- are all natural with no preservatives or artificial flavours;
- include lots of pro-biotic-y (yes, that is the technical term!) goodness;
- are full of *real* fruit that still has a bit of texture;
- have twice the protein of regular yoghurts; and
- come in a perfectly portion-controlled size.
I was so enamoured by my mango Chobani that I declared my delight to the Twitterverse. A few days later, this arrived at my doorstep:
That's right - the awesome folk of Chobani Australia delivered a colourful assortment of their finest right to my door! *commence happy dance*
Even this little guy was impressed.
I immediately cracked open a plain yoghurt and mixed into it some home made muesli and a drizzle of honey.
My beloved, strange as he is, combined a peach Chobani with freshly baked sun-dried tomato and olive bread - I am marrying the man, so I can't be too critical of his evidently strange way of combining flavours, right?!
A big thanks to Chobani for their generosity - I am most definitely a fan.
Here's my take on their yoghurt:
As can be expected from a Greek yoghurt, Chobani is thick, creamy and tastes like *real* yoghurt - much better than the numerous runny supermarket alternatives. The portions are perfectly sized and the sugar and fat contents both make me happy.
Honestly not much. Perhaps the price is a little high (around $1.50 per tub/serving), but for the quality and taste, I really can't complain.
I remain envious of the array of Chobani flavours on offer in the US and hope that the company considers expanding their Australian range (may I suggest pomegranate and apple cinnamon?).
Disclosure: Chobani provided their yoghurts to me free of charge. However, all opinions are entirely mine - pinky swear!