Look what I got in the mail on Wednesday!
A big, awesome, yummy case of Chobani Greek Yogurt!
I am so excited to try some of the flavors that I have been missing!
Even the box is cool 🙂
So, I did a Chobani giveaway previously and the winner never contacted me, and I forgot to pick a second winner 😦
So I am holding another FREE GIVEAWAY!!!
One Lucky FCC reader will win a CASE of CHO!
Who doesn’t want their fridge to look like this!?!
Chobani’s yogurt is special because:
Only natural ingredients. No preservatives. No artificial flavors.
Made with milk from cows not treated with rBST: No rBST-treated milk.
Includes 5 live & active cultures, including 3 probiotics.
Made with real fruit.
Two times more protein than regular yogurt.
A good source of bone-building calcium.
Gluten-Free and Kosher-Certified.
Naturally low in lactose: 95% lactose free.
I also used the Apple Cinnamon yogurt to make a Apple Cinnamon Protein Smoothie!
It was delicious! You guys need to try this one!
I 6 oz. container of Apple Cinnamon Greek Yogurt
1/2 cup Unsweetened Almond Milk
4 Ice Cubes
1/2 Scoop Vanilla Protein Powder
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Blend all ingredients together In the Magic Bullet- Or whatever blender you have!
Top with a dollop of lite cool whip if desired 🙂
TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY:
MANDATORY: POST A COMMENT BELOW STATING :
What your favorite flavor of Greek yogurt is.
OPTIONAL: YOU CAN ALSO EARN A SECOND ENTRY BY POSTING ON FACEBOOK OR TWEETING THE FOLLOWING :
*** Make sure you leave a second comment below stating that you posted on Facebook or tweeted :)***
I will randomly pick a winner on Monday! Good Luck!
I’ll be at home eating my cho! What about you??
Are you a chobaniac?
Oh how I love sweet potatoes!
For dinner last night we had Skillet sweet potato, sausage, and spinach hash. If you like PALEO recipes this one is for you! It is one of my staple dinners, meaning I probably make it at least once a week! My husband seems to like it too so why not!? Sometime I add a fried egg to the top 🙂
All you really need for this meal is the following:
- I used 2 sweet potatoes (so there would be leftovers for lunch)
- One container of spinach (I used about 3 big handfuls)
- Sausage ( I used mild pork sausage)
- Cinnamon, paprika
- Salt and paper
- Coconut oil
- I didn’t use an onion but you definitely can (the original recipe calls for one)
Cook the sweet potatoes in coconut oil for about 10-15 minutes, depending on the size. Add in seasonings.
Cook the sausage in a separate pan in coconut oil until browned. Add the spinach : The spinach will wilt down in about 2-2 minutes or so.
Add sausage and spinach mixture to the sweet potatoes and serve!
For the “24 Days of togetherness” last night we ate chocolates for dessert! I had half of a sun cup.
I know it is hard to do but my main motto is eating treats and sweets in MODERATION. This can be especially hard during the holidays. At work there are always treats sitting around! It is so tempting. I try to save my treats for things really special that I don’t get all the time: like cupcakes from gourmet shops or homemade Christmas cookies instead of a candy bar (I can eat a candy bar any time).
A few ideas for turning popular holiday foods healthier:
- Use olive oil and herbs instead of cream or cheese in veggie dishes.
- Make green bean casserole with low-fat or dairy-free sour cream;
- Replace sausage, white bread and butter in stuffing with nuts, whole grains and broth or water (if you can’t give up the sausage, opt for the turkey or chicken version).
- Choose sweet potatoes with cinnamon and spices (maybe add a drizzle of agave nectar) over scalloped white ones with butter and cream
The winner of the Chobani Greek Yogurt Giveaway is:
What a great giveaway! I love Chobani!
Alisa, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information so we can send you your free case of yogurt!
Have a good weekend!