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Adventures in Baby Food Making: Pear Yogurt

Yummy! I’d eat this!

Sorry for the short hiatus. Little Bean’s been eating like a champ and mom’s behind on picture editing. I have 3 new adventures in the works!

Recently we’ve introduced yogurt and mixed it with some homemade puree. He likes it. Although you really can’t tell from the photos. Can you say “MOOOODY”….


  • A Little Appetizer 1 of 13
    A Little Appetizer
    This is a quick homemade teether. That adventure is coming soon!
  • Started with a Ripe Pear 2 of 13
    Started with a Ripe Pear
    Big Brother LOVES pears, except when they get bruised up. Little Bean doesn't seem to mind yet. :)
  • Leave the Skin On 3 of 13
    Leave the Skin On
    I leave the skin intact and cut off the flesh.
  • Puree 4 of 13
    Puree
    Plop in the blender, small food processor, or bullet. Mine was so ripe it didn't require water but a dash wouldn't hurt to get things started.
  • Prepare the Yogurt 5 of 13
    Prepare the Yogurt
  • Make Sure it’s Full Fat 6 of 13
    Make Sure it's Full Fat
    I used greek for the higher protein content, but my doctor said any full fat is good.
  • Add the Pear Puree 7 of 13
    Add the Pear Puree
  • Swirl 8 of 13
    Swirl
    I like leaving ribbons of the puree. It makes it pretty. :)
  • Taste Test Time 9 of 13
    Taste Test Time
  • Yikes! 10 of 13
    Yikes!
    Actually. It wasn't the yogurt at all. He was just in a MOOD.
  • Empty Bowl 11 of 13
    Empty Bowl
    Content, full baby. I don't quite want to say happy. He really was having an off day.
  • Wash it down. 12 of 13
    Wash it down.
    He's been having sips of water after meals.
  • Back to the Teether 13 of 13
    Back to the Teether
    Just a little messier. ;)

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