Snacks / The Fast Diet

Chobani Fat-Free Yoghurt

The warm weather of late has made me incredibly lazy when it comes to cooking. Just turning on the oven in my apartment raises the temerature to an uncomfortable level. So I was so happy to hear from the very kind folks at Chobani UK, who offered to send me some of their fat-free yoghurt pots to sample.

Chobani UK yoghurt

For me, there’s nothing better than a fresh pot of yoghurt straight from the fridge on a stinking hot day to cool you down from the inside out. Even better? This stuff is fat-free, and because of the way it’s produced (strained yogurt is thicker and creamier than most, much like Greek yoghurt, and includes twice the protein!), it’s a filling little tasty pot of heaven.

There’s eight very different Chobani to choose from: Apple Cinnamon, Peach, Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry, Pomegranate, Blood Orange, and Black Cherry.

I’ve spent this week tasting the entire range, and I must say that my favourite is the Peach, and Mr Q loved the Strawberry version the best. Oh, and for those with a bit of a sweet tooth, you’ll love the Apple Cinnamon one – it tastes like apple pie!

Chobani fruit yoghurt

Also, because each pot only contains around 140 calories, these little 170g Chobani pots make a great breakfast for those following the Fast Diet, or 5:2 Diet.

Chobani UK also sent over a big tub of their Fat-Free Plain Yoghurt, which I’ll use later in the week as the basis of a garlicky tzatziki, or maybe the wasabi sauce for salmon from the Chobani recipe page on their website.

If you’re looking to get your hands on some of the Chobani range here in the UK, you’ll find them in Tesco and Sainsbury’s. Do keep your eye out for Chobani next time you’re doing the shopping – I’ll absolutely continue to purchase these for my fridge!


6 thoughts on “Chobani Fat-Free Yoghurt

  1. Chobani is my favourite! A few years ago they were giving out free samples at a food festival in Sydney, I’ve been hooked ever since. I think the blueberry and peach are my favourite flavours.

  2. Really glad you enjoyed our deliciously creamy yoghurts, the wasabi sauce is an absolute gem! Unfortunately we are not available in Sainsbury’s yet ;] but we will hopefully be in more retailers by the end of the year!


  3. They were giving these away outside my train station (with spoons) a few weeks ago and they were indeed very nice.#I always think when doing a “sponsored post” you should say at least one negative thing so that it doesn’t look like you are sucking up 🙂

    • I completely agree that with a sponsored post you can never be sure, but I disagree with your point that you should always say something negative so it doesn’t look like you’re ‘sucking up’. If I come across a great product, I’m happy to encourage others to try it! I can say, in all honesty, that I couldn’t find any reason not to continue purchasing these little pots of heaven – as I have indeed done twice since this post 🙂

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