Now, this post came to be tonight when P. came to me and said "Mom, do we have any of that good yogurt that you mixed with sugar and heath bits?" Yea, it's in the fridge.. his response.. "can you make it for me?" Sure! I almost forgot it was in there in the fist place and since I had a 8 ounce container of plain yogurt I went and split it in half and mixed P's half in a bowl with a teaspoon of vanilla sugar and about a tablespoon of heath bits and I stirred some honey and frozen berries into mine.
I love yogurt and I'm really glad that I found this stuff, when I was a kid we would get big bottles of Kifir (smooth, drinkable yogurt) in the supermarket and then it disappeared until a few years ago when I noticed it again in a local store by work, I become concerned with the amount of sugar in these products though so I'm really more careful with what I buy and I really prefer to just buy the Greek yogurt and make smoothies using fresh or frozen fruit and milk.
Just a quick comparison here..
FAGE Total 0% Greek Yogurt
A truly guiltless treat that can be
enjoyed by anyone, FAGE Total 0%
Greek yogurt successfully
delivers its trademark rich flavor
and thick, smooth body with
absolutely no fat. An excellent
diet aid that can be enjoyed on its
own or mixed with fresh fruit, cereal
and other wholesome ingredients
for a great tasting and healthy
low fat meal.
Each 150 grams (5-ounce) serving includes:
80 calories (0% from fat)
15 grams or 30% of daily value of protein,
6 grams or 2% of carbohydrates in the form of lactose (based on a 2,000 calorie diet)..
|DANNON® All Natural Nonfat 6 oz, 32 oz |
Serving Size: 6 oz; 170g
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories from Fat||0|| |
|Trans Fat||0g|| |
|Vitamin A|| ||0%|
|Vitamin C|| ||4%|
|Thiamin (Vitamin B1)|| ||6%|
|Vitamin B6|| ||6%|
|Vitamin B12|| ||20%|
|Vitamin D|| ||0%|
|Pantothenic Acid|| ||6%|
|*%DV means % Daily Value based on a 2000-calorie diet|
|Cultured grade A milk. Contains active yogurt cultures including L. acidophilus.|