yoghurts

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  1. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    Whats the deal with giving my lo a yoghurt like petit filous are these ok? xx
     
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    Titch85 Well-Known Member

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    I gave them from 5 months ish
     
  3. clairebear22

    clairebear22 Well-Known Member

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    Some Parents don't like the sugar thats in them but Jack had them from 6 months and loves them! x
     
  4. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    Yeah thats wat made me ask had different opinions x
     
  5. l_maclean

    l_maclean Well-Known Member

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    Those ones can be quite high in sugar, G has them occasionally, but we don't eat yogurts much. Don't think I'd give them everyday. X


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  6. Mrs N

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    I think they can be high in sugar, I give h the Ella's kitchen ones or Heinz ones if we are going out!
    Xxx
     
  7. wifeywifey

    wifeywifey Well-Known Member

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    My lo won't drink milk so I was told to give lo plenty of yogurts from 5 months
     
  8. wifeywifey

    wifeywifey Well-Known Member

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    I used real yogurts with fruit in
     
  9. Loula

    Loula Well-Known Member

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    Yeah using real fruit puree in evenings unsettle her belly. are the heinz and ellas kitchen one found in an aisle in the supetmarkets x
     
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    Lolly85x Well-Known Member

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    I was going to start giving my LO yoghurts at 6 months x
     
  11. Mrs N

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    Ella's kitchen ones are in the fresh aisle with the grown up yogurts, the Heinz ones are with the baby food!
    Xxx
     
  12. Belfast girl

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    I made my own fruit yoghurts when my lo was wee (its really easy) for a combination of reasons - the really high sugar content and I hate advertising that targets children, and I will do the same for this wee one.

    However now I have got over myself a bit and she eats anything - whatever is on offer really, but that wasn't until she was over 1 and I was back at work.

    Honestly making your own is easy and you know its real fruit puree that goes in them rather than sugary jam!
     
  13. hellywelly

    hellywelly Well-Known Member

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    Can I ask how you make your own Belfast girl? I'd be interested in doing this.
     
  14. Mrsstuart01

    Mrsstuart01 Well-Known Member

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    I give lo plain natural yogurt and he loves it xx
     
  15. Mrsyogibear

    Mrsyogibear Well-Known Member

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    we use the plum baby yoghurts :)
     
  16. Nurse 26

    Nurse 26 Well-Known Member

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    we go by everything in moderation, so petit filous are ok once in a while, real yogurt with fruit puree mixed in is good too. x
     
  17. Belfast girl

    Belfast girl Well-Known Member

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    Easy peasy! You need a bit of natural yoghurt to start with, a small yeo valley Pot. Then you can either use uht milk or par boiled ordinary milk whisk the 2 together, then leave in a cool oven over night to set in pots. Or buy a yoghurt maker which does it all for you! It can be a bit tart, which I actually like myself, or i made apple, pear puree or whatever fruit I had or used an Ella's kitchen pouch to sweeten it!
     

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