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Freshen up dessert tonight with some fresh and fruity flavors.
Colorful, healthy and tasty, add some fruit to tonight's menu! Browse simple fruity recipes that adults and kids alike will enjoy.
Fun kids recipe that transforms fruit into a bouquet of flowers from Snow White.
Decorated apples and oranges become delicious and healthy treats for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving, or Kwanzaa parties.
White chocolate lovers will swoon for this divine confection, which looks like it came out of a gourmet restaurant's kitchen. Oh-so-simple to make, you can have it ready in little over 10 minutes.
Lush strawberries and dark chocolate complement each other perfectly, and this elegant confection is surprisingly easy to make at home. Roll in sprinkles, coconut or chopped nuts for even more deliciousness.
This easy apple dessert is a great way to end your cookout meal.
Our delicious remake of a classic fruit crisp has roughly half the butter and sugar of a traditional version, plus extra fiber to boot!
Sweet and juicy watermelon is standard fare on the Fourth, but why settle for a slice when you can go for a split?
This gooey grilled treat is a fruity version of the classic s'more.
These three frozen drinks make a healthy mid-afternoon snack or after-dinner indulgence. For each one, place the ingredients listed in a blender and combine until smooth.
Your children will go bananas for this tasty treat. It looks just like ice cream but is made from nothing more than the kid-friendliest of fruits.
The riper the pineapple and banana, the sweeter your outcome. This smoothie has it all -- fresh, tropical, and an excellent source of vitamin C.