Thursday, February 28, 2013
Ever since I discovered Greek yogurt a couple of years ago, I've pretty much abandoned any other kind of yogurt -- with one exception. I still love runny, European style yogurt, but it's really difficult to find yogurt with the right texture in the US. The only kind I could find with a nice runny texture and great taste is Wallaby yogurt. I could eat their Vanilla Bean Nonfat or Lowfat Organic Yogurt all day!
So when I attended the FoodBuzz Festival in October last year and discovered that Wallaby had come up with their own Greek yogurt, I knew I had to try it. My favorite kind of yogurt and my favorite yogurt brand, finally coming together! I knew I would love it, and I was not disappointed.
Wallaby's new Organic Greek yogurt line have the thick texture of authentic strained Greek yogurt, and taste so creamy, it's hard to believe they're either low fat or nonfat. They come in Plain Nonfat or Plain Low Fat varieties, so you can use them as a substitute for sour cream or cream in lots of recipes like enchiladas, curries, soups and sauces. I like to sweeten them with honey or fruit for a sweet taste without having to add white sugar!
For the photo above, I mixed Wallaby Plain Nonfat Organic Greek Yogurt with crushed pineapples, then topped the mixture with more crushed pineapples, a drizzle of honey and a sprinkling of granola. It tasted sooo goood.....
For this photo, I topped Wallaby Plain Low Fat Organic Greek Yogurt with blueberries and granola. Again, amazing.
For on-the-go yumminess, Wallaby also makes individual packs of Organic Greek Nonfat Yogurt with fruit toppings. These come in a two-part cup: the yogurt and toppings are separate so you can control how much of the fruit you want to add to your yogurt. There are quite a few varieties of toppings including honey, raspberry, mixed berry and my current favorite, orange. I've never tried this flavor before and I love the citrusy taste!
Would you like to receive coupons for free or discounted Wallaby Organic Greek yogurt? Just leave a comment on this post with your favorite yogurt flavor, and I'll pick one winner on March 15 to send the coupons to. Good luck!
Disclosure: I received coupons for free and discounted samples of Wallaby Greek Yogurt to facilitate my review, but have not been paid to review the product or give my opinions. Wallaby will be providing the coupons for the giveaway. The views and opinions expressed here are my own.