Chobani yogurts make a constant and regular appearance in my fridge. They’re generally absolutely delicious, so I figured I’d start putting them on the blog. We’re hitting things off with the Perfect Peach Cobbler Flip.
For those of you used to yogurts in UK supermarkets, you’ll see this and instantly go: It’s a Müller Corner!
And you’re right, but you’re also wrong…
Because Chobani pull off corner yogurts so much better than Müller can manage.
The Flip range from Chobani is like a master class in how to create and deliver deliciously rich, fun and interesting yogurts.
While I won’t bother with Müller in the UK, these products are my addiction here in the USA. Not only do they come in a range of interesting flavours, Chobani also produce lower sugar and dairy free versions too. So many bases are covered. I could easily spend a month showing you just yogurts.
I also really like the brand itself, from the look to the story and the ethos.
He called the company Chobani, “shepherd” in Turkish, to endow it with the hard-working and compassionate spirit of the mountain farmer. | Chobani
In 2017, we implemented a new paid parental leave policy, offering 100% paid parental leave for six weeks for all full-time hourly and salaried employees. | Chobani
There’s lots of information on their website, even going into some detail about the milk they source. You really could spend an hour reading through it all.
So what about the Perfect Peach Cobbler?
Juicy, real-peach Chobani® Greek Yogurt beneath a cobbler-like layer of oatmeal pastry pieces and frosted cinnamon crunch. Pleasurably preservative-free.
It’s a thick, creamy and rich peach yogurt, which is delicious on its own but bloody brilliant with the mix ins.
That’s a cinnamon laden and sugar frosted portion of lightly crunchy, oaty pastry-like crumble. Sweet like Frosties, wonderfully spiced, the flavours here are comforting and delicious. It doesn’t really seem any sweeter than a UK yogurt would be but it’s very, very tasty.
If Chobani launched in the UK, Müller would be left crying into their watery corner yogurts.
To give you an idea of what’s ahead in the Chobani series; Boston Cream Pie, Cinnamon Bun Fun, Strawberry Cheesecake, Peanut Butter Cup and Less Sugar Lemon Cookie are all on my “to eat” list.
- Review: Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt from Chobani
- Review: Less Sugar Lemon Cookie Crunch from Chobani
- Review: Brownie Macchiato Ice Cream from Häagen-Dazs