[picture from http://www.stonyfield.com/OurProducts/YoBaby.cfm%5D
Robbie: what were you calling aboot?
just the party?
are you coming?
Robbie: yeah, but after high zero
Me: what is high zero??
Me: oh cool!
Stonyfield baby yogurt
i highly recommend it.
Robbie: it sounds gross
Me: the flavors are GREAT. apple, pear, blueberry, peach, they taste so good
it’s for babies
and it has babies on the packaging
but other than that
the ingredients are the same as the regular yogurt
but it’s made with whole milk
and comes in 6 packs
instead of regular milk and individual prices
so it’s a good deal
and soooo freaking delicious
PLUS there is the added benefit of looking at the babies!
5 minutes later…
Robbie: eww, gross banner on the blog
i like the banner!!!!!
that’s my family!!!!
So Robbie didn’t seem to care much for the idea of eating Yobaby, Stonyfield’s organic baby yogurt, but I like it better than most other “adult” yogurts I’ve tried. I just looked at Stonyfield’s website where it’s stated that they use less sugar in Yobaby yogurts than they do in adult yogurts. This is probably why I find them so good. I can really taste the blueberry flavor in the blueberry yogurt-a delightful surprise. Also, since these yogurts are made with whole milk, there is a decadent layer of cream atop each one. At 4 ounces each, they are perfect for a rich-but-not-over-indulgent after lunch dessert. Plus: the babies.
About Robbie’s banner comment: I know the banner does not directly relate to food. It contains pictures of my family from back in the day when we were all much cuter and so much funnier.
For years, my family ate out just once a week, if that; most nights it was DBRS, or daal, baath, roti, shaak (dal, rice, roti, subji). I complained incessantly about this routine but my parents stood firm- that and they always made us eat everything on our plate. While my friends were allowed to pick at their food, my parents made sure Shyam and I didn’t leave the table until we had eaten two servings of everything- even if it was a shaak made from kandh. I might have been irritated at them for this rule when I was 8, but now I can appreciate their foresight. Although we were raised vegetarian, we developed adventurous attitudes towards food: always willing to try something new, and always ready to appreciate, and indulge in, flavors and spices. Yay, parents!