Friday, February 6, 2015

Chobani Simply 100 Greek #Yogurt Review and Taste Test! #StartSimply

This blog received coupons from BzzAgent to test this grocery product. All opinions mentioned in this blog post below is 100% my own. Your opinions of this particular product may vary.

Selena Thinking Out Loud With Purpose is happy to invite you to learn more about the new Chobani Simply 100 Greek Yogurt. There are No Artificial Flavors, No Artificial Sweeteners, has 12 grams of protein, 5 grams of fiber, and 0 grams of fat.

In this video, I share my BzzAgent Unboxing and Taste Test Review for Chobani Simply 100 Greek Yogurt. Take a Look!

My Personal Review of Chobani Simply 100 Greek Yogurt

I was going to my local Ralphs anyway to buy some necessities in frozen foods for my vegetable and fruit smoothies and decided to use my Free Coupon to try Chobani's Simply 100 Greek Yogurt. It looked like there were lots of fans of this product because it was almost gone from the shelves. I did manage to find my favorite flavor, Blueberry, though. 

I decided to try the Chobani Simply 100 Greek Yogurt for my breakfast the next day. The blueberries were on the bottom of the Greek yogurt so I mixed everything up very well. Then I tried it. I could taste the fresh blueberries and they naturally sweetened the yogurt and with it only being 100 calories, it was rich, smooth, and pleasant to taste. To me, Greek yogurt has a tangy taste, anyway, but it was a nice addition to add the blueberries and still get a simple, sweet, tasting, yogurt. 

I normally don't think about the calories in my yogurt because I think that they all should be natural, without added flavorings and such. However, this product made me think more about what's in the ingredients, when it comes to purchasing yogurt in the future. As for this particular yogurt, if the price stays reasonable, per cup, I will definitely buy it again. I am beginning to be more conscious of all the processed sugar and things they put in my foods, so this one is a great option for my yogurt in the mornings for breakfast. 

It looks like there will be one more item added to my regular, weekly, shopping list!

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