The Crazy Suburban Mom: Greek Yogurt, Yum...

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Greek Yogurt, Yum...

A day after I posted about making my Roasted butternut squash honeycrisp apple soup recipe I got an email asking if I wanted to try Brown Cow Greek yogurt.

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Since one of the ways I serve that soup is with a dollop of
Greek yogurt... Yep, for sure, I wanted to try it.

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Brown Cow Farm sent me a few coupons for some free ones (just keeping it real). And it goooooood - thick and creamy and it doesn't have that sour yogurt thing going on...All the things that make me love Greek yogurt.

Plus it's a lot cheaper than the brand I was buying. Twenty-five percent cheaper - and that is huge. Something I never would have known without the coupons. I saw that brand before and figured the prices between brands were about the same and didn't even look. Shows how much I know about how to comparison shop at a grocery store, I won't make that mistake again.

An excellent lesson learned.

Anyway, it was a great addition to my soup but my all time fave way to eat Greek yogurt is drizzled with honey and sprinkled with slivered almonds. Best dessert ever.

There are some e-coupons on their website here if you want to check out several kinds of yogurt that Brown Cow Farms makes.

4 Comments:

@eloh 11/14/09, 9:10 PM  

So, after you posted about the butternut squash... I NEEDED one.

I roasted it yesterday... ahhh fall harvest.

I'll have to give this a try. Thanks for the new ideas.

Lynette 11/14/09, 9:15 PM  

i will have to try this but first i have to see if we actually have any our lil town is quite limited

Maureen 11/14/09, 10:46 PM  

Up until recently I was only able to get Greek yogurt at Whole Foods but now it's carried in most grocery stores. Mmmmm......tzatziki. Greek yogurt, garlic, cucumber sauce on a pita filled with grilled chicken, tomatoes, lettuce and whatever else tickles your fancy.

The Crazy Suburban Mom 11/15/09, 11:22 AM  

eloh - I hope you liked it. I love roasted butternut squash - you can do that with acorn too but acorn isnt as sweet.

Lynette - We've had it for maybe 5 years but its a newer kind of yogurt.

Maureen - that sounds really REALLY good!

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