• It’s Friday, we should break up – ALL OTHER YOGURTS

    I’m a little late to the party, I realize, but this week, for the first time, I finally tried the whole Greek yogurt thing.

    It was on sale at the grocery store, and I found some that only had 100 calories instead of a bajillion.

    I had the lovely blueberry, pictured above, the first day. The yogurt is thick and creamy, and has more tang than regular yogurt. It comes with the yogurt in one compartment and the fruit in another. I didn’t realize that I was supposed to be dipping from one side to the other, so in typical American fashion, I just spooned the fruit over into the yogurt and stirred it up.

    Blueberry was good. Unfortunately, when I opened the blueberry side of things, it shot blueberry juice all over the boob of my white tank top. But I pressed on, determined not to hold that against it. I didn’t regret it. It was good.

    The next day I had strawberry, and I learned my lesson about opening the fruit side. No fruit-splattered boob that day!

    This morning? I TRIED HONEY!* Okay, first let me say that the honey variety has more calories, which I didn’t realize until after I’d inhaled it. It’s. Totally. Worth it. I may never eat any other yogurt again. I still didn’t realize I was supposed to be dipping things, so I spooned all the glorious honey (about two tablespoons) into the yogurt and stirred it into a creamy bit of heaven.

    From the first taste, I was hooked. I ate the whole thing in 3.5 seconds flat, and it’s a good thing I don’t have another one, or I would make it my bitch, too. How have I missed out on this for so long?

    Between this and nutella? I may not need anything else (besides sushi, let’s be real).

    “Normal” yogurt? You’re out. It’s been fun, but I have a new love.

    *The honey kind only has two ingredients. Yogurt and honey. The fruit varieties all have added sugar and such. EVEN MORE WIN!


  1. Laura says:

    Just wanted to say that I totally agree about the greek yogurt and honey. AND if you want to save money, you can just buy a giant thing of greek yogurt and a cute bear of honey. Just saying. Yes, I’m commenting from Tahiti because I miss you and feel that strongly about greek yogurt and honey.

    ALSO… if you really want to get crazy, you can buy a thing of greek yogurt and a bottle of agave nectar. Better for you than honey (so I’ve heard), and delicious.

    Miss you like woah!

  2. Alissa says:

    Had to buy this Friday afternoon after you were talking about it. Husband says it was kind of like eating sour cream for breakfast. Like you were doing dirty. I thought it was pretty funny.

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