How to Become America’s Next Fruit Ninja (My Plate)
- See fruit, eat fruit. Keep a bowl of fruit on the counter, table, or fridge as a reminder.
- A fruit ninja is a frugal ninja. Buy fruit that’s in season. It’ll be tasty and affordable.
- A fruit ninja must always be prepared. Buy fresh, frozen, dried, and canned fruit.
- Work those muscles. Get that fiber. Don’t just drink an orange, karate chop and eat an orange.
- Be a good fruit ninja role model and set a good example for baby fruit ninjas by eating fruit every day.
- Start your day strong. Top your cereal, oatmeal, or yogurt off with strawberries and blueberries.
- Pack a punch into your lunch. Bring an apple or banana for dessert.
- Up your dinner with a killer uppercut. Toss in some dried cranberries into your salad.
- Snack attack. Eat grapes instead of popcorn or dried mango instead of cookies.
- And remember, safety first. Thoroughly rinse fruit to remove dirt and microorganisms.
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By ALYSSA LLAMAS
awesome tips (:
Thanks for great information in an awesome format!!!
This is cute! It is creative and made me laugh. Great tips too. I find I definitely eat more fruit if it is already cut up.
Thank you! What I love about fruit is that they can turn something plain into something insane. It’s like plain peanut butter sandwich meet boring banana. Together, it becomes a party time peanut butter banana sandwich bonanza!
I love adding fruit and vegetable to my foods:) Thank you for sharing:) 🙂 🙂
Love it! These are great suggestions, I’m a firm believer of buying what’s in season that way it’s the freshest and tastes the best! Thanks for reading my post – I look forward to more of yours 🙂
I’m enjoying following your blog.
Healthy hair and good nutrition go together, so our blogs fit well side by side! 🙂
Thanks for all the great tips and suggestions!!
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