It's been all Yogurt Reviews this week (and last week), and I wonder if I saved the best for last. I got no strange looks at the grocery store when I bought 10 different brands and flavors of yogurt, and the last one left standing is Oikos Nonfat Greek Pomegranate Yogurt.
This is one of the thickest Greek yogurt I've tried! That's the first thing I thought as I stirred it up - this is not a "fruit on the bottom" type as everything is already mixed together. I really enjoyed the flavor, it's berrylicious (yes, that's what this "pomegranate" flavor tasted like to me), sweet and tart. If I had any complaints, it would be that it's a little too sweet, and it definitely encouraged me to drink a 16 ounce glass of water when I was done. I wouldn't mind them cutting down on the ungodly amount of sugars - 20 grams in a 5.3 ounce serving has to be one of the highest numbers I've seen for Greek yogurts, which tend to come in around 15-17 grams in a 5.3 ounce container. A serving of Oikos Greek Nonfat Pomegranate Yogurt also provides 130 calories and 12 grams of protein.
This amount of sugar is a total splurge, so if you're buying this - which cost me $1.00 - then hopefully, your sugar intake throughout the rest of the day isn't high.