Breakfast Time Baby Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits

Monday, September 12, 2016

Sponsored Post:  The post is sponsored by Gerber but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Now that Remy is getting older, it is fun to mix up the flavors and meals that I give to her each day.  Lately it seems that breakfast time is her jam.  Girlfriend loves all things eggs, toast, cereal, waffles - you name, she loves it!  Recently she has decided that she wants to be a biggy girl and feed herself with utensils.  While it isn't always the cleanest method, I pick my battles and honestly have no problems letting her try to feed herself occasionally at meals.  With that being said, I have been brainstorming a few different meals that will make this new skill easier for her to practice.


Since Remy has been six months old, she has always been a fan of yogurt.  I love finding different flavors for her to try.  The great thing is that yogurt is so versatile and can be served with any meal or snack of the day!  So why not combine her favorite yogurt with her favorite fruit?  The soft texture and pureed fruit make it perfect for her to practice spooning it up and feeding herself, too!

Baby Fruit and Yogurt Parfait with Gerber Lil' Bits

You Need:
-One (1) package of Gerber Lil' Bits in your favorite flavor 
(We love Banana Apple Mango!)
-Greek Yogurt
   
How To Make Them:
1.  Scoop three to four table spoons of greek yogurt into a bowl.

2.  Then, layer half of a container of Gerber Lil' Bits fruit next to the yogurt.

3.  Finally, serve to baby with a spoon and enjoy!


These Baby Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits have been a HUGE hit!  Plus, I love using the Gerber Lil' Bits because they are perfect textures and combinations for her palate.  Gerber has always been the brand I know I can trust with my three kiddos when it comes to food because they choose their ingredients based on the highest quality of standards.  Lil' Bits also contains no added starch, artificial colors or flavors which makes it the perfect option for my Remy.



While letting Remy attempt to feed herself may be messy, it's nothing a sink bath can't solve.  There's just something about drinking a cup of coffee while your kids enjoy their breakfast that will do any mom's soul good.



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xoxo,

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