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  • Makes 2
  • 2 hours
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 2 Ingredients

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Great for teething babies as they are small and easy to hold


Ingredients (makes 2 dummies)

  • Greek yoghurt
  • 2 dummies

Method

  1. Put yoghurt into an ice cube tray
  2. Place dummy into the yoghurt and freeze until set.

Notes

I make these for my son to help him sooth his gums while hes teething. They also are great on hot days as they are perfect little ice blocks for babies to cool them down You can also make these with formula, flavoured yoghurt or breast milk if you wish

  • I actually think these would be a bit of a choking hazard, especially for young babies. Please be careful when giving these

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  • Perfect for teething Bubba’s, wish I’d had known this when mine was teething!

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  • Wow I never thought to use yoghurt. I’ve always just frozen fruit! Thank you for the idea. Will use it for bub number two.

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  • Fantastic idea!!

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  • These are such a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  • I have never seen this done before. What a great idea

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  • Such a great idea! I used to put frozen fresh fruit into these.

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  • What a great idea for the little ones

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  • Omg going to do this for sure!!!

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  • Nice and cold on teething gums. Great idea. Thanks

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  • I used to do it with breastmilk for teething.

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  • What a great idea. I haven’t seen anything like this before.

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  • Be soothing for those sore gums and delicious at the Same time.

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  • How clever. This would work well. Great idea

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  • I wish I had seen this back when my kids were teething. The cold was always such a relief for them, these would have been amazing. Ill share with the mums to be i know

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