The Anderson Erickson brand has 3.5 grams of fat, 10 grams carbs and 16 grams of protein in a 6 ounce container and has been on sale for 89 cents. My usual Blue Bunny raspberry rhapsody has no fat, 12 carb grams and 6 grams of protein. I prefer the Blue Bunny texture for breakfast yogurt.
Ummm... I cut 95% of the sugar out of my life a good ten years ago. It's the texture that is a turnoff for me, not the taste. I think perhaps using it in place of mayo or sour cream would be more to my liking.
Greek yogurt is becoming easier to find in the grocery store and the prices have dropped significantly. I like the idea of using it as a mayo replacement - I will try that although I've used a light mayo for decades. I feel like I am eating full fat sour cream or mayo when I eat greek yogurt. I had some this morning with fresh blueberries, almonds and sweetened with splenda. It was a little more tolerable...must be an acquired taste.
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