This is a sponsored post written by me and Chobani provided the product for review. All opinions are 100% my own.
I was recently sent some Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats for review. I am quite excited about sharing my opinions on this yogurt with you. Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats comes in 4 delicious flavors. Apple Cinnamon, Banana Maple, Blueberry and Cranberry. They are very low in fat, calories, have zero Trans fats and are low sodium. They are also a good source of protein and fiber.
According to the Chobani website, there is more protein per serving than regular yogurt. They use only natural ingredients that are not genetically modified (GMO’s). Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats doesn’t contain any artificial flavors, sweeteners or preservatives. The yogurt is made with cow’s milk that isn’t treated with any hormones such as rBST* There are live and active cultures in every container plus three types of probiotics.
Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats are Gluten-free, Kosher certified, vegetarian friendly and contains less than 5% lactose.
The oats that they use in their yogurt are called “steel cut oats” and give it the most amazing texture and soft crunch. All four flavors have pieces of fruit in them, especially the apple cinnamon flavor where you can get an extra crunchiness from the pieces of apples. Besides all the delicious crunch, the yogurt itself is really rich and thick so you feel like you are eating pudding!
These are a definite grab and go snack, perfect to put in your lunchbox or briefcase! For all you moms and dads out there, why not introduce your kids to Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats. Ask them which flavor they love the best. I loved all the flavors, but if I had to pick a favorite, I would say the Apple Cinnamon because of all the crunchy apple pieces.
Not only is Chobani Greek Yogurt with Oats a great snack, but they are perfect for breakfast as they are very filling because of the “steel cut oats”. A quick and filling breakfast perfect for your fast paced lifestyle!
*According to the FDA no significant difference has been found between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST treated cows.