A few weeks ago I was invited by the great folks at Chobani to an afternoon of cooking at the Chopping Block. When you put Chobani, Chopping Block and cooking together, I’m all about it. At the event, we were going to have the opportunity to taste all four flavors of the new Chobani Champions, the first Greek yogurt made just for kids.
Sidebar: I LOVE Chobani Greek yogurt. I have it almost every morning for breakfast. Peach is my favorite flavor and I love to throw a few slivered almonds in it to give it some crunch. I was so excited to see a variety made just for kids, because Mia loves yogurt.
But I was totally bummed, my family was going to be out of town the weekend of this fun event. Sadly, I had to decline.
Lo and behold, a few weeks later, a box appears on my front doorstep.
When I opened it up there were cases upon cases of Chobani Champions. I have to admit, I was dying to try the new Vanilla Chocolate Chunk, so my husband and I tore right into a box and sampled it. It was the perfect amount of chocolate bits to compliment the creamy vanilla yogurt. It makes a great dessert and we actually hide this flavor and save it for the adults.
Mia has been enjoying the other flavors – Orange Vanilla, Honey Vanilla (her favorite) and Verry Berry. She’ll eat a container for breakfast with a side of cut up fruit, or have a serving for her afternoon snack.
I love Chobani Champions because:
- I know it fills her up (it’s packed with protein)
- It doesn’t contain any processed ingredients along with artificial colors, preservatives, flavors, and sweeteners.
- It’s made with milk that is not treated with rBST. This is a huge rule in our home – only diary products from cows that are rBST free. I’m raising two girls – we’ll have enough hormones in this house.
I was going to serve my product samples at Mia’s third birthday party, but on second thought we decided to keep it all to ourselves. It was just too good to let out of our fridge.
Disclosure: As mentioned, I received Chobani Champions courtesy of Chobani. All opinions expressed on this blog are my own.