When I arrived home mid-afternoon, a UPS sticker on my door led me to my apartment complex's office, where I was greeted with a lovely, large surprise from Chobani!
You can see just how large the box is by the fact that it almost covers half of my kitchen island. Thanks for your generosity, Chobani!
As soon as I tore open the box with my bare hands (a small stretch of the imagination), a smile broke out across my face - look at that loot!
I'm a lucky lady!
These are the flavors Chobani gifted to me:
- Non-Fat Plain
- Low-Fat Plain
- Low-Fat Strawberry Banana
I did what any college student lacking space would do - stacked them nicely in my vegetable drawer. I eat my vegetables so quickly, there's no point putting them on the bottom of my fridge!
Nicely stacked in an unlikely place!
Fun Facts about Chobani yogurts:
- Chobani yogurts have between 100 and 160 calories per 6 ounce cup.
- Chobani gives 10 percent of their profits to charities worldwide (nice!)
- Chobani has a recipe page on their website that includes recipes for dishes such as guacamole, baked ziti and even cream cheese frosting! It really is amazing how you can transform Greek yogurt to fit into so many other dishes.
- Chobani's unique straining process, which their site claims "is what makes Chobani Greek Yogurt “Greek," full of flavor and health benefits:
· All natural. No preservatives. No artificial flavors.
· No synthetic growth hormones: No rBST-treated milk.
· Includes 5 live & active cultures, including 3 probiotics.
· Made with real fruit.
· Twice the protein of regular yogurts.
· A good source of bone-building calcium.
· Gluten-Free and Kosher-Certified.
· Safe for people with corn, nut and soy allergies."
Sounds good to me!
My first victim: Honey 0% Greek Yogurt. I think I'm going to dress this guy up with some raw oatmeal, PB and a drizzle of honey on top - yum!
Have you ever tried Chobani yogurt? What are your favorite flavors & how do you dress them up?