How to Make Yogurt-Covered Fruit Snacks

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When making yogurt-covered fruit snacks, you're always going to want to keep a few key things in mind. Find out how to expertly make yogurt-covered fruit snacks with help from a body and life stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, it's Rosie Battista from, and of course I'm not really naked, but what I'm going to show you is how to make fruit snacks, yogurt covered fruit snacks that are really naked because I'm using food in it's most natural form. So here I have some fresh berries, some raspberries, some blueberries, some strawberries, some plain Greek yogurt, some raw cacao, which is chocolate in it's most natural form, not sweetened yet and some Stevia extract. So I find that the easiest way to do this is to put the fruit onto a skewer. Strawberries, it's just easier for us to get the yogurt on top, let me do it like this and then we take some blueberries, these are fun it's like stringing a necklace. Blueberries have amazing antioxidants as do all berries they're really, really good for you. So if you wanted to just eat a plain bowl of berries you can do that too. So now what we're going to do is take our plain yogurt, dump it into the bowl so we can mix it up. This yogurt is not sweetened, we're just going to add a little bit of the raw cacao to give it a chocolate flavor and we're going to sweeten it with a little bit of Stevia extract, which is my favorite sweetener and we're just going to mix this up. Okay so I like to use this long thin bowl it's just easier for me to get the yogurt on all of the fruit and I'm going to take my skewer put it in, you want to make sure your fruit is really dry and then the yogurt will stick on it a little bit better. We're going to lay it right on a piece of tin foil and now we'll take our strawberries and then you just want have, have, cover up all your fruit. And then I'm going to lay this right on to our tin foil and we're going to take our tray and stick it in the freezer for about 4 hours or over night. So this is a great way to serve your yogurt covered fruit snacks for a party or for guests or just for yourself. I'm Rosie Battista, Chow for now and chow on this.


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