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All my children have grown up with Petits Filous.  They are great for little ones with their high calcium and vitamin D content perfect from growing children plus they taste scrummy too!!!.  Petits Filous have quite a wide range of products and flavours to choose from and have just introduced a new one to the selection.

My First Petits Filous is a low sugar, vanilla-flavour weaning fromage frais (Asda and Morrisons), designed to introduce children to fromage frais from 6 months. The main ingredient is milk and all ingredients are 100% naturally sourced, so no artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners or added preservatives.   Not only is My First Petits Filous delicious, it has calcium and protein to help children develop strong bones from an early age and the low sugar content helps maintain a balanced diet during weaning.

I’m sure if I asked Mr Squishy is he wants one of these he will use one of his new words and say “I dooooooooo!”

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 We have been experiencing a lot of firsts with Mr Squishy recently and most are with the new words he is saying.  Mr Squishy loves his food and he used his new favourite word “mooooooooooooorrrrree” when he has polished off his first ever bowl of Courgette Spaghetti & Pesto which mummy made for the first time recently.   (I’m still working on getting him to say please).  Mummy was very happy he like it as it’s super healthy.  Squishy also knew he would get a Petits Filous for afters if he ate it all up!




I decided that as the weather was gradually improving I had to make a NEW tasty and healthy recipe for Mr Squishy combining two of his favourite foods.

Petits Filous & Fresh Strawberry Ice Lollies


5 pots of 47g Petits Filous whatever flavour you like (we used strawberry) but it works well with the Petits Filous Firsts Vanilla flavour too.

5 small strawberries


Chop the strawberries into bite sized pieces and add to a bowl.  Pour over the petits Filous and stir then add to ice lolly moulds.


The number of ice lollies you will make of course depends on the size of the mould.

I made 4.

Chefs tip: you can mix and match the Petits Filous flavours with different fruits that your child likes or use this to introduce new fruits to their diet.

This first was a success just as mummy expected, yum!!!


Petitis Filous products have seen me through all my children’s first words, learning to walk and many more firsts.  It’s now Mr Squishy’s turn to experience some new first’s whilst enjoying his Petits Filous for example watching Transformers for the first time.  He was very excited about that.  (He has a Transformers Robots in Disguise – Rumble in the Jungle DVD to giveaway to one lucky reader ‘here’).



Mr Squishy has a growing whole range of new words to help him express himself including:

“Eeeeeuuuuuuggggghhhhhh” to express his disgust if something is yucky.

“Woooooaaaaaahhhhhh” if he finds something impressive.  He uses this quite a lot!

He has recently started enjoying his baths, finally!!!!  This is probably thanks to the lovely aromas of vosene kids products.


Mr Squishy loves sport.  He has been playing with his sisters balls for ages so we decided he needed his own less girly one.  He loved playing in the garden with his new ball!  On the first day he was given it my little superstar would not let it goooooo (sorry still have the song from Frozen in my head thanks to my daughters).


Another recent first for Squishy was his Aquadoodle.


He was really excited about playing with it.



Plus the aquadoodle helped stop Squishy creating his own artwork on mummy’s walls.


With these and many more firsts to come I look forward to seeing what my little man will get up too.


This post is an entry for BritMums #PetitsFilousFirsts Linky Challenge, sponsored by Petits Filous.

(We were sent vouchers for free packs of the products shown above although we were already fans!)

This Post Has 49 Comments

  1. Oh yum it looks like Petits Filous are really enjoyed in your home- yum! x

  2. My kids love Petit Filous. They take some almost every day.

  3. I used to love petits filous!! Yogurt lollies are so nice, I made myself some recently and they are perfect for this gorgeous weather we’ve been having!

  4. I am in my 40s and am still a huge Petits Filous fan. They are so good!

    1. I think we all are even if we keep it secret 😉

  5. I still love petit filous and I am an adult haha

    1. Me too, arn’t they yummy!

  6. Great way to into duce more fruit into the diet
    Mr Squishy seems to love them too
    Perfect for our hot weather

    1. He loved it and so did his sisters.

  7. My kids use to love these yoghurts too I love the ideas of freezing them

    1. They are great like this especially as the weather is improving.

  8. had to laugh at the mes, Minky was the same more down him than in him yet his twin sister eats them without any mess at all.
    Ours love the aquadoodle as well.
    Love the recipe idea. We take the easy option and just pop the frubes in the freezer.

  9. My kids absolutely adored these and I used them through weaning and beyond, love the ice lolly idea, must try!

    1. These are yummy and a great way to up a childs fruit intake.

  10. My kids grew up on Petite Rilous and then went on to have them in their packed lunhes frozen! Great recipe:-)

  11. These do look tasty. We are going to have to try them ourselves.


  12. I must admit I’ve never tried them, but reading the posts and the comments, I think I’ll have to now!!!

  13. I’m 22 and still love these and will only this brand haha

  14. Awww this post has made me think back to my childhood. I loved these yogurts and still actually!!

  15. those lollies look yummy! my girls love the wildlife yogurts

  16. Such a good idea to make them into ice lollies. An easy way to get fruit into the kids x

  17. I had no idea they did ‘my first’ ones! My girls love them

    1. I want to try the first ones!!!!!

  18. Firsts are so special. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part

    1. Thanks Kate, this was a fun post to write.

  19. I might be 27 but I still eat and enjoy these. I hadn’t thought about freezing them though so thats a good idea for me to try out! xxx

    1. Give that a go, they are great frozen!

  20. This sounds super healthy and it’s a real treat for the little ones. It looks like your son enjoyed his!

  21. Look like he loved the petit filous! A great way to get more fruit and calcium into the diet. I have to admit though I’ve never liked these but all the more for Mr Squishy

  22. we are huge fans of Petits Filous

  23. Me and my little ones are huge fans of Petits Filous

    1. I don’t blame you they are yummy.

  24. Petits filous are so awesome, so messy but they are great. My daughter is a big fan of them

    1. They are a bit messy but very yummy.

  25. All of my kids used to love Petits Filous growing up. Never thought of making it into an ice lolly though, that’s amazing!

    1. They are great as lollies.

  26. We love them in our house too! And having the frozen is my fav, let alone the kids!! xxx

    1. They are yummy frozen.

  27. I still enjoy their yogurts and but them in my biweekly shop as they are just delicious

    1. We love them here and buy different ones too.

  28. Edie is obsessed with Petit filous! So am I if I’m honest haha!

    1. So is Squishy he points at them in the fridge and grins at me when he wants one.

  29. Very yummy and love the lolly idea. They are great for all ages!

    1. They are yummy, Mr Squishy loves them.

  30. I used to love Petit Filous as a kid. They taste great!

    1. I still love them, i get to lick the lids!!!!!!! 😉

  31. The fresh strawberries are a great idea – hats off to the chef !

    1. Thanks Andrew, these a yummy and refreshing.

  32. Lovely pictures! And some great tips and ideas as well, thank you.

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