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Sammieezmay91 Wed 27-Jan-16 08:42:35

What is your opinion on fromage yogurts at 6mo??

Laquila Wed 27-Jan-16 08:45:03

In what way? From age fraud is good for weaning because it's a nice thick texture, but personally I avoided the Petit Filous ones for a bit longer because of the sugar, and just gave my son a spoon and full-fat Greek yoghurt from a dish (sometimes with things to dip) which went down very well.

Laquila Wed 27-Jan-16 08:45:30

*from age fraud = fromage fraud, obviously!!

Sammieezmay91 Wed 27-Jan-16 08:50:46

Well I've been trying all sorts on LO but she never really took to anything and this morning she seems to love the fromage frais but the sugar content is what I am worried about and if anyone else uses them at 6mo ?

StormyBlue Wed 27-Jan-16 09:23:54

Well, I remember my DS liked them when he tried them at that age. I didn't mind letting him try them because he refused most food until 9 months anyway. Fromage frais always come in very small quantities - on top of a healthy diet I can't get too het up over the occasional fromage frais, health wise.

However, I know some toddlers/young children now who will only eat this kind of yoghurt. I generally try and avoid foods which I worry might encourage picky eating, so far it's worked. He has always been happy to have unsweetened natural yoghurt which is great because he hasn't developed a sweet tooth.

Sammieezmay91 Wed 27-Jan-16 09:50:40

I might give the Greek yogurt a try as I feel I might have a picky eater in the making already

BumWad Mon 22-Feb-16 01:24:10

Stick to Greek yoghurt the good bacteria helps them poo too

ijustwannadance Mon 22-Feb-16 01:28:41

Petit filou gave my DD the shits. Took me over a week to figure out they were causing it though grin

shiteforbrains Mon 22-Feb-16 01:32:48

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