Bits of Sweetness

For instant summer cuteness, add Plentí greek yogurt!

I don't know about you, but we always have yogurt on hand here! It makes for a super easy snack (or, if you're our kids, you just eat it all day, because yum!) I've been looking for the perfect balance of filling and yum for Adrian. I guess you could say he's a little selective about what touches his tongue! Usually if it's something I want him to eat, I can just forget about it! I wanted to see what would happen if I just left it out though! So, I did. And this is what he did.

He dove right in! Ha! My plan worked (for once!) I discovered that I kindof love Yoplait Plentí! Between the added goodness like fulfilling whole grain oats, chia seeds, flax, and pumpkin seeds mixed in with tasty Greek yogurt with 12 grams of protein, it's a win here!

I think Adrian thinks so too :)

Messy, but who cares! Sometimes you just gotta put up with the mess to get some food in, right?!

Check out Yoplait Plenti the next time you're adding yogurt to your list! It's greek yogurt reinvented, and a tasty choice I'll be getting again for this picky eater!

Star-Spangled BBQ Pizza on the Grill! #FireUptheGrill with Kraft

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Can I get a collective shout for joy at summertime being here?! Baby it's hot outside though! Who wants to heat the house up even more?! Here in the Pacific Northwest, we live for the evenings because it's nature's air conditioning (of which no houses have built in because of our short summers!) I means we have a lot more time outside, including meals together. 

With the 4th of July right around the corner, I came up with a really fun idea to make on the grill. Check it out!

fire up the grill with kraft

What you need:

Pizza Crusts
Kraft BBQ sauce
Kraft mild cheddar cheese, cut into star shapes

First, fire up the grill. You won't want it flaming hot unless blackened crust is your jam! Assemble your ingredients. Spread a few tablespoons of bbq sauce on the crust. We like it on thick! Slice the cheese into 1/4-1/2 inch pieces. The kids loved helping put the pieces onto their pizza just right. You could easily add-in your favorite toppings, but we were in a cheesy mood this time!

Cook for 3-4 minutes and voila! All done. Cut into slices and serve!

We weren't done yet though! Something about our kids and lots and lots of yummy food just go together. I can be putting dinner together and they are wanting to know "but what else are we having?!" Do your kids do this?! I hear it often! So, I got a little help from my little soux chef to cook up some Oscar Meyer hot dogs. I didn't have to ask twice!
fire up the grill with kraft

fire up the grill with kraft

fire up the grill with kraft

fire up the grill with kraft

fire up the grill with kraft

The boys were thrilled to have their favorite foods (even salad! Andrew loves his veggies! The Market Side salad was all ready to go and paired great with the bbq pizza!) Sometimes simple is just as fun!

And for dessert? Fruit kabobs! Can't get much easier than that! The boys were going back for thirds, begging to put more grapes and melons on. Of course! :) I'm going to have to keep it in mind for the next time we want to make breakfast, lunch & dinner a little extra special.
fire up the grill with kraft
If you're grilling up this summer, stop by your local Walmart and check out how they can help you fire up the grill with Kraft. What are your summer bbq must-haves? Are you grilling anything I should add to our list?? Do tell! (There are some yummy recipes in this free digital cookbook here!)