Review: Two DELICIOUS new products from Stonyfield #stonyfieldblogger

I’m not going to even try to hide it – I’m always excited to try new Stonyfield products.  When a refrigerated box showed up on my front step a few weeks ago, I may have done a quick, and probably pretty embarrassing happy dance while I was opening it.  Inside was. . 

Stonyfield 100% Grassfed Yogurt and Whole Milk Organic Greek REVIEW

Ok, ok; so the truth is that is “kind of” what was inside.  There may have been more. . . and the large tub of Whole Milk Organic Greek I may have purchased on my own.  The rest was eaten before I had a chance to photograph it.  I’d insert the “embarrassed” face emoji here if I could.  


Stonyfield Organic 100% Grassfed Yogurt comes in four delicious flavors (plain, vanilla, blueberry and strawberry). What I truly appreciate about this yogurt is that it’s not overly sweet.  I can’t say it enough – I hate super sweet yogurt.  

As a major bonus, it’s also made from milk of 100% Grassfed cows (which not all products labeled as made from “grassfed” cows can claim).  My extremely picky three year old LOVES this yogurt, despite the fact that it’s not a “creamy” yogurt (read: it has pieces of fruit in it). 


Whole Milk Greek Yogurt

It’s always great hearing about companies that listen to their customers; turns out this yogurt is the result of your feedback!  The new Stonyfield Whole Milk Greek yogurt came about after so many customer requests.

And, it’s fantastic!  It still has everything that I love about Greek yogurt (more protein, less fat), however I find it to be milder than fat free yogurt.  Because of this, it’ll be great as a substitute for sour cream, heavy cream, and cream cheese in recipes that might benefit from a milder flavor.  

The plain whole milk organic greek yogurt is wonderful in smoothies; it blends up so nicely, to make a really creamy smoothie.  I can’t wait to try it in popsicle recipes this summer, where I’m hoping that the added fat will prevent the not-so-awesome ice crystals that can form as a result of using low fat or non-fat dairy products.  


In the meantime, you can find me enjoying my Organic Greek Yogurt with honey for breakfast or as an afternoon snack (with my favorite Weestructed mug) while simultaneously responding to (and eventually ignoring) my toddler who is still in the “why” stage and also removing from her mouth whatever my 8 month old found on the floor (despite just vacuuming – again).  I think I need a t’shirt that reads “fueled by COFFEE and Stonyfield.” :)

 This is a sponsored post, however all opinions are 100% our own.  I did receive Stonyfield yogurt to review as part of the Stonyfield Ambassador program.  We only ever work with companies we support and think you, our readers, will enjoy. For more information, please review our full disclosure policy here.

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