt bring lots of lean protein for a nutritious, satisfying treat!

    These easy parfaits are also a great way to get kids old and young helping out in the kitchen. Who knows, sometime soon they might be making a snack for you!

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    Select a firm, fresh, flavorful apple. There are lots of seasonal varieties out there; Crispin and Gala apples are widely available right now. Once you've selected an apple, rinse, core, and slice thin. 

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    Set out the Mott's® Fruit Flavored Snacks. I like to sort mine by color and flavor; this is also a great task for your little snack time helpers!

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    Spoon 1 cup of Greek yogurt into a bowl and add 1 tablespoon honey. Maple syrup, applesauce, and jam are also great ways to add a little sweetness to plain yogurt.

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    Stir honey into the yogurt —— just a quick swirl will do.

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    Spoon 2 tablespoons yogurt into the bottom of each glass. Next place a layer of apples on top of the yogurt layer, arranging them so they fit nicely in the glass.

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    Cover the apple layer with the remaining honey yogurt mixture.

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    Top parfaits with Mott's® Fruit Flavored Snacks and serve! These easy parfaits can be made with almost any combination of fruit, granola, jam, or fruit snacks. Play with the combinations and select your favorite! 

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Here’s what you’ll need to make these easy apple parfaits!

Mott’s® Fruit Flavored Snack Apple Parfaits
serves two

1 apple, cored and cut into thin slices
1 cup plain low-fat Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon honey
2 packets Mott’s® Fruit Flavored Snacks

Slice the apple and set out 2 small glasses or bowls.

Mix the honey into the yogurt. Spoon 2 tablespoons yogurt into the bottom of each glass. Arrange a layer of apples. Top off with the remaining yogurt. Finish the parfaits with a few Mott’s® Fruit Flavored Snacks and serve!

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