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Today is Martin Luther King Day.

Tributes are taking place across this country and all over the world.

Here’s an easy-to-make dessert from Chapter Two (I’m Special: Helping Your Child Value His Own Strengths and Qualities) of my book that will have your children dreaming sweet dreams.

 

DREAMY FRUIT SALAD

Children love to help in the kitchen.  They acquire skills as they measure and mix ingredients and “read” the recipe.  One of the basic components of developing true self-esteem is mastering tasks and skills.  So why not invite your child to assist you when you make this delicious and nutritious dessert.

You will need: 1 large package vanilla instant pudding, 1½ cups milk, 1 diced apple, 1 peeled navel orange (sectioned), 2 bananas (sliced), ½ cup sliced strawberries, ½ cup blueberries and a large bowl.

1.      Mix instant pudding and milk in a large bowl.  Chill for 10 minutes.

2.      Add diced apple, orange sections, bananas, strawberries and blueberries and mix together gently.

3.      Makes 4 – 6 servings.  Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

4.      Creative tip: use your imagination and substitute different fruits.

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