Thursday, June 12, 2008

Everything but the kitchen sink frappuccino

Olivia loves frappuccino's from Starbucks, it is one of the few things she will eat, yes she is still a picky eater, although it has gotten better. So the other morning instead of giving her the same old thing, drinkable yogurt spiked with baby food fruit, sometimes that's the only way I can get fruit in her. I made my own and Miss Liv could not get enough of it. I think I might make it once a week so she doesn't get board with it.

Sipping while watching Sesame Street
Not too much of a mess making it.
The trick it to put it in a Starbucks cup!!!!

My ingredients
1 bottle of drinkable yogurt, any flavor, I used strawberry.
1 cup of ice
1 container of baby food, I use apples and blueberries.
1 container of yogurt with added fiber, this is only used if someone is blocked up.
2 tablespoons of applesauce
2 tablespoons of baby oatmeal cereal, makes it nice and thick, and adds substance.
dash of milk if it looks to thick.

Blend all together until ice is crushed!!!
Makes 2 servings, one for the morning, and freeze another cup for afternoon snack.
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Alleen said...

Great idea!!! I'm lucky in that Gabriella ADORES and I mean ADORES fruit. She had 1/2 of a large container of blueberries today alone!

She would be in heaven if I made this for her. Fruit and yogurt together - what more could a girl ask for. She wakes up asking for yogie and nannies.

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Carrie said...

You are brilliant. Could I make one of those with protein?

Savannah will eat any fruit you give her and A LOT of it.

I guess she isn't that picky. She eats a lot of what she likes and it starting to try new things.