Wow! What a response! I will have to try Fage and Chobani. I use to eat Yoplait, but it gives me a stomach ache. Activia never bothers my stomach. Lately I have been Trader Joe's Vanilla. I just cannot get into plain and I have trouble with tangy greek.
Fitness Minutes: (2,154)
861 5/15/11 3:42 P
I love Yoplait light thick and creamy - cherry cobbler, lemon meringue, blueberry pie. Also love Yoplait delights lemon meringue pie. I HATE Dannon fruit on the bottom.
Fitness Minutes: (4,160)
336 5/15/11 2:27 P
I have been eating Kroger brand "Carbmaster" line yogurt. It's great if you need to watch your carb intake, like I do because of blood sugar reasons. It has a different texture because it is very low fat, only 1.5g per serving, and also only 4g of carbs. It comes in tons of flavors with real fruit pieces and is great if you're diabetic or pre-diabetic, like I am.
I usually like Activia but I'm pretty good with almost all yogurt.
Fitness Minutes: (5,915)
5/15/11 1:32 P
I'm really liking the Chobani FF plain greek yogurt. It is so versatile. I can use it like sour cream, add SF preserves or fresh fruit. Sometimes Splenda and a splash of vanilla or some hot chocolate powder to make a dessert.
Fitness Minutes: (6,275)
1,169 5/15/11 1:30 P
With raspberry or black cherry on the bottom. Tastes good.
5/15/11 12:31 P
Dannon pear flavored. LOTS of flavor.
Fitness Minutes: (16,649)
464 5/15/11 12:29 P
Love all yogurt but especially the Greek ones without all the added sugars and/or artificial sweetners
Fitness Minutes: (63,497)
10,962 5/15/11 12:27 P
Oikos blueberry Greek yogurt is my favorite.
Fitness Minutes: (43,880)
5,092 5/15/11 12:24 P
Chobani greek yogurt is my favorite especially peach, blueberry, pineapple, or mango. I have to try the raspberry soon. I just hate that they're $1 a piece!
5/15/11 11:16 A
Fage Greek yogurt; it's good with almost any fruit (strawberries, blueberries, etc.); it's also great with a little honey and sliced almonds.
Fitness Minutes: (8,195)
692 5/15/11 11:05 A
i love greek yogurt, especially plain (its tart!). The fruit on the bottom Dannon ones are like dessert. I also like a generic light fat free yogurt at Tops Friendly Markets (all flavors). I am not so much a fan of the Wegmans light fat free yogurts (too runny). I like thicker yogurts.
5/15/11 10:58 A
don't like the after taste of yogurt - dannan really makes me gag
I like Stonyfield farms because theres no artificial sweeteners in it. I hate all these re-named yogurts... gimmicky names like activia etc, because yogurt always had and has the same probiotics in them. I hate when they remarket something and put it out there as some new idea.
Fitness Minutes: (21,430)
19,221 5/15/11 10:33 A
I like greek yogurt. It is thick and creamy. Love it with berries!
5/15/11 10:02 A
just finished my Fage total 0% greek style yogurt with fresh raspberries. YUMMM
I like the greek style because it has much more protein than regular style yogurt. one cup is 120 calories and has 20 grams of protein. I often will have a serving of nuts with the fruit and yogurt. I used to eat cottage cheese for breakfast with fruit until I realized how much sodium cottage cheese had.
Fitness Minutes: (34,361)
6,094 5/15/11 9:58 A
Chobani! It's rich, creamy, and has a very high protein content. I get their 0% and it's incredibly rich.
My first experience with Greek-style yogurt left me a bit disappointed - too darned tangy for my liking, though I did like the consistency......not sure I'll bother to try again based on the unexpected tang - if I wanted something tangy I'd go for a grapefruit.....
5/15/11 6:31 A
I like the Chobani and Fage greek yogurts. Very thich and creamy - they're like a desert.
I dislike any of the light yogurts because they seem watered down imitations.
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