Frozen fish teething remedy

These bad boys are lifesavers when you have a teething baby or when it’s unbearably hot outside. Last summer was crazy hot and these frozen fish were in constant supply.

I use the Ikea fish ice cube mould because they’re such a good shape to grip and these are a simple 2/3 ingredient task which you chuck in a bowl and mix.

Ingredients

  • Greek yoghurt
  • Honey ( not before one year old)
  • Fruit

You can make so many different variances with these – go for a flavoured yoghurt instead of Greek, omit the honey and switch the fruit around to experience new flavours.

Simple freeze for a few hours until solid and then pop them out of the moulds and serve – and here’s a “mum hack” – pop them all out at once and store in a ziplock bag in the freezer. You can then make more and have a range of flavours stashed.

These little fish are ice cold and taste delicious. Whenever Arlo is teething he really appreciates something cold and I think he finds it quite soothing.

I picked up a pomegranate from the super 6 deal in Aldi and so this was his first ever taste, I wasn’t sure about the flavour being too bitter but combined with yoghurt it seemed ok. I love that I captured this moment.

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