She said she knew my blog wasn’t a food blog, but knew I liked to eat well and thought I might enjoy some coupons. Um, would I? Yes please!
So Kristina sent me a package that included info on Stoneyfield Farms, a reusable grocery bag, coupons to try their Oikos Greek yogurt — the only organic Greek yogurt on the market, and some coupons for their other yogurt.
I have always loved the fact that there’s no fake sugars or additives in these yogurts and I’ve often bought Stoneyfield Farms over other brands.
I’ve tried Oikos before, and since both my husband and I are huge fans of Greek yogurt, I was stoked to get four coupons for this particular brand of yogurt.
Unfortunately, the only store that sells Oikos here (the same health food store that sells PB Loco, as mentioned in Saturday’s post) carries only the vanilla and plain varieties (they also have blueberry and honey) and I’m not a fan of plain yogurt as a rule.
But I LOVE their fat-free vanilla and it rivals Chobani and Vosgos, my other two favorite brands — and has slightly fewer calories per serving (110 vs 120 or 130).
And at 15 grams of protein a serving, it’s a perfect snack — or meal with fruit and cereal or nuts. (Personally, I like it with strawberries and Kashi GoLean Crunch).
Anyway, if you like Greek yogurts like I do, I say give it a shot.
How about you? Have you jumped on the Greek yogurt bandwagon? Do you have a favorite brand or variety?