As a special treat I made raspberry frozen yogurt for Cupcake the other day. She loves it! It was way easy (except the seed straining part) and I had a taste (or two) and it’s yummy!!!
2 cups frozen or fresh raspberries
4 tbsp superfine sugar
1/2 cup water
1 1/4-1 1/2 cups yogurt (I used whole milk for her)
6 tbsp sour cream
2-3 tbsp confectioner’s sugar
In a saucepan add raspberries, sugar and water. Bring to a simmer, then cook for 5 minutes. Puree then strain the seeds. Allow to cool
Stir the yogurt and sour cream into the puree and add enough confectioner’s sugar to sweeten. Transfer to ice cream maker and freeze for 20 minutes.
See, I told you it was easy!!
She loved them! It was a slow start with avocado. It took a few tries before she ate them. Oatmeal was the same. But bananas, she ate them all the first time she tried them. And there was barely any banana on her face. We had a little banana dribbling, but it was mostly banana munching. OK, there wasn’t much munching since she has no teeth and I ran the banana through the food mill, but you get my drift. So, we’ll give bananas a few more days to make sure she doesn’t have a reaction and then we’ll try something else! I’m thinking sweet potatoes!!
Avocado, take 2! Actually, this was day 3 of avocado. I put a glob of it on the tray to see if she’d eat it with her hands. She didn’t. She sure did like spreading it all over the tray, though. Oh, and the spoon sure is fun to play with.