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Thanks to my husband, my youngest loves Greek yogurt. Loves it. And it is all because her daddy eats Greek yogurt and a banana for breakfast everyday. From the time she could eat yogurt he has shared a bite of his Greet yogurt and banana every morning. Now she wants her own Greek yogurt so I was thrilled to discover Chobani Kids and Chobani Tots.
Real Greek yogurt in kid-sized portions with Doc McStuffins on the package no less. (No, I don’t buy them just because Doc is on them, but it sure is a nice bonus because Sissy gets very excited over Doc!)
What I love about Chobani Kids is that they are made with natural ingredients. The same great ingredients in dad’s Chobani. Along side live and active cultures with probiotics are real fruits and vegetables – in flavors kids love. Oh and chocolate, can’t forget the chocolate Chobani kids – a big hit in this house.
As an added bonus because Chobani Kids is made with Greek yogurt it has twice the protein and 25% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt. That means Sissy gets the protein she needs for a busy day at preschool, alongside her banana, of course. (BTW – she only eats half of a banana for breakfast.)
Save on Chobani Kids with a $.75 off coupon from Chobani Kids Savings.
Which Chobani flavor would your kids love the most?
Amanda W. says
These look delicious! I didn’t know that they made these. Perfect for on the go crazy mornings!
Cathy French says
This is a great idea for kids especially the packaging to avoid messes
Sharon Rooney says
These would be perfect for those crazy work mornings when everyone is running late or for early morning travel.
Natalie Brown says
I didn’t know that they made these. They sound delicious! I wouldn’t mind having them as well as keeping them on hand for my grandson. Thanks for the tasty information. 🙂
keely hostetter says
I haven’t seen these in our stores yet. My kids would love them!
Where did you get the Doc Mcstuffins ones? And have you see then recently in the store?
We found them at Publix (our local grocery store), but this was last October. 🙁 Sorry!