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Raise your hand if your kids LOVE those little yogurt melt things? Mine too. But they aren’t cheap and I’m not crazy about all the sugar in them… enter: DIY yogurt melts. Full disclosure: they aren’t portable/packable like the freeze dried yogurt melts but they’re perfect for an at-home, highchair snack, and packed with tons of nutritious goodies (think: strawberry, banana & spinach). Did I mention they’re easy? Because if it’s not easy, I’m not doing it – #realtalk.
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I used our Baby Bullet to whip up these DIY yogurt melts – perfect for baby led weaning and teething babes! Baby Bullet is a complete baby food making system – so you can use the steamer and then puree OR you can just steam and feed, but for this recipe I just used the blending feature to puree the ingredients, then froze them into little yogurt melts.
Grab fresh strawberries, a ripe banana, a handful of fresh spinach, and plain, unsweetened yogurt to make these DIY yogurt melts. Simply drop it all in the The Original Baby Bullet and puree everything until it’s a smoothie consistency. Then spread it onto a cookie sheet covered with wax paper and pop it in the freezer. When it’s completely frozen, remove it and break into smaller pieces using your hand covered with wax paper. Feed to baby while he/she is sitting in a highchair because these do melt. So great for teething babies!
take a peek at how easy it is to blend everything together:[huge_it_video_player id=”4″]