Greek yogurt is thick, rich and a staple in our house. For the past three years, it's been on our breakfast table and worked into soups, deserts and dips. This week Chobani yogurt shipped over a sample package to our testing kitchen and we've been in Greek heaven ever since.
Chobani comes in eleven flavors and is a great source of calcium. "Yeah, yeah" you say "but will my kids eat it?" Yes! the new Champions line is designed just for kids. The secret? A touch of cream turns the blended yogurt into a taste sensation. Champions is gluten free and uses 2% low fat yogurt. We tested all four flavors (strawnana is our favorite). We pawn them off as desert to our kids--they are that good.
Launched in 2007, this brand is doing an excellent job at serving up nutrition to kids. The Champions line packs 10% of a child's calcium requirement into a serving while only giving up 3% of the daily fat intake. Expect to pay $1.59 per 6 oz. at Whole Foods. Chobani is also carried at Sam's Club and Costco.
Five Tips To For a Girl's First Leg Shave
Do you remember your first time shaving? Mine wasn’t pretty. I snuck my dad’s razor and shaved my legs dry. It wasn’t pretty. Get your daughter ready for this rite of passage with the right tools and a quick education. We've got five tips to help you navigate your daughter's ...read more
Why You Should Add Wild Blueberries to Your Diet
Do your New Year's goals involve healthier eating? Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet? Or even adding tasty new recipes to your repertoire? We've got five reasons for you to add wild blueberries to your diet. Our friends from the Wild Blueberry Association have ...read more
Why Moms are Loving This Blueberry Couscous Salad
It's blueberry picking time. And while most blueberry recipes revolve around baked goods, we've got something different to share. First, a few sentences singing the praises of this lovely fruit. Blueberries are high in antioxidants, improve memory function and reduce the effects ...read more
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a ton of free yogurt to eat.