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Is your child a picky eater?

Recently I became a BzzAgent.  Basically, this means I’m occasionally asked to participate in campaigns to help market new products.  But first, I get to try these products.  Sometimes the products are free.  Sometimes they are just samples.  Sometimes they are just steeply discounted.  At any rate, it’s pretty neat.  I’m still new to the process, but I’m a fast learner 🙂

Anyway, the most recent (actually, the first) campaign I’ve participated in is for Horizon Little Blends Yogurt.

(Go there now, read all about it, then come back here and read all about how it’s something my child will actually eat!  Or just read this first, then click the link.  Or, well, you’re capable of making your own decisions. ::smooches::)

You’ve all heard me lament how my child is such a picky, picky eater, right?  Do you need me to link you to my whining?  No?  Okay.

The one meal we can get him to eat is breakfast, and that’s because we feed him yogurt.  We were hesitant to start yogurt because of his dairy allergy as an infant, so we waited until nine months to introduce dairy instead of starting at six. 

He LOVES yogurt.

So, when I was sent a coupon to try Little Blends, I jumped on it.

Little Blends is a yogurt.  No wait.  It’s a vegetable.  NO!  It’s a fruit!

Wait!  It’s ALL THREE. 

Yes, all three.  And he LIKES it, y’all.  He actually LIKES it. 

I’m not as “green” as I could be, but I do like that this is organic yogurt.  I like that this product doesn’t have unhealthy preservatives and ingredients I can’t pronounce.

So far we’ve tried the carrot/strawberry blend and the butternut squash/apple blend.  He liked the butternut squash/apple blend better, but I think that’s because he likes both of those on their own.  And he likes yogurt.  All three?  It’s the baby food trifecta for my picky eater!

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Wednesday 7th of April 2010

I might have to try that! Em isn't a picky eater but she loves her yogurt, and if I can find a way to get her to eat more fruits and veggies, even better! Thanks for the info!!!

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