Semi-Homemade Mango Peach Yogurt


Today I thought I’d take a break sharing Swagbucks Tips to share a tasty recipe instead!

Awhile back I posted a recipe for Blueberry Yogurt that you can make for your baby or toddler! The process is so quick and easy and I love that I can control how much sugar is going into what I feed my child.

A couple weeks ago, someone asked if mango could be used. If so, would it still need to be heated over the stove for a few minutes like the blueberries? I thought I would try this myself. I only had one mango on hand, and it wasn’t going to be quite enough for a whole batch, so I added a couple peaches as well.

The result? Seriously delicious yogurt that you just can’t buy at the store! It’s so delicous you’re going to want to keep some for yourself.

Mango-Peach Yogurt

1 32 oz Tub of Plain Yogurrt

1 fresh, really ripe mango

2 ripe peaches

1-2 tblsp honey (for babies over 1 year old) or sugar


  1. Peel the mango and peaches. In a blender or food processor, blend well until there are no more chunks.
  2. In a large bowl, mix fruit mixture with yogurt. Mix in honey or sugar.
  3. Pour what you can of the yogurt back into the tub it came in, or into whatever containers you’d like! I put some of the yogurt into Food Pouches for my son to use and even froze some in little cups.
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