Miss S has been exploring foods more and more lately, and she wants to try new things every single day. The issue is, I tend to be a paranoid mom when it comes to introducing new foods. I know that she’s ready for more solid foods, she’s got four teeth and two more coming in any day now. But how can a paranoid mom like me add bits of solid food into her baby’s diet without having a full blown panic attack?
Super Simple Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowls for Babies
Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowls for Babies
This fruit and yogurt breakfast bowl is perfect for babies and nervous moms! While the majority is made up of smooth and pureed foods, there are little bits of soft fruit included that help babies start to learn the concept of chewing and get more comfortable with solid foods.
Plus, because it’s me, and we all know that I don’t cook, these fruit and yogurt breakfast bowls for babies are wicked simple to make! It took thirty seconds to put together and Miss S loved it!
What You Need to Make Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowls for Babies
To make a fruit and yogurt breakfast bowl, you need:
- Lil’ Bits Baby Food from Gerber
- Your Favorite Flavor Yogurt
- Seriously, That’s It.
I told you, this is the simplest recipe you’ve ever seen! We used strawberry banana apple flavored Lil’ Bits and paired it with some very berry flavored yogurt and Miss S loved it!
Some other Lil’ Bits flavors we want to try are the banana apple mango, the sweet potato apple carrot cinnamon, and the island fruit blend. Then once Miss S is ready to try more foods, we’re going to start trying some of their meat Lil Bits flavors like chicken itty bitty noodle dinner, mac and cheese dinner, and autumn vegetable turkey dinner.
How to Make Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Bowls for Babies
The directions for these fruit and yogurt breakfast bowls are even simpler than the ingredients list! All you have to do is:
- Pour the Gerber Lil’ Bits Container Into a Bowl
- Pour the Yogurt Into the Same Bowl
- Mix Them Together
See? If I can do this with Miss S on my hip, you can totally do it to! Gerber Lil’ Bits make this seriously so simple and easy to make. I love that the fruit bits are soft and safe, so they give my teething girl a great chance to practice chewing and develop the skills she needs to take on bigger and scarier foods!
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