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    Default Honey Kiwi Raspberry Fruit Dip

    Delicious Honey Kiwi Raspberry Fruit dip- a great way to enjoy fresh fruit in the morning before school or work.

    If you don't feel like waiting around for the video, here's the recipe.
    1/2 cup Honey
    1 kiwi
    1/2 c. frozen raspberries
    1 c. greek vanilla yogurt

    Combine the honey, fresh (peeled) kiwi fruit and frozen raspberries in a blender and blitz until smooth. Then scrape/pour the mixture into 1 cup Greek Vanilla yogurt, mix well. Serve with fresh fruit chunks for dipping.


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    Default Re: Honey Kiwi Raspberry Fruit Dip

    This dip sounds so tasty and quick to make. I'm gonna try this, but I think I'm gonna use the frozen blackberries I have in the freezer.
    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Default Re: Honey Kiwi Raspberry Fruit Dip

    Cool video will surely try this new stuff.Thanks for sharing this amazing video.Cant wait more to give it a try.

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    Default Re: Honey Kiwi Raspberry Fruit Dip

    We put about 1/3-1/2 c. of this dip into gladware or rubbermaid container and freeze it, then in the morning send them off to school with the kids with a bag of fresh fruit. By the time lunchtime rolls around, the dip is just the right temperature for dipping.
    ~Enjoy!~

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