Watermelon Tart is an easy recipe for kids to help with and it tastes great! With our hot valley weather, this is a refreshing treat. Use your WIC fruit and yogurt purchases to make this dish!
Bold text = Kids can help
1 cup almonds, sliced and toasted
1 (3-inch) thick round slice seedless watermelon,rind removed
2 cups lowfat vanilla yogurt
1 cup blueberries
1 cup strawberries, sliced
Pat watermelon dry with a paper towel.
Spread a thick layer of yogurt across the topand along the side of watermelon.
Press almonds along the edge of frostedwatermelon.
Decorate top of watermelon withblueberries and strawberries.
Did you know? … This can be a messy dessert to make and eat, butit allows the kids to be involved with every step!
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION ( per serving ) CALORIES 269; FAT 9.6g; PROTEIN 10g; CARB 42g; FIBER 4g;CALCIUM 205mg; IRON 2mg; VITAMIN A (RE) 172mcg; VITAMINC 42mg; FOLATE 30mcg
This recipe is can be found in the 4th cookbook, “Let’s Cook with Kids, Vamos a Cocinar con los Niños” created by Northeast Valley Health Corporation WIC Program. The digital version can be found online at: https://archive.cdph.ca.gov/programs/wicworks/Pages/WICNECookingwithChildren.aspx