Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Review: Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt

I'm a big fan of yogurt for breakfast, greek yogurt in particular. It's just a really nice start to my day (even though sometimes the kids don't let me get breakfast until closer to lunch time). So I was happy when I recently got the chance to review a new greek yogurt from Wallaby Organic Yogurt. Here's a bit about Wallaby Greek Lowfat Yogurt, from the Wallaby website:

Our new Greek lowfat yogurts are authentically strained, rich in protein, and made with premium organic ingredients. In addition to straining, we use our traditional, unhurried cooking process to develop the texture of these yogurts naturally and authentically—bringing you a Greek yogurt that’s not only organic, but unparalleled in taste.
The unique two-compartment cup allows you to control how much fruit is added to each thick and creamy spoonful. What you may not be able to control is how much you love each and every bite!

Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt comes in plain, blueberry, cherry, honey and strawberry. For the fruit/strawberry yogurts, it's actually plain yogurt with a little cup of the fruit or honey on the side. My kids were absolutely fascinated by this, and kept running up to ask for bites of my yogurt. They thought it was so yummy that I had to start eating it while hiding from them.  I really enjoyed all the fruit flavors, and thought the plain yogurt was really delicious as well. The yogurt has a nice, thick texture and I thought the portion sizes were good- just enough fruit to make the yogurt taste a little bit sweeter. I wasn't crazy about the honey flavor, since the honey was much darker and stronger in flavor than I'm used to, but that's just a personal preference thing. 

I really enjoyed sampling all these Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurts and will definitely be picking up more at the store for my breakfasts.

Disclosure: I received samples of these yogurts to review for myself. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.


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