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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,270
9/20/12 10:09 A

I have never frozen Greek yogurt, but have the regular low fat/sugar-free and it tastes fine, but yes, the texture is affected. It does turn rather grainy.

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KAPELAKIN Posts: 1,984
9/16/12 10:52 P

Like most dairy products, the texture is likely to be affected by freezing getting somewhat grainy and separated, but the flavor should be fine. It would probably be good in smoothies after freezing, or you could make frozen yogurt pops with it if you have excess that you're concerned will go bad. I am jealous that you have access to a TJ's. I LOVED the fig Greek Yogurt, but no TJ's here, and the co-op does not carry fig.

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9/16/12 9:45 P

have any of you guys ever tried freezing the little trader joe's containers of greek yogurt? specifically the pomegranate one (lowest in cals) but any of the others too! or even just freezing frozen yogurt in general- how's the consistency and flavor? thanks!

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