Feb 27, 2011

Review: Chobani Strawberry Nonfat Greek Yogurt

In addition to Chobani Blueberry Nonfat Greek Yogurt, I also picked up a cup of Chobani Strawberry Nonfat Greek Yogurt to try for $1.00 on sale.

Unlike blueberry flavor where I could feel pieces of blueberries, strawberry flavor was more of that slurry that I'm not fond of; the strawberry flavor was there though. You're probably better off just buying plain yogurt or greek yogurt and dicing up some strawberries to drop in.
I did try some of the Greek yogurt plain by itself since it floats atop a sea of strawberry slurry. Well, more like it presses the strawberry like the ground above an oil field and you'll have to drill/dig before you strike it rich. But I digress, it seemed eating the yogurt plain by itself was actually more enjoyable than mixing it up; there wasn't as strong a funky aftertaste.
Still, I after trying two different flavors of Chobani, I think it was just not meant to be. They do have a couple of 2% milk flavors though...

Nutritional Info - Chobani Strawberry Nonfat Greek Yogurt - 6 ounces (170g)
Calories - 140 (from Fat - 0)
Fat - 0g (Saturated Fat - 0g)
Sodium - 65mg
Carbs - 20g (Sugar - 19g)
Protein - 14g

1 comment:

  1. As far as Chobani is concerned: the pineapple is amazing. But it is low-fat, not non-fat.


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