Halos Make the Perfect Snack Treat + Recipes + Crafts

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 Halos:

Wonderful Halos mandarins are:
·         A sweet, seedless and easy to peel snack that’s a healthy alternative to fatty foods

·         About 50 calories delivering 45 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C

In season November through April, Halos are easy to pack in lunches, great to share at kid’s activities and sporting events, and make a healthy snack choice any time of the day.
Halos can be used in many recipes just like the ones below.
spiced mandarin-halo recipe
halos smoothie pops
halos mandarin quinoa chicken bowls
They also have some cute Easter Crafts. You can click on the images below to get to the craft ideas.
halos bunny pouch image
Wonderful Halos Mini Basket
Wonderful Halos Easter Buddy
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Disclosure:  I was not compensated for this post. However, I did receive a product from the company below and the opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC guidelines.

 

Becky Willis

Wife, mother, grandma, blogger, all wrapped into one person. Lover of coffee, crime shows as well as humor. Loyalty, honesty and positivity is what attracts her to a person as that is what she tries to project to others. Hard working and driven to a fault helps her help others and in turn helps herself in her daily work and life.

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