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The end of the school year was upon us, and I was about to have my house overrun with kids again for the next few months.
With four children of my own and each of them having friends, it doesn’t take long for the house to fill up. After they have been outside playing hard, they are hungry too, so my cupboards and refrigerator get completely cleaned out all the time. It seems like I have to go to the grocery store just about every single day to keep food in the house.
So, one day, instead of letting them snack all day long, I decided that I was going to make a special treat for them to have. I made these fruity pastries that I found on Facebook, and I couldn’t believe how simple they were.
Of, course I made a double batch, but they were still cooked up in no time. I gave them to the kids outside so they didn’t even have to come in. All my cupboards stayed closed and I didn’t have to go grocery shopping the next day!
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Quick Tip: Use any fresh fruit you like!