As a busy WAHM of three littles, I find my mornings to be hectic. We hit the ground running, and I need to keep up my energy level in order to tackle everything that the day throws my way. Even though I heat my coffee up more times than I can count, I always make time for breakfast.
I know that eating breakfast sets the whole tone for my day. I make it a point to start my day with fruit and protein. Until recently, dairy yogurt was my daily "go to." It is easy, I can take it with me on the go, and I love the set serving size. After my last visit to my allergist though, he noted that I should try to cut back on my dairy. With an already restrictive diet, the news set me into a tailspin. What would I do? I rely on my convenient, portable, and protein-packed yogurt cup.
Thankfully, I have Daiya Greek Yogurt Alternative—so there won't have to be a break in my routine any time soon.
Daiya Greek Yogurt Alternative tastes, smells, and looks just like dairy yogurt. It offers 8 grams of protein per serving, and each creamy spoonful features a sweet blend of real fruit and rich, velvety yogurt—without any dairy, gluten or soy—and is a perfect option for vegans as well.
Daiya Greek Yogurt Alternative is available in four delicious flavors: peach, black cherry, strawberry and blueberry. I was a bit worried that it might have an aftertaste, but I was pleasantly surprised. As soon as you peel the lid, the fragrant smell of fresh fruit whets the appetite and makes you excited to dive right in.
The blueberry is my personal fave, and I love the chunks of real blueberries that are packed into each cup. The texture is thick, smooth, and creamy. It is perfect by itself or as a base for smoothies. It tastes as good as it looks, and is just what I needed to start my day off right.
Daiya's dairy-free foods are made from a signature blend featuring coconut and pea protein.
· Daiya’s Greek Yogurt Alternative (SRP $1.99) is the latest addition to the company’s existing dairy, gluten, and soy-free food lineup, including the first-ever deluxe dairy-, gluten- and soy-free Cheezy Mac, scrumptious Cheezecakes, and artisanal pizzas, as well as a core line of dairy-free Shreds, Blocks, Slices and Cream Cheese Style Spreads.
· Daiya's line of premium plant-based foods, like Greek Yogurt Alternatives, pizzas, cheezecakes, cream cheese style spreads, and wonderful cheeses, including blocks, shreds and slices, are available in the dairy case and freezer aisle. Daiya also recently expanded its offerings to include shelf-stable products like its Cheezy Mac. Daiya’s selection of deliciously dairy-free foods can be found in more than 20,000 grocery stores in the U.S., including Whole Foods, Kroger’s, Safeway, and Publix, as well as most natural food retailers.
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