Only whole milk, cream and cultures go through the unique straining process to create this blissful, low-calorie taste experience called Fage Greek Yogurt (pronounced Fa’ Yeh).
This isn’t your usual kind of yogurt, you know the ones that want you to think you’ve picked up a slice of red velvet cake or key lime pie. Fage Greek Yogurt is a whole new experience; creamy, thick, and unless you buy it flavored it comes plain. Plain doesn’t mean tasteless, many times it’s simply better if you pump up the flavors yourself with fresh fruits and other ingredients rather than buying the fake flavors that come in many brands. Or if your one of those people who prefers the “less sweet” leave it as is and enjoy.
I am loving the the fact that there’s several variations available including 0% fat free which makes this a great replacement for sour cream. Or even better for my huge addiction to ranch dressing which we use a lot of in my household. Ranch Dressing is 160 calories for 2 tablespoons and the Fage Greek Yogurt 0% is 100 calories for 6 oz. Let’s not forget it’s also a powerful source of protein with 18g of protein in each serving.
There are so many ways to cook with this yogurt; creamy pesto chicken, Tzatziki sauce on baked fish, or blended with hot jalapeno’s to top off Dad’s Chili. Of course there’s nothing wrong with keeping it simple by mixing fruit preserves with splenda or Agave Nectar for a quick desert. It really doesn’t matter how you use this yogurt because it’s YUMMY every single time!
I give this product 5 out of 5 stars.
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