The good folks at Stonyfield Farm contacted me about trying out some of their yogurt. More specifically, their greek yogurt, Oikos. Now who am I to say "no" to free food? So, off I go to the nearest Whole Foods. I could easily have gone to my local store, but it's more fun to blow an entire paycheck at WF, or "Whole Paycheck" in some circles. So, the RazZDoodle family loaded up the van, and headed out. Now, because we're loving parents, we conveniently arrived when they were at the apex of samples.
C heese cubes + organic chips + free range cocktail shrimp = free lunch for us!
Yet another example of my supreme parenting skills.
Anywho, we picked up some plain yogurt, blueberry and honey yogurts. Here's how they break down, bullet point style:
- Honey yogurt: "Yummy" was the review from KidDoodle 1. I used it in a fruit smoothie and it was great. I highly recommend going that route.
- Plain yogurt: I made a Tziki sauce with it and put it on our greek turkey burgers. Impressed? You should be! Thumbs up from all RazZDoodles on that one.
- Blueberry yogurt: I had that after lunch and it was really good. Of course, I had it after gunning down a philly cheesesteak, so that makes the meal healthy, right?