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We recently had the opportunity to try DOLE Fruit in Jars. This was my first time to try this product. I have seen the product in the grocery store but never purchased it before. I immediately regretted that it was my first time to try it upon opening the jar. We LOVE to eat fruit at our house. We eat it alone, we mix it with Greek yogurt and even cottage cheese.
The major benefit with DOLE Fruit in Jars is the time savings. There’s no cutting, peeling or mess. Just open the jar and you are ready to taste the goodness of the all-natural, ready-to-eat fruit. Now that is convenient! If you are like me you need something quick in the morning. I really like the resealable lid. Simply scoop out the necessary amount of fruit and reseal the jar. Yep, it is that easy. You don’t have to worry about waste and you can easily save your fruit for later. Plus you don’t have to dirty a dish or look for a container with lid because the DOLE Fruit in Jars is ready for you!
Each jar contains five full servings of fruit and are packed in nutritious 100% Fruit Juice. I loved how fresh the fruit tasted and that it didn’t have that added sugar taste. The DOLE Fruit in Jars are available in the canned fruit section at select grocery retailers at only $2.99 per jar.
DOLE Fruit in Jars are available in 5 varieties:
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Mandarin Oranges
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Pineapple Chunks
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Tropical Fruit
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Sliced Peaches
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Mixed Fruit
We are really trying to eat healthy this summer. We are starting our day off with a healthy breakfast and we are eating lower fat healthier and more nutritious choices for our snacks.
DOLE Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
- DOLE Fruit in Jars Tropical Fruit (drained)
- 1 Scoop of your favorite Vanilla Greek Yogurt
- 1 spoonful of toasted coconut
- optional - 1 tsp honey
Layer tropical fruit over Vanilla Greek Yogurt
Top with toasted coconut
Optional: Add 1 tsp honey over yogurt before you add fruit
To Toast Coconut place in oven on cookie sheet for 2 minutes on 300 degree oven.
5 Days of Food and Fitness Tips:
Monday: Get moving Monday – Start the week off right with a walk. Get the whole family involved and it will be a way to spend time together! Start off with a 20 minute walk and build up.
Tuesday: Get Toned Tuesday – Do some resistance training today. Work on doing crunches and have the kids count for you. Get them involved so it is a family affair.
Wednesday: Horray for Hump Day – You are half way there! Try a family bike ride tonight. It is a great workout and family time.
Thursday: Make it Thursday FunDay – Create an obstacle course, play Lawn Twister, Frisbee Golf or Flag Football. Just be sure you do it together and that you are moving and having fun!
Friday: TGIF – Just because it is Friday doesn’t mean you have to fall of the wagon. Treat yourself with a delicious Fruit and Yogurt parfait for dessert tonight. Add a few mini chocolate chips and it will feel like a true dessert without sacrificing your weeks success!
Everyday: Break the FAST – Start your day with a DOLE Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own. I am being compensated by DOLE® Fruit in Jars for my participation in this campaign through the Mom It Forward blogger program.