With that all said, I do have a soft spot in my hard for any yogurt company they tries to grab my attention with some extra crunch, and now, before my eyes for the first time, I see a Greek Yogurt that I just might like.
And there would be my answer, Breyers yogurt is no more, that would explain why I haven't seen it in forever. That actually makes me said since I appreciated the "all natural" tag on their yogurts.
Sweet, check this out! YoCrunch just announced a new line of Pie Parfaits!
Apple, Cherry, and triple berry! I can't wait to try them!
Ok, back to the treat on hand. Our tiny little 4 ounce friend is ready for snack.
Why does yogurt photograph so poorly? This doesn't even make me remotely yogurt.
Also, it smells tart which isn't helping.
All troubles and smells aside, I did in and surprisingly it's not too bad. I will admit that the thicker texture of the greek yogurt is a bit hard to get use to. I'd say gritty, but thicker is better, kind of like eating wet paper.... just kidding, I don't eat wet paper, but if I put some in a blender, it might have a similar texture. (yes, I am having some fun at the expense of my treat)
Overall the flavor is pretty good. On the first scoop I mixed in the granola before eating the treat, but on the second scoop I had just the yogurt and fruit to give it a try and it's not bad. I dig the fact that it's high in protein and very low in fat (the fat is from the granola ironically and not the yogurt).
So now that I have joined the greek yogurt world, I guess I need to go try that greek frozen yogurt now that Rozilla liked. I'll also try the YoCrunch blueberry greek parfait at some point as well.
Verdict? Not scary after all
Buy Again? as the occasional healthier alternative
|Serving Size 1 container (113g)|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 110||from Fat 5|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 0.5g||1%|
|- Sat Fat 0g||0%|
|- Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrate 20g||7%|
|- Dietary Fiber 2g||8%|
|- Sugars 12g|
|Vitamin A 4%||Vitamin C 15%|
|Calcium 15%||Iron 2%|