Limited batch flavors are available while supplies last for a limited time only. They’re creative, unexpected flavors for adult palates. The product is a blended, 2% milkfat Greek yogurt that’s all natural with live and active cultures.
* Green Tea (4 out of 5 stars): This was my favorite limited batch flavor. The texture was thick, smooth and creamy. The flavor was tangy and not too sweet with a hint of green tea flavor.
* Concord Grape (3 out of 5 stars): Smooth, thick and creamy without any grape bits (it’s flavored with grape puree and grape juice concentrate), it had the distinctive Concord grape flavor…which I’m not sure that I like that much.
I found Chobani Limited Batch Greek Yogurt at Target. One 5.3 oz cup is $1.14.
While I was at Target I decided to try Chobani Greek Yogurt Oats too. It was on sale for $1 a cup. One serving is also 5.3 oz. The yogurt is made with 1.5% milkfat milk and is 170 calories per serving. I tried the cranberry flavor. The oats are soft and chewy and they make it a more filling snack. It also had bits of cranberry. The yogurt was creamy and tangy but sweeter than I expected. The chewiness was okay but I would have preferred a crunchy topping. 3 out of 5 stars.
Chobani is coming out with interesting new products that are worth trying.
You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.
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