The shape of the Chobani Flip Greek Yogurt stood out among the sea of round containers in the yogurt aisle of the supermarket. It's divided into 2 triangular sections, one of which houses the yogurt with flecks of chocolate scattered throughout, and the other has the fruit mixture - in this case Raspberry.
The yogurt is sweet, thick and creamy, but the chocolate bits sprinkled throughout tasted a bit waxy to me and did nothing to help out the flavor. But the addition of the raspberry mix-in made up for this, and I thoroughly enjoyed my Chobani Flip. Something about the shape of the container made me want to use this yogurt as a dip - and I cut up an apple and dunked each slice in the yogurt ... it's so delicious this way, and a nice way to get in a serving of fruit in the diet.
Each 5.3 ounce container of Chobani Flip Raspberry Choco Fix Greek Yogurt provides 150 calories, 10 grams of protein but 17 grams of sugars. The label says that there's only natural ingredients, which includes low fat yogurt (cultured pasteurized non-fat milk, cream live and active cultures), raspberries, evaporated cane juice, chocolate splits (chocolate, cocoa butter, sugar), natural flavors, pectin, locus bean gum, fruit and vegetable juice concentrate (for color).
While I did enjoy the taste and innovative package design of Chobani Flip Raspberry Choco Fix Greek Yogurt - there is 3 grams more protein in YoCrunch Yopa Authentic Greek Non-Fat Yogurt, so I have to give it the slight edge, since both cost around the same price ($1.00).
Have you tried CHobani Greek Yogurt already? What's your favorite flavor?