As it was obviously a cooled product so I knew when it was coming. We saw the UPS truck pull up and pull out a box. Then another. Then another. Then yet another. These were not small boxes. The UPS dude was chuckling as he wheeled the Chobani yogurt up to the door.
"Are you going on a yogurt diet or something?", he asked.
I brought them into the living room and just kinda stared at them for about 30 minutes saying, "Holy cow that is a LOT of yogurt!"
I opened a box to find 3 boxes of 12 yogurts. That's 36 yogurts per box. With the 4 boxes that is 144 tubs of yogurt.
I had 144 Chobani yogurts in my living room.
I knew that it wouldn't all fit in my refrigerator, I made a plan to give a bunch to some friends. I did manage to get more in the refrigerator than I thought. I ended up giving 5 of the 12 boxes away. That left me with 84 yogurts in my refrigerator. Good thing we love Chobani!
We kinda went a little crazy with breakfast parfaits. We made several different kinds and they were all so, so good. The possibilities are endless.
My son loved the Black Cherry Chobani yogurt, fresh cherries and corn flakes.
I made a bunch of the parfaits with Honey Nut Chex cereal as it is gluten free!
Apple Cinnamon Parfait
Apple Cinnamon Chobani Yogurt
1 whole apple, diced
Cinnamon toast crunch cereal
Pineapple Almond Parfait
Pineapple Chobani Yogurt
Honey Bunches of Oat with Almonds
Fresh pineapple, diced
Honey Strawberry Parfait
Strawberry or Strawberry Banana Chobani Yogurt
Honey Nut Cheerios
Fresh strawberries, sliced
Lemon Blueberry Parfait (not pictured, we ate it too fast!)
Lemon Chobani Yogurt
Honey Nut Chex Cereal
Passion Fruit Smoothie
Passion Fruit Chobani Yogurt
Fresh or frozen fruit, we used strawberries, frozen pineapple core and a blueberry raspberry mix
Mix yogurt, fruit and a bit of milk and process in a food processor. Add milk until desired consistency.