I am a Greek yogurt devotee. I talk a lot on this blog about foods I love, and I know I’ve given a little air time already to Greek yogurt, but I always happy to give it another shout out. It was a life-saving snack when I was pregnant and had gestational diabetes, and it’s become a staple in my low carb, gluten free baking repertoire. It adds moisture to cakes and muffins, just like regular yogurt. But it also does something a lot more. Gluten is a protein, and in it’s absence, other proteins are needed to give a baked good structure. Greek yogurt has a remarkable amount of protein, and I’ve found it immensely useful in my baking. I always, always have some Greek yogurt on hand, either for baking or for plain old eating.
A few months ago, I had the chance to review the new Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt and I instantly became a fan. It was rich and creamy, and I soon realized why I liked it so much…it wasn’t fat free! It was made with 2% milk and I personally give that a big thumbs up. Our society focuses far too much on fat free and the truth is….that isn’t good for you. I am not big on proselytizing about a low carb diet, because I feel that everyone has to come to it on their own. But with all the reading and research I have done on my own, I have come to believe that fat is not the issue here. Carbs are. So I applaud Wallaby for bucking the trend and not going completely fat free with their yogurt.
I liked it so much, I asked them to be a part of my month-long Birthday/Blogiversary celebrations and they agreed. I have, in my hot little hands, 15 coupons for FREE cups of Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt. I will be choosing 3 winners this time, each of whom will receive 5 coupons so that they can try every flavour. Personally, I say just get the plain and add your own berries or toppings. But hey, once they leave my hands, you may choose to do with them as you wish!
I also have another fantastic recipe coming up using Greek yogurt. I can’t post it today because I haven’t managed to get any photos yet, but it was a big old experiment and it worked out amazingly well. I may get it up over the weekend or it may have to wait until Monday. But stay tuned for that.
1. Open to residents of the continental United States (sorry, peeps, but I don’t think Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurt is available elsewhere yet)
2. Leave me a comment telling me what you like to use Greek yogurt for…snacking? Baking? Cooking? Moisturizing your skin? (kidding, although I bet it would be good for that)
3. For additional entries you may (come back and comment so I know you did it!)
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4. Contest will run until midnight on Wednesday, March 28th, at which time a winner will be chosen at random. If you have not left me your contact information and I have no way of tracking you down, I will choose a new winner.