Mashed banana. Make your own yogurt and yogurt cheese. Coconut cream is really delish. Any mashed up fruit or veggie mixed with coconut cream is tasty especially if you add a few drops stevia extract or a pinch of stevia powder.
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If you change your mind about dairy, you can consider buying plain, organic yogurt or making your own. It's more sour and a thinner consistency than what you find in the store, but much better for you.
I've replaced yogurt with kefir, which is basically fermented milk. Once you get kefir grains, you can make it at home and drink it plain, mixed with juice, in smoothies, or any other way. It has tons of healthy probiotics!
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I'm a vegan-ish vegetarian. I do not want to give my 2 year old yogurt because it's 1) dairy (I guess I could go organic, but not too comfortable with that at all) 2) usually loaded with either sugar or artificial sweeteners. I had Chobani in the past and like that way better than "regular" yogurt. I haven't introduced her to soy products just because GMOs in the non-organic soy, but I would be willing to give it a shot. She doesn't have any food allergies so far and we've even given her almonds and strawberries so she seems pretty good to go. (Me and hubby don't have any allergies either.)
Can you help me? She seems to think she can live off bread and grapes!
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