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  1. Thoughts above says:

    Very nice informative tips.
    My baby is a picky eater but he just 8 months old.

    At least I have gained some knowledge for the future.
    Thank you!

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks!! Don’t worry about your really little one being picky ! In my experience, at that age their tastes seem to change daily!! You might like my post on making baby food too if you haven’t read it ! One of the benefits I’d bring able to pivot more easily and with less waste when LOs tastes change !

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks for commenting Chrissy! Siggy’s does taste great! But you’re right.. I don’t think they make yogurt in tubes. Let me know how your kids like it if you try this out!

  2. My 9 year old daughter makes her own. She sticks a popsicle stick in a yogurt cup, and puts it in the freezer….nice and easy!

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      That’s a great idea and amazing that she does that herself! My 6 year old would be happy with that but the two year old still thinks the yogurt tubes are ice cream pop 😉

  3. I totally do this. I discovered the beauty of freezing the yogurt tubes when my daughter was teething. Then her Frozen obsession began and they make Ftozrn themed ones! This is her after dinner snack in the summer! I never looked at the difference in sugar between the brands. I need to keep an eye on that!

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      That’s great ! Glad to hear other moms are taking advantage of this too ! For teething…that’s a great idea!

  4. This is a great idea! We have made our own frozen yogurt pops but this is perfect for those rough days!

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      I’m all about doing things as simply as possible ! I love that all I need to do is open these !

  5. This is a great idea! We have done something similar for our kiddos, but this is really simple.

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks Sharee! I’m so glad you like it !

  6. This is genius! Defintely trying for my 20 month old daughter!

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks ! I hope she loves it !

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks! There’s nothing wrong with tricking them to eat food that’s good for them !

  7. This is a great idea even for those who are not picky! Thanks for sharing with Thankful Thursdays, I hope to see you again next week.

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Thanks !!

  8. What a great idea! I love chobani and it’s definitely healthier than those pup pops.

    1. theanalyticalmommy says:

      Exactly ! 🙂

  9. Oh wow, this is SO SMART!!! We avoid dairy here, but I wonder if I could whip something like this up with our favorite coconut yogurt, because I am loving the idea!! Thanks so much for sharing <3

  10. That’s a good idea! I am always looking for varied toddler-friendly lunch ideas for my son. He is an extremely picky eater but is more likely to try new foods in daycare around other kids, as opposed to home. I’ll try this out, let’s see if he will eat these!!