Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Tropical, Vanilla Yogurt - Sugar Cones



             With Easter fast approaching us and the daunting calories approaching us, too.
          We have to pick and choose our battles. This delicious cone has all the flavor -
          with barely any fat. The taste is incredible and you truly feel like you are eating
          something that you shouldn't be. My kind of dessert. Eating without guilt. Yay.

                                                Tropical Vanilla Yogurt Sugar Cones

             1 large container of fat free vanilla yogurt
             sugar cones
             2 kiwis
             2 bananas
             pineapple
 
                     All you have to do is assemble...you could also do this with mixed berries.
                           

47 comments:

  1. Never thought of having yoghurt in cones before - a very clever healthy trick, Val!

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  2. I don't like fruit, but I would eat five of these in one sitting. Looks so delicious! Forget that bowl- waffle cones are where it's at. You freakin creative genius.

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  3. This is definitely my kind of treat. Also, I made your prosciutto, asparagus and parmesan spaghetti on Friday, and it was soooo delicious! xoxo, morgan

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  4. Omg. Love. And love that's it's healthy!!!

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  5. You never cease to amaze me with your recipes and pictures, this looks amazing!!!! :)

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  6. LOVE these. SO gorgeous yet delicious!

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  7. WOW, thats different! Id sprinkle a bit of chocolate on that! :))


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  8. Tasty and healthy? I'll take it! :)

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  9. This is such an awesome desssert! And just so gorgeous

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  10. Val, you come up with the most creative recipes! These little cones are so cute and you are so inventive to stuff them with yogurt and fresh fruit! I will definitely be trying this soon!

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  11. Yum! Dieting is so hard when you crave ice cream all the time, but this would make it way easier!

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  12. Well I think it's settled I need you to move to charleston and be our personal chef! Delish!

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  13. Sweet! I am bringing fruit for Easter, and this would be so cute!

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  14. I love this idea Val, you are so creative and fun with your food presentations. I am so making that this weekend, the kids will love it, and so will I, thanks! Have a "hoppy" Easter! xo ~Liz

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  15. These are just too adorable... love them!

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  16. i love these and you photographed them so well!!!

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  17. Great photos, and the cones look refreshing too :)

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  18. You need to call me before you make stuff like this and I'll "jet" right over! lol! Looks wonderful!
    xx

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  19. You are so clever! Happy Easter darlin!

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  20. What a beautiful dessert, Val! I love that it's not only delicious; but healthy, as well.

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  21. Come Summer, I can see this being my favorite meal.

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  22. I saw these pinned and thought they looked amazing. I'm also drooling over the buffalo chicken wedges. Yummm.

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  23. Another genius idea Val! Yogurt in ice cream cones! I love it!

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  24. gorgeous, I am in love with tis set of pictures..

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  25. You always have the best ideas, Val! What a fun way to eat this treat...like ice cream, only healthy:)

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  26. Those are so beautiful and low calorie??? Score! I'd love to have you check out my post today about a fabulous statement necklace from Geranium. Following you now!
    www.winetastegirl.com

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  27. gorgeous! and light, I love this

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  28. This takes fruit to a whole new level....thank you for sharing your great recipes!

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  29. To make this even healthier- you could freeze bananas and mash them up to use in place of the ice cream! Super easy and healthy!

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  30. this is so pretty and a awesome healthy option!

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  31. What a good idea, Val! These look delicious :)

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  32. I love to read about your healthy and quick recipes, these cones look pretty fresh

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  33. What a great idea, I've got this book marked for the next warm day we have. I love it!! I think you are great for providing these ideas for us. Thanks so much,

    Shauna

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  34. Seriously, when you going to come out with a cookbook or something? You are just full of terrific, unique dish ideas. Heading to the store now...may have to pick up some of these ingredients!

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  35. What a wonderful idea. This looks amazing I will definitely need to make this for my next brunch! xo

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  36. so is tomorrow good to come over and let you cook for me? Say 5ish?

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  37. These look so yummy!
    And much better for me than the alternative ice cream!
    Thanks!

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  38. This is the perfect alternative to a sugary dessert for the summertime! And how adorable are the pictures of them?!? Absolutely darling!

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  39. Val! I LOVE all the colors in these photos! So gorgeous! And I would die for one of these tropical yogurt cones!! YUMMY!

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  40. Looks so good! Was this frozen yogurt or just regular yogurt?
    -barbie @ Style of a Mrs.

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