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Oui Yogurt by Yoplait. Simply DELICIOUS!



Have you guys tried OUI yogurt yet?

 OH MY GOSH YOU HAVE TO!! It is DELICIOUS!

This isn't the first jar I've had. Last month we discovered this yogurt at our .99 Store in San Luis Obispo and they were selling it 2 for $1. Yes, you read that right and I'm almost scared to state that on here for fear it will cause a run on the store! I know you guys think that if it's in a .99 Store, something must be wrong with it, but that isn't so. These are in date, sealed properly and absolutely perfect.

Oui yogurt, made by General Mills and Yoplait, currently comes in comes in eight flavors: strawberryblueberryblack cherryvanillacoconutlemonpeach, and plain. The yogurt is also non-gmo, gluten free and lightly sweetened with cane sugar in the fruited varieties. It is made using whole milk rather than reduced or no fat, a long culturing time and two kinds of fermenting cultures; L. Bulgaricus and S. Thermophilus. I've tried all of the flavors over the last couple of months and my favorites are the lemon, coconut and blueberry. And today, for the first time, I tried Plain. Now that is scary business for me because I've had a lot of plain yogurt and some yogurt is just way to tart for me. I used half of the jar in a banana bread recipe to replace the sour cream and then ate the other half.... plain. It was so good I practically licked out the jar! 

Here is a link to the nutrition information on a jar of the plain yogurt. Since we are watching our carbs, I like that it only has 8 in the entire jar. The fat content is also not a problem on our Keto diet. AND it has 15% of daily calcium needs, which becomes more important as we age. 

So if you're looking for a good little snack, breakfast item with fresh fruit, yes, even a dessert that is on the healthier side, look no more. Go pick up a few jars of your favorite flavors and give it a try. You will NOT be disappointed!

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