Store-bought baby fruit yogurt are filled with so much sugar that i personally cannot even put them in my mouth, i’m naturally not a sweet tooth though. I have a few brands that i buy their yogurts when i feel like buying them, especially for when outside the house. Remember that yogurt is very good and beneficial as a first food for babies as they need the fat, and the ones with lives cultures are very good for their stomach
I prefer mixing the plain natural yogurt with fruits for the kids or just plain honey (for one year and above) and they taste so good and filled with better nutrition than those sugar and sweetener-laden ones. It is quite easy once you have your yogurt and fruits at home.
Don’t allow the name to deceive you. You can also give your bigger children this fruit yogurt and as well add honey. For the more adventurous ones, cut the fruits into tiny bits for them to chew on…very tasty and won’t leave you asking what is yogurt because it isn’t full of questionable sugar.
Baby Fruit Yogurt Recipe
- Baby fruit puree of choice
- Plain natural yogurt
- Combine all ingredients in a blender and puree or just whip together in a bowl with a spoon.
- Serve alone or add to pap, porridge or custard.
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