What mother hasn't stocked Yobaby Yogurt as a refrigerator staple? While the dairy treat has been the snack of choice for many children, Stonyfield Farms is now giving moms a hand by prepping full, organic YoBaby Meals ($1.30) to feed growling lil bellies. The three-in-one entrees combine yogurt with fruit and veggie purees in one package. The six ounce cups available in pear and green bean, peach and squash and apple and sweet potato varieties will provide more than 35 percent of a toddler's daily protein and calcium needs. We are loving this modern and healthful take on the old TV dinner and entree in a cup concepts.
As pinkberry trail blazes through LA and NYC, the yogurt trend is catching on like wildfire. If you haven't given YoBaby yogurt to your lil one, not only is your babe missing out, but so are you.
In the upcoming issue of People, actor Steve Zahn, father of two, lamented about his own consumption of the delicious snack.
YoBaby yogurt is very good for your baby. Just don't finish it when they eat half of it because you'll get fat in one week. I think I gained 20 lbs in a month just finishing off their food!
The yummy and nutritious treat is available in blueberry, apple, pear, peach, banana, vanilla, strawberry/cereal and mixed berry/cereal flavors.