Hey, it’s October! As of yesterday. Wow, that was fast. Anyway, I ate something delicious last week and I wanted to share it with you. Today, it’s a Foodie Diary: Pumpkin Spice Chobani Greek Yogurt.
Okay, I’m a big fan of Chobani. I have called in the King of Greek Yogurts. I am an even bigger fan of pumpkin. I am that girl drinking her PSL, (that’s pumpkin spice latte, if you’re new,) eating pumpkin munchkins, (and those are donut holes, if you’re not from my region,) and trying make as many things with pumpkin in them as humanly possible– pies, tortellini, waffles, name it. Girls like me get a lot of flack for this, and sometimes we deserve it. When I stumbled across this pumpkin spice greek yogurt, I immediately knew I’d have to try it.
In spite of my immediate attraction to this pumpkin treat, I had major reservations. I’m used to opening up a yogurt and having to mix it up; it never looks pretty. Usually, you have to combine the fruit and yogurt before eating to make it more delicious. I wasn’t expecting the light orange yogurt that greeted me. I’m glad I didn’t have to mix up pumpkin chunks, though!
The first bite was weird, because again, I’m not really sure what I was expecting, but the aftertaste was immediately delicious. I pretty much inhaled this yogurt! It’s not an artificial taste. It’s very pumpkin pie meets greek yogurt, and I highly recommend it!
Since it’s limited batch, I went back to the supermarket last weekend to grab a few more– I had only bought one since I just wanted to try it. Sadly, there weren’t any left! I’ve heard the limited batch is supposed to run through the end of the year, so you can bet I’ll be checking back!
If you’re a pumpkin fan and you see this in stores– grab it! Grab a few!
I’ve also ventured into the Pumpkin Spice flavored Milano cookies, which taste good, but kind of remind me of candles…
I’m, of course, looking for more pumpkin things to eat. Recommendations?!