Well look at the Yoplait people trying to pose as the Greeks. Isn’t it kinda late to be riding this train? As more people catch on to fitness, the love of Greek Yogurt is catching fire. So I wonder, does Yoplait pass the Greek Yogurt litmus tests?
Is it thick & luscious? Absolutely NOT! You might get fooled when you stir it ’round with your spoon, but stick some into your Food Trap and the slightly thick consistency loses all integrity and converts to a regular-normal yogurt experience. Boo!
Is it protein packed? Kinda. But 12 grams of protein still falls short compared to the powerhouses Chobani and Fage. Hiss!
What about the fruit? There is zero real fruit on the bottom, and by far my biggest disappointment. It is fruit-colored. No stirring necessary. Reminds me of Trix yogurt.
How does it taste? It tastes okay. Not bad, but not sensational. Nothing special about it. It’s lower in sugar, so it’s like a toned-down Trix yogurt flavor experience. And it doesn’t have the tangy sour kick that REAL Greek yogurt has for you to dress up as you please. Bah!
If I want to waste money on a gamble, I’m more likely to do it at worldpokertour.com than on this food mutation. Anyone who claims this Yogurt is super-duper sensational among the family of Greek Yogurt powerhouses either got it for free and maybe feels pressured to do a good review, or they simply aren’t a Greek Yogurt connoisseur – like me.
I’ll eat it if its laying around. Like you do with free food at the office. But its not really Greek. Yoplait should stop being fake.
- Price Paid: $0.99
- Serving Size: one, 6-ounce container
- Calories: 130
- Fat Calories: 0
- Total Fat: 0g
- Sodium: 95mg
- Carbs: 19g
- Sugars: 18g
- Protein: 12g
YUM UP! to: Chobani and Fage.
YUCK DOWN to: Food posing as Greek when its NOT!