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By JustMommies staff

Fruit is a healhy pregnancy treat that is naturally sweet. It is a yummy diabetic friendly snack. Try this easy fruit dip for with your favorite fruits.

Easy Fruit Dip Recipe:

(Makes about 25 servings; approximately 65 calories & 7 carbs per serving)

1 (7 ounce) jar marshmallow crème
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
2 tablespoons orange juice

Just add fruit: Berries and melons are lower in carbohydrates than other fruits.

1 cup of strawberries – 46 calories & 11 carbs
1 cup of cantaloupe – 54 calories & 14 carbs
1 cup of peaches – 66 calories & 17 carbs
1 cup of pineapple – 83 calories & 21 carbs
½ cup of mango – 54 calories & 14 carbs
½ cup of grapes – 52 calories & 14 carbs
½ cup of bananas – 68 calories & 17 carbs

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