Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Pouches + Meal Planning

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Hey guys!

Hope you are having a lovely Sunday. I’m headed out for Wallis Sands Half Marathon this morning. The forecast has been all over the place but so far it’s looking like the rain might hold off at least long enough for us to run. Fingers crossed!

It’s Sunday, therefore meal planning day. But before we get into that, let’s talk yogurt.

Stonyfield Yogurt Pouches

When my kids were first eating solid food, one of our ‘on the go’ staples was the baby food squeeze pouches. So convenient, mess free, full of veggies (you know I’m a veggie sneaker!) and my kids loved every single one. I could throw it in my bag for whenever and wherever the little munchkins got hungry.Now that they are older, we don’t buy those pouches anymore.

However, I was thrilled when the new Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Pouches came out.

It’s the first refrigerated organic yogurt pouch available. They come in three varieties:

  • YoBaby
  • YoToddler
  • YoKid

Full of pure organic ingredients and never any high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors, I love that I can grab a couple from the fridge for a quick nutritious snack for my littles. No spoons needed!

Buying organic dairy has always been important to me. The first taste of yogurt for my kids was from Stonyfield. It still is the brand that I buy and love the most. The YoBaby and YoToddler pouches are made with organic whole milk yogurt, fruits, and vegetables. Each pouch contains live active cultures, Protein, Calcium, Vitamin D, and Omega-3s. They contain no GMOs and are gluten-free.

We sampled a variety of flavors. Traditional flavors like Blueberry, Strawberry Banana and Strawberry were delicious – just like you get from eating yogurt in a cup. The veggie blends – Strawberry-Beet-Berry and Pear-Spinach-Mango were hits as well. I couldn’t taste a veggie at all. And neither could my picky palate daughter. She happily slurped down every single morsel. In fact, the pouches disappeared so fast that I didn’t even get a picture of either kid enjoying one. Whoops…blogger fail!

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What's for dinner

While I’d love to eat nothing but yogurt all week, here’s what I’ve got planned for dinner:

Sunday: Baked Cod + Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Leeks and Tomatoes

Monday: Yogurt Smoothie Pancakes (super long day for everyone calls for a quick dinner)

Tuesday: Crockpot Tex Mex Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Wednesday: Creamy Thai Carrot Soup

Thursday: Spicy BBQ Chickpea Polenta Bowls

Friday: Leftovers

Saturday: Veggie Quinoa Lasagna

Are you a yogurt fan? What’s your favorite flavor?

What are you having for dinner this week?

13 comments on “Stonyfield Organic Yogurt Pouches + Meal Planning

  1. Good luck!!!!!! I’m going to buy YoBaby for the first time today. If Ethan knew he was getting to try yogurt later, I think he’d be excited.
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  2. I love stony field yogurt – my favorite flavor is the greek super fruit although the caramel is a close second! My little one loves all the yobaby flavors she’s had so far (blueberry, apple, banana, mango, and sweet potato). I don’t even know what I’m making for dinner tonight, never mind this week . . . but I have to go shopping today so its all up in the air.

  3. I love yogurt but I have switched back to paling… I find flavored yogurt too sweet. On this week’s menu : quinoa cakes, bakes chicken with pecan topping, hamburgers and cauli pizza. I have bought sweet potato but not sure yet what I am going to make with it.
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