Banana smoothies mostly. My DD had lots of antibiotics due to infections during her chemo. If we were in hospital I had to just give it mixed in yoghurt, but at home she loves smoothies so it is easy.
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My kids hated that powder, it just wouldn't dissolve nicely enough.
I now buy probiotic choc-balls. They love those of course! Not sure if they as good as the powder or if it's all the same.
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