Yobaby plain — The Bump
November 2012 Moms

Yobaby plain

Anyone know which store carries this ? Can't find it!!

Re: Yobaby plain

  • I think I've seen it at Whole Foods. Not 100% sure though.
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    shella923
  • Thanks! I will check. It's the only one I've seen with the lowest amount of sugar (6 g). Although after eating the sweeter one M will prob spit it out and look at me like wtf?!
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  • No problem. Hope your LO likes it, I haven't given DD yogurt yet, need to get on that!
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  • They have it at Whole Foods. . . I gave it to my LO after he had the blueberry . . . and he won't eat it. ;(  good luck.
  • kangtini said:

    They have it at Whole Foods. . . I gave it to my LO after he had the blueberry . . . and he won't eat it. ;(  good luck.

    Lol...of course. Is it just as sugary if we add some fruit? Like mixing in gerber applesauce?

  • It looked like from the ingredients there was some added sugar beyond just the fruit. . . that is why I went to the plain.   I didn't try mixing in blueberry baby food.  But that is an idea.
  • We get it at Publix, Kroger, Target and any grocery store. I mix the plain with babyfood purees.
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    shella923
  • How about give LO plain regular, Greek or coconut milk yogurt? It doesn't have to be a "baby" kind. That's just a marketing scheme...just like baby detergent. An organic, all-natural regular yogurt is just as good. Well better actually because it doesn't have the added sugar.

    We do coconut milk yogurt and O loves it without anything added to it. It's normal for it to take babies a few times to decide they like a new food so try a few times before giving up.
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  • AmberEA14 said:

    How about give LO plain regular, Greek or coconut milk yogurt? It doesn't have to be a "baby" kind. That's just a marketing scheme...just like baby detergent. An organic, all-natural regular yogurt is just as good. Well better actually because it doesn't have the added sugar.

    We do coconut milk yogurt and O loves it without anything added to it. It's normal for it to take babies a few times to decide they like a new food so try a few times before giving up.

    Yes I am on board with this. But for DC thought the little yobaby ones would be easy?

  • FWIW: I just compared the nutrition facts yesterday and Yobaby plain is IDENTICAL to the Stonyfield Plain Whole Milk yogurt.  It's the same stuff in a much smaller, more expensive package, made by the same company and all.  They sell it at my local grocery store.
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    winecastle14shella923
  • @brenlo42 awesome. i can use the little ones for DC and buy the big one for home! I'm trying plain greek yogurt mixed with pureed fruit first since we have a ton here...FX
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