This story was sponsored by Yoplait, but the best Greek yogurt was determined by me.
We are big Greek yogurt eaters in our house. We like it for it’s thickness, it’s not-to-sweetness and it’s slightly tartness. (Yes, made up words). We’ve know of Chobani and enjoyed it on many occasions, but did you know that Yoplait has their own blended Greek yogurt?
Yoplait asked us to have a #TasteOff and try both brands of Greek yogurt and determine which we like better (do we agree with nearly 2 out of 3 Americans that prefer Yoplait over Chobani?)
Upon opening them, without any stirring, I was drawn more to the Yoplait. I could see the blueberries in whole form right away. I had to mix up the Chobani to see the blueberries.
I enlisted the help of my youthful taste-testers. They are much cuter eating then I am (however, I tried them out, too).
I asked N to try both of them and let me know her thoughts. First the Chobani.
Then the Yoplait.
I also enlisted E’s help. Hers were in the same order. Chobani on the right first, then Yoplait on the left.
It’s hard to tell here, but E finished off the one on the right (Chobani) and asked for more.
I asked N to point to the one she liked better, also Chobani. Of course, getting her to articulate why she liked it better? Not so easy.
After trying both of the yogurts, I have mixed feelings. However, if I have to pick, I prefer the Chobani as well. It’s thicker and has a little more of a tart taste. It’s also not nearly as sweet tasting as the Yoplait. I felt like the Yoplait was much sweeter and tasted more like traditional yogurt, of which I’m not a fan.
In our house? Chobani wins.