I was a serious food geek, letting out a little squeal of delight when I spotted the seasonal, Stonyfield Farm Raspberry Lemonade Organic Yogurt on the shelves of Whole Foods. The flavor sounded enticing, and although Stonyfield yogurts have been a hit or miss here on Iateapie.net, I knew this was a must try item and I quickly scooped it up.
This flavor tastes almost like a vanilla or light raspberry flavored yogurt. The raspberry lemonade essence subtly radiates through each bite making for an extremely refreshing, perfectly smooth and creamy treat. If you are accustomed to fat free yogurt, you will definitely taste the delightful creaminess and difference in Stonyfield Farms' low fat version; as it is not gluey and full of gums and thickeners.
Each 6 ounce container of Stonyfield Farm Raspberry Lemonade Organic Yogurt provides 130 calories, 1.5 grams of total fat which includes 1 gram of saturated fat (2% & 5% of the daily value), 105 mg of sodium (4% of the DV), 7 grams of protein no fiber and 20 grams of sugar. There is also about a quarter of your Calcium & Vitamin D requirement for the day (and when consumed together, the Vitamin D aids in your Calcium absorption). The ingredient list could not be more straight forward (100% Organic): Cultured Pasteurized Low Fat Milk, Naturally Milled Sugar, Natural Flavor, Pectin, Carrot Juice Concentrate (for color), Vitamin D3 and their exclusive blend of 6 Live Active Cultures).
I am only giving Stonyfield Farm Raspberry Lemonade Organic Yogurt 4 kisses because I would like to see the refreshing flavor just a tad more potent. However, if I see this variety again for a reasonable price (I paid $0.79 at Whole Foods), I would surely buy it as a refreshing treat. This flavor comes out in the summer, and in the Fall, it's replaced by Pumpkin yogurt which I can't wait to try.