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Breakfast for Baby

banana yogurt for babiesThis recipe is yummy for everyone in the house, not just baby.  Plus, it's perfect for any meal.

Citrus Fruit Yogurt

  • 1/3 cup plain yogurts
  • 1 TBL. Orange juice
  • 1/8 tsp. nutmeg
  • 1/8 tsp. ginger
  • Assorted fruit like blueberries and bananas

blueberry yogurt for babies

blueberry banana yogurt


Babies, ages 9-12 months can eat about 6-8 TBL of fruit per day.  The best soft fruits for those babies who haven't quite got their teeth in yet are:

  • Bananas
  • Ripe pears
  • peaches
  • honeydew
  • cantaloupe
  • applesauce
  • avocados

Although the amount is minimal, introducing your babies to a variety of fruits and vegetables during this stage will help them to develop their taste buds for different  textures and flavors.

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06/22/2011 2:09pm
I gave both my kids frozen blueberries starting around 8 months. They didn't seem particularly fazed by teething but I like to think it helped.
06/22/2011 3:22pm
What a great snack to keep kids eating healthy. If I may make one suggestion, how about substituting the plain yogurt for Greek yogurt? Could help to keep kids even more full until lunch or dinner time!
06/23/2011 2:18am
I am sure my boy would want to stay on the table or keep coming back for it..
06/23/2011 7:14am
yum, that sounds good! And YES, that would be good for the whole family to enjoy!
01/20/2012 8:29am
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