Wednesday, March 13, 2013
One thing I've been a huge fan of in the past year is greek yogurt. It's low in fat (or doesn't have any at all), tasty, and thick and delicious. I usually get it plain and add my own yummies, but I've really enjoyed these two yogurts because they keep the fruit and the yogurt seperate.
Before I start comparing the awesomeness of these two yogurts, I have to go on a short rant about Chobani. I work in the dining center at my school and this yogurt flies off the shelf. I DON'T UNDERSTAND. The flavor is...blech. The texture is even worse, and they let the fruit sit on the bottom. As a blogger I enjoy once said, "chobani is cho-nasty".
You might like Müller if:
You already like just plain yogurt (not greek) and you're looking for something with a similar taste and texture only thicker. I tried the Honeyed Apricot. I was really surprised not to have that tang associated with greek yogurt, but I really liked it. Plus it's slightly less expensive than FAGE (89 cents as opposed to $1.29).
You might like FAGE if:
You really like the flavor of plain greek yogurt. It's tangy and thick and yummy and I just love it. My favorite is the cherry. I loveeeeeeee it.
What do you guys think? Happy hump day!