YoCrunch's trademark is the little container on top with some crunchies that you can add to the yogurt. Traditionally it was granola, but now there are containers with Oreos, M&Ms & even Butterfinger crumbles! But, I wanted to try a traditional variety this time, so I picked up a 6 ounce container of YoCrunch Strawberry Banana Low-fat Yogurt to try out.
The taste is so sweet, with a little hint of tartness, but nothing in the way of banana. There were a FEW bits of berries scattered throughout the yogurt, reppin' the strawberries, but the overall flavor was a generic SWEET yogurt. In fact, this reminded me a lot of Yoplait Original 99% Fat Free Cherry Orchard Yogurt (Review) - both are very sweet, so don't let the "low fat yogurt" spiel fool you.
Each 6 ounce container of YoCrunch Strawberry Banana Low-fat Yogurt provides 180 calories from 2 grams of fat, 1 gram of which is saturated (3% and 5% of the daily value), 1 gram of fiber (4% of the DV), 6 grams of protein and 26 grams of sugars.
The ingredients list (which can be seen at the product website) is surprisingly not very lengthy, but for those concerned, it does contain high fructose corn syrup, no artificial sugars or colors.
Although the YoCrunch Greek Non-Fat Yogurt (Peach) Review doesn't taste as good, I would prefer to have it - with almost twice the amount of protein, 1 gram more fiber and 7 grams less fat plus 6 grams less sugars - all at 10 calories less.