You have probably watched the commercials where the kids want Halos. I know this is very true as my granddaughter has been eating Halos recently more than I remember. Now even my grandson enjoys them. They are a very popular item in my whole family. I didn’t realize it until I mentioned to my niece and daughter-in-law how much they are enjoyed. The thing I like most is they aren’t in the sugary syrup you get when you buy them canned.
What would be better than including Halos in your children’s Easter Baskets? How about some recipes using Halos for your Easter Dinner? You can even use them in a craft with your child for the Easter table.
· About 50 calories delivering 45 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C