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Wow Was I Surprised About Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt

As you know, I LOVE ice cream. And I mean the real stuff. If it's skinny, low fat or labeled 'healthy' I usually by-pass it. If I want ice cream, I want the real deal.

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So, when I kept seeing advertisements for Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt, I honestly didn't give it much thought. I mean, come on, it's Frozen Greek Yogurt and that just didn't appeal to me. But since I'm trying to cut out some of the sweets in my diet, I thought maybe I should give Yasso a try.

I'll admit as I was putting my Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt (blueberry flavor) in the freezer, I was thinking that it was probably a waste because I just couldn't see myself enjoying it.

And truthfully I was probably snarling my nose a little when I started unwrapping it. I took a little nibble, like a child who is skeptical of trying a new food. "Hmmm... that wasn't bad." So I took a bigger bite. "You know, this isn't bad at all. In fact, this is pretty good." This was not what I expected! Instead I found that the Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt was actually really good. I liked everything about it. It had the texture of ice cream as it was creamy. Yet, it was only 80 calories and had 6 grams of protein. It does contain 12 grams of sugar. But for me, the protein, calorie content and active cultures outweigh the sugar.

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Lil Man and I went to the grocery store today to stock up the freezer. Our local grocery store had a sale of buy one get one free. I couldn't pass that up!

After lunch today, I decided to have one for dessert. I let Lil Man have a taste. BIG MISTAKE! He loved it. In fact, he loved it so much that he ate the entire bar, (that I was eating) and then cried for more.

So Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt is a big hit here in the Glass Household. I'm glad that I gave it a try. Because now I can satisfy my sweet tooth along with getting a healthy dose of protein. This is something that I am very  happy about.

If you haven't tried Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt yet, I encourage you to give it a try. I wasn't disappointed, and I have a feeling you won't be either.

Full Disclosure: Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt provided me with a coupon for a free product  for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience. 


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    1. Me too! And my Lil Man wound up eating 2 of them yesterday. I'm going to have to hide if I don't want to share :)


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