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Sep 12, 2012 05:46 AM

Greek yogurt

Just tried the Chobani blood orange yogurt. Exceptional. You could spoon it into martini glasses and serve it for dessert at a dinner party.

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  1. Apparently making its first appearance where I am in the world later this month (only a few stores of one supermarket chain - and not the one I use)

    1. You could if you wanted your guests to think 'Nice party, lousy dessert.'

      1. Are you posting an advertisement? It's certainly not a question.

        1. Hmmm, I do NOT like Chobani at all in general, would possibly consider trying the blood orange flavor. I'm a Fage girl.

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          1. re: tiffeecanoe

            I don't like Chobani at all, and I much prefer plain Fage and real fresh fruit to the typically overly sweet additions manufacturers make. This product has 19 grams of sugar and 14 grams of protein. I think dessert might be the only time for it!

            1. re: tiffeecanoe

              +1 Yep Fage plain please. I'll add my fresh fruit, honey, or home made james myself.

              But I also use plain Fage for coleslaw, sour cream topping, and smooties.

            2. @brooktroutchaser, have you tried the Chobani chocolate version yet?

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              1. re: HillJ

                They mAke a chocolate flavor?? Haven't seen it!
                I like the passion fruit, black cherry, and pineapple flavors.

                Oikos yogurts are also great. We like honey, key lime, peach, and pineapple.

                I buy the Kirkland plain Greek yogurt in larger containers

                1. re: cheesecake17

                  Yup. I've only seen the vanilla & chocolate flavors in the larger sized tubs in my local Stop & Shop but the chocolate is a brand-new flavor. The only Chobani I haven't enjoyed is ....honey-I'd rather add my own real honey or honeycomb. Oikos I haven't really tried that much but I have used the plain Oikos in muffin recipes. The Kirkland & Fage from Costco I buy on a regular basis. And I also enjoy the Trader Joe's Greek yogurts.

                  But keep an eye out for the chocolate-I was very surprised how much I liked it.

                  1. re: HillJ

                    I went to several stores today in search of apple cinnamon for my husband. I was told that the company rotates through making each flavor and Apple cinnamon, passion fruit, and vanilla are all sold out right now. While I was there I asked about the chocolate and they said its hopefully coming in soon.

                    My husband loves the trader joes Greek yogurts in the re-closeable containers.

                  2. re: cheesecake17

                    I buy the Kirkland plain also and use it a lot instead of sour cream to make great muffins.

                          1. re: cheesecake17

                            here it is.....  My Favorite Muffins


                            2 eggs
                            1 cup white sugar
                            1/2 cup vegetable oil (1/4 cup veg oil plus 1/4 cup non-sweetened applesauce also works)
                            1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
                             (optional to add additional extract like orange, cinnamon, etc - 1/2 teaspoon)
                            2 cups all-purpose flour
                            1/2 teaspoon salt
                            1/2 teaspoon baking soda
                            1 cup non fat plain Greek yogurt (or sour cream)
                            1 cup total of any or mixture of a couple - blueberries, dried blueberries, dried cherries, chopped cranberries, dried cranberries, pecans, walnuts

                            Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Grease 12 muffin cups or line with paper muffin liners.
                            In a small  bowl, stir together flour, salt and baking soda.

                            In large bowl beat eggs, gradually add sugar while beating. Continue beating while slowly pouring in oil. (pour in applesauce if using) Stir in vanilla. 

                            Stir dry ingredients into egg mixture alternately with yogurt. Gently fold in blueberries. Scoop batter into prepared muffin cups.

                            Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes.  Cool in pan 10 minutes.  Remove from pan and let cool completely. (15 minutes for convection oven)

                            You can wrap each muffin separately and freeze.  

                            For chocolate muffins, decrease flour to 1 1/2 cups and add 1/4 cup cocoa.
                            L,Substitute 1 cup chocolate chips for fruit.  Toss chips with a little of the flour to prevent them from sinking.