Eat celery for a snack. Oh yeah. When it’s fresh, it’s crunchy, juicy and has a little cup-like area to hold yummy stuff.
Tip: If you don’t like the stringy stuff on the bottom, just use a potato peeler and give it a quick peel.
OK, 3 quick serving ideas;
Bump- on-a-log the traditional way – fill with peanut butter, top with raisins.
Sweetened-up-bumps – strawberry cream cheese with craisins on top. (Use low fat)
Power food bumps – Vanilla flavored Greek yogurt with blueberries.
Perfect for the kids after school snack.
Perfect for when you are starving, but you have to make dinner.
Perfect for your afternoon snackfest.
Perfect to take to a potluck as an appetizer.
Warning – this may even take away your chocolate craving. I said May.
Finally, store celery ready to eat: Tupperware has these amazing fruit and vegetable containers. Chop the ends off the celery and wash each stalk and let them drain. Then chop each stalk into two or three pieces and store in the containers with the lid sealed. They’ll last much longer than wilting in the bag you purchased them in.