Welcome to day 14 of Tag Sale Tastes’ Pumpkinpalooza!
This morning I had a Chobani Greek Yogurt “Flip” Pumpkin Harvest Crisp, described as “pumpkin low-fat yogurt with pie crust pieces, pecans and glazed pumpkin seeds.”
The ingredient list was promising, and included pumpkin puree, pecans, and pumpkin seeds :
I like Chobani yogurt, but had never tried one of their “Flips.” The idea is that the toppings are in their own separate compartment, and you flip them over on top of the yogurt:OK — ready, set, “flip”
Well, that was a little anticlimactic. Not so much flip, as dump.
Mix ‘er up and you’re ready to go:
I liked this yogurt. It wasn’t too sweet, and had a nice yogurt tang. It had a creamy texture, not the hair-gel like texture of some of the “other” yogurts (yes Yoplait, I’m talking about you.) It could benefit from a little more pumpkin, though, and I really need my pumpkin products to be more orange. The mix-ins added a flavorful crunch, with a whisper of spice. Although it will never replace blueberry fruit-on-the-bottom Chobani in my book, it was nice for a little seasonal change.
You can learn more about Chobani yogurt here (did you know, for example, that it is made from all-natural non-GMO ingredients, has no preservatives, and has three types of probiotics?)
Rating: 4 pumpkins (out of 5)