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I’ve reached an age where I don’t have babies anymore but all the young adults that are close to my family are now starting families. This means I get to get my baby fix without having to have a baby. It is the perfect training for becoming a grandma someday. Part of that job is going to entail cooking with baby food, and I was asked to come up with something yummy using some baby food from Gerber!
The Gerber cereals come in 4 different flavors; Oatmeal Single-grain, MultiGrain, Oatmeal & Banana, and Lil’ Bits which is a cereal with little pieces of fruit in it. I wish we’d had these flavors when I first became a mom, we pretty much had rice and oatmeal.
I decided that since it is ridiculously warm these days that I would make peaches and cream frozen yogurt pops, using Gerber’s yogurt blends, peaches and multi-grain cereal and greek yogurt. With no baking involved, it could not be any easier. Also, if your child has issues with texture, these pops don’t have fruit chunks in them. And, well, you don’t have to be a child to enjoy them, anybody can enjoy a cool treat.
And they probably wouldn’t even know they are eating something made with baby food. That says a lot about the flavor of the baby food if you ask me! They also won’t realize that they are eating cereal using an iron fortified ingredient that also has Vitablocks® blend of six B Vitamins, Vitamins E and C, iron, zinc, and calcium. I love sneaking in things that are healthy for me. Baby food isn’t just for babies any more!
- 3 serving cups of Gerber Yogurt Blends, peach flavor
- 1 serving cup Gerber peaches
- 1 TBS. Gerber Multi-Grain cereal
- 4 TBS Vanilla Greek Yogurt
- Mix the yogurt, yogurt blend and cereal in a bowl
- Spoon into your molds leaving ¼ at the top
- Fill the rest of the gap with the peaches, then take a knife and swirl the peaches through the yogurt mix
- Freeze for 4-6 hours (less time if you have a machine like Zoku)
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