Yogurt with Peaches and Pears

I told mommy that I don’t want to eat eggs anymore. They smell bad, they have a weird texture, and I don’t like them. Mommy said they’re healthy because they have a lot of protein. I don’t care. I’m not eating them anymore because they are disgusting.

Now mommy is trying to figure out alternate sources of protein that could work at breakfast. Some of her ideas are better than others. Here is one breakfast recipe that I approve.

Ingredients:

4 pears

4 peaches

1 1/2 cups plain greek yogurt

Organic Peaches, Pears, an Plain Greek Yogurt

You start with fruit and yogurt.

Preparation:

Preheat the steamer on high heat.

Thoroughly wash the pears and peaches, then pat dry with some paper towel. Peel the pears, cut into quarters, and remove all seeds and traces of cores. Peel the peaches, cut them into quarters, and remove the pit along with any hard fibers that were surrounding the pit.

Reduce the heat to medium and place your peaches and pears into the steamer. Cook for approximately 10-15 minutes or until the fruit is tender. Once thoroughly cooked, take the peaches and pears out of the steamer, place them on a pate or in a bowl, and set aside to cool.

When the fruit has cooled to room temperature or slightly warmer, place a small handful into a blender and run the machine at low-speed. As the fruit begins to liquify, add small handfuls one at a time until all the fruit is in the blender. Turn up the blender to high speed and run it until the fruit turns into a smooth puree.

Reduce the speed back to low and slowly add the yogurt. Give it another minute or so at high-speed so that all the ingredients are thoroughly blended.

Organic baby food made with peaches, pears, and plain greek yogurt.

You end up with fruity yogurt!

Pour into meal sized containers and freeze for quick meals. For a smaller batch, use one pear, one peach, and about 3 tablespoons of greek yogurt. This recipe is ideal for breakfasts and snacks.

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