Christmas Santa Strawberry Hats2012-12-06
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Christmas Santa Strawberry Hats
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Christmas is fast approaching, you can feel the excitement in the air. I have some amazing memories when it comes to the lead up to Christmas and some of those memories involve all the fun Christmas themed food we used to eat. There are hundreds of delicious sweet delights doing the rounds, but not everything for kids needs to involve sugar. These little santa hats are our healthy version, and we think they look, and taste, just as good.
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Nutrition Note: It’s not often you find tasty christmas treats for the kids that are rich in health promoting antioxidants, vitamin C and many other nutrients.
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- 1 punnet strawberries
- 1/4 cup yoghurt
- 1/4 cup desiccated coconut (check for additive free)
Prepare your decorating area by placing yoghurt and coconut in separate bowls. Prepare your strawberries by washing and cutting off the stalk. -
Dip each strawberry base in yoghurt then coconut, repeat with the top. Shake off the excess coconut and place on a tray lined with baking paper. -
Enjoy your santa hats with the kids. -
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