After trying a lot of different brands of 'light' yogurts, it was time to return to the one that started the trend - Yoplait Light. This was one of the first light yogurts I ever had, and it's still one of my favorites. There used to only be the standard Berry flavors, but now there are quite a few more 'indulgent' flavors, such as Apple Turnover Yogurt, Red Velvet Cake, Black Forest Cake and Pineapple Upside Down Cake, which is what I recently tried.
The flavor was rather pleasant, in fact, I liked it quite a lot. The yogurt is sweet and there was a strong taste of pineapple flavoring, but no hint of any artificial sweetener taste. I would have liked some little pineapple chunks mixed in there too though, but I knew full well that this wasn't a 'fruit on the bottom' yogurt, but I think the texture would have made a delightful difference.
Each 6 ounce serving of Yoplait Light Pineapple Upside Down Cake Yogurt provides 110 calories, no fat or fiber, 15 grams of sugars & 6 grams of protein. The sweeteners used are high fructose corn syrup & aspartame.
I regularly see the 6 ounce containers for $0.59 at Wal-mart, which is where I purchased mine from - that price really can't be beat! Yes, I like my Greek yogurt as much as the next person, and Chobani 2% All Natural Greek Yogurt (Pineapple) does taste delicious, but I'll also take the lower calories, sugars and price of Yoplait Light Pineapple Upside Down Cake Yogurt.