Trying to figure out how to make Chobani's yogurt taste better.

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FitnessJunki...

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Posted: 20 Nov 2012, 11:48
If you take cherry pomegranate crystal light and mix some into greek yogurt... it tastes like cherry laffy taffy

If you take Hawaiian Punch grape, it tastes like grape laffy taffy

Any of the powdered drink mixes we have tried taste great mixed into greek yogurt... it gets rid of that sour taste. My husband uses it in smoothies with fruit but the crystal light is quick and easy and so many different flavors.
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Cthulhu

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Posted: 27 Nov 2012, 23:58
For plain yogurt I add no calorie lemon pepper seasoning, very good to just eat, or grab some veggies and start dipping.

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Crazy4sio

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Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 12:38
I didnt care for chobani flavor at all. blended in a smoothie, plain with honey,... couldnt do it. I bought 1 of each kind at the store because I knew that greek yogurt was a great way to get protien, and I could add that to my smoothie. I took one bite out of one, and threw it away if I didnt like it. I am also on a budget. but I have to like what I eat. The one that I really enjoyed was Zoi with honey. It is Soooooo good. But, I would like to try Fage plain and add my own honey and see if that has good flavor for me. (prior to trying greek yogurt, I didnt even like plain yogurt btw)
seafood_eate...

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Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 13:14
Many people like Fage better. It is the only brand available in US that is actually sold in Greece. I like Chobani-- I always get it 0% and plain, adding my own berries and chia-- but I recently tried Fage and like it much better. It is more expensive but worth it. The cost for me is dominated by fresh berries anyway.
bye2babyweig...

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Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 14:19
The only way I can eat plain 0% fat greek yogurt is on a baked jacket potato with chives and 2% cheddar cheese. For everything else, like smoothies and to eat as a high protein snack, I can only eat Fage 2%. It's so creamy and delicious! I like it with honey and a few toasted slivered almonds. I stay away from flavored yogurt. I can get away with the higher fat yogurt and cheese because I don't use oil in my salad dressings or to cook with so it leaves me some fat to work within my daily allowance.
eKatherine

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Posted: 17 Dec 2012, 16:41
I like the full-fat cabot brand greek yogurt, and I eat it plain or with just a teaspoon of honey. It's definitely not for people who like their breakfast food sweet.
chispaza

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 12:36
I add a little honey and cinnamon to plain greek yogurt. And sometimes some blueberries. I also use it in smoothies.
zenwolf

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Posted: 07 May 2013, 12:52
I always use plain 0% Greek yogurt of any brand. I like to add in some almond butter, dark chocolate or french vanilla stevia drops, flax, hemp or chia seed, berries and cinnamon. Makes it a decadent but healthy treat!



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