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Food Fun: Mixers (2)

When I think of “mixers” I think of like, cranberry juice, to mix with vodka. But nope, this is Vivien food mixers.

Raspberries, Spinach and Yogurt Baby Food:

The first time I made this mash-up (Glee reference? Anyone?) I steamed both the raspberries and the spinach. However, I made it again on Tuesday, and just used both of those ingredients raw, without steaming, and it worked just as well and looked the same.

See? There’s the squishy looking raspberries and spinach. Like I said, skip this step to save yourself an extra 10 minutes and not having to wash a dirty pan/steamer basket.

I wish I had the knowledge on how to make my own yogurt. Because while yobaby is tasty (and Vivien loves it) these suckers are like $4 for a 4 pack. I used two (8 oz) vanilla organic yogurt.

Revision: In an effort to get Vivien to eat more protein daily, I’ve actually switched out the yobaby yogurt for organic Greek yogurt instead (full fat, not reduced fat.) It still has active probiotic cultures, but also has protein! Win- win! 

I’ll share the latest recipe:

  • 2 packs of organic raspberries
  • a bunch of spinach
  • 12 ounces of organic Greek yogurt

Mix in food processor/bullet/mixer. Whatevs! 

It made 30 ounces of baby food. (Or you can buy it and spend $18. I love ripping off recipes.)

Vivien loves this mix, and the best part is that it’s super easy!


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