Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

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Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

Drinkable Yogurt for Baby.  Have you ever tried them?  I have purchased them once for Sweet Baby and since she has FPIES we have to be extremely careful about the ingredients as she has an allergic reaction to certain things.  One thing we’ve noticed is we have to steer clear of natural flavors.  Natural Flavors could literally be anything.   It was a major let down – especially since we couldn’t wait to buy yogurt for baby.

Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

Since the Stonyfield brand is one we trust I thought the drinkable yogurt would be okay since she’s been fine with their regular whole milk yogurt.  BOY, was I wrong.  She was screaming in pain and those “natural flavors” are now on our do not even try list.. She LOVED drinking yogurt.  In fact she doesn’t even eat yogurt unless it’s in a smoothie.

Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

Smoothies are great, but sometimes I just want her to have more protein than just fruit and the drinkable yogurt would have been a great way to do that.  Another thing that concerns me is the high level of sugar.

Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

I prefer to be able to control ingredients and always trying to find a way to make it on my own.  Who knew making drinkable yogurt was not only cheap, more nutritious, and delicious to make at home!  No more using over ripe bananas for bread, instead make a healthy organic drinkable yogurt for your little one. :-)   What we love about this recipe is you can use literally ANY fruit and even sneak in some veggies if you’d like.  Getting toddlers to eat healthy doesn’t have to be a chore – instead make it fun!

Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly

Homemade Drinkable Yogurt Recipe | FPIES + Kid Friendly
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 Banana (or handful of favorite fruit)
  • ½ Cup Milk
  • 1 Cup Yogurt
  • *always use WHOLE milk for baby/toddler
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

 

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Courtney Lopez

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Family, Food, and Photography are Courtney's passions and you'll see all of that on this blog.She married Chris in summer of 2008 and they had Sweet Baby summer of 2012.Sweet Baby has a rare food allergy called FPIES, which Courtney discusses frequently.She also loves to do car reviews, so check those out too!
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  1. says

    Easy, fresh and I can easily substitute a lower fat milk for my older kids. Thanks so much for sharing and I’m glad you found a perfect solution for Sweet Baby!

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