If you’ve never tried Noosa yoghurt, I understand. It’s expensive, and obviously pretentious because it’s not spelled yogurt (actually, it’s because it’s Australian-style). But it is soooo good. I think it typically runs around $2.59 per single serving container, but I NEVER buy it unless it’s on sale…preferably marked down for quick sale.
I’m willing to pay $2 or less for it, and I think it’s worth that because I usually make it last for 2 servings. It’s really thick and creamy, and has a ton of flavor and fruit swirl, so I mix half with plain yogurt and save the rest for the next day (also mixed with plain yogurt). I prefer to do that because it’s actually sweeter than I like, and with 35 grams of sugar, it’s clearly WAY too sweet to pretend it’s healthy (…like the ice cream I just ate is…). Yogurt typically has 10+ grams of sugar because of the natural sugar in milk, but since I usually just eat plain yogurt with some fresh fruit, anything much more than that is too much to me. It’s definitely an indulgent yogurt (er, yoghurt), so it’s not something I buy very often.
There are several flavors and I’d usually buy the blueberry (shocker, right?), tart cherry, raspberry, or strawberry rhubarb, depending on what the store carried, but one time I found lemon and decided to give it a shot. It immediately became my favorite, even though I’m not a huge lemon fan. It tastes like lemon meringue pie (without the pie part, which I can’t eat anyway). It’s definitely my go-to flavor now.
I did just check out the Noosa website and found that they have a ton more flavors that I didn’t know about, including Mexican Chocolate (sounds better than it prob is), Sweet Mango Chili and a few other fruit/hot pepper combos (doesn’t sound good for breakfast), Blood Orange, Key Lime, and Passion Fruit.
This isn’t a sponsored post…I wasn’t paid to write about this, though I’d be happy to be paid to write about it.