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    Quote Originally Posted by happygrl View Post
    I use 5am vanilla bean yoghurt. Yummiest yoghurt ever.

    It's all organic and fairly low sugar compared to other brands.

    i think it's only available from Woolworths though
    Yes, yes, yes!!

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    DD loves the jalna yogurt.

    not sure how good it really is though.

    she gets the plain, pot set, no added sugar, full fat one. Its about $6 for a BIG tub. Might be a bit of a waste for a 6 month old though, DD (22 months) goes through a big pot about once a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygrl View Post
    I use 5am vanilla bean yoghurt. Yummiest yoghurt ever.

    It's all organic and fairly low sugar compared to other brands.

    i think it's only available from Woolworths though

    I tried to get this but couldn't find it! I shop at Woolies too. I will ask next time though.

    Also, I was at the shops on the weekend, the Vaalia baby 6 pack yoghurt has come back!

    Thank you for all your replies, we did try most suggestions and some were actually a hit!

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    I use Jalna pot set natural yoghurt in the smallest little containers. I then stew up my own fruits and mix through..works a treat


 

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