Win a Month’s Supply of Chobani Greek Yogurt!

chobani Greek yogurt StrawberryGreek yogurt is one of our favorite superfoods. It has a wonderful thick and creamy texture and because it’s strained, it has twice as much protein as traditional yogurt.

To help you enjoy more Greek yogurt and everything you can make with it, our generous friends at Chobani are providing 10 Appetite for Health fans a chance to win a CASE of Chobani Greek yogurt!

For great ideas on how to use Greek yogurt to make our favorite recipes better-for-you, check out our recent post, 10 Best Ways to Enjoy Greek Yogurt as well as the Chobani Kitchen. At the Chobani Kitchen, you’ll find great ideas for making everything from coleslaw to vanilla cupcakes (pictured at right) using Chobani Greek yogurt. There’s also a handy conversion chart for how to use Chobani as a better substitute for many ingredients, including butter, oil and mayonnaise. Hopefully, it will inspire you to try cooking or baking more with Greek yogurt… and that’s where Chobani and winning today’s giveaway can help.

In case you’re unfamiliar with Chobani Greek yogurt, here’s some background: Chobani’s centuries-old straining technique creates yogurt that has two times more protein than regular yogurt, and less sodium, sugar and carbohydrates. Their plain yogurts are made from two ingredients: milk and live active cultures. For their flavored varieties, they add fruit and evaporated cane juice.

Chobani yogurt is also….Chobani Cupcakes
· Free of synthetic growth hormones. (Milk from cows not treated with rBST)
· Contains only natural ingredients and 5 live & active cultures, including 3 probiotics.
· Made with real fruit.
· A good source of bone-building calcium.
· Gluten-Free and Kosher-Certified.
· Safe for people with corn, nut and soy allergies.

To enter to win a case of Chobani Greek yogurt (12 6-oz cups), sign up for our enewsletter and Like” us on Facebook.  You must also leave a comment below telling us what you’d like to make using Greek yogurt.

Your case will be comprised of a variety of Chobani’s best-selling flavors including strawberry, vanilla, peach, pomegranate and raspberry.

This contest is open to residents of the continental US please. All AFH terms and conditions apply.

–Julie Upton, MS, RD, CSSD

Comments

  1. plongsine@gmail.com says:

    Cupcakes!!!!

  2. Alexandra Miles-Lasseter says:

    I use it instead of sour cream in guacamole and for baked potatoes!

  3. Allan Culmer says:

    coat chicken breasts with Plain and bake. Yummy

  4. Georgiana says:

    I am definitely a Chobaniac when it comes to Greek yogurt!
    I love baking with plain Chobani too and for the holidays I make oatmeal pumpkin apple cranberry raisin muffins with just oats, pumpkin puree, Chobani, diced apples, raisins, cranberries and walnuts and bake everything together – a nutritious breakfast on the go!
    Email subscriber, I like Chobani & AFH on Facebook and shared too – Thanks so much!

  5. I use it to flavor my oatmeal. Also ready to try the recipes! Great ideas-THANKS

  6. Peggy Kerans says:

    I use it to make dips and in baking. This is my fav yogurt to feed our kids.

  7. use in pumkin bread, mac in cheese and desert for thanks giving

  8. Mary Smith says:

    I’m afraid I’m just a Greek yogurt simpleton – straight out of the container or in smoothies and, occasionally, in place of sour cream in a casserole.

  9. Greek tzatziki…It’s great and healthy! Good on almost everything!

  10. Pie; combine Chobani, gelatin (same flavor — for example strawberry) and whipped topping and put it in a graham cracker crust pie shell.

  11. I like using yogurt in baking.

  12. Great protein ; use the plain for sour cream!

  13. Deb Waddle says:

    I like to use it on baked potatoes! But it is awesome just by itself!!!

  14. Julie Santruck says:

    It’s best just eaten as is, but great added to frostings and cakes

  15. We use Chobani regularly for salad dressings quite often and also eat it plain by itself. Thanks!!

  16. Smoothies, smoothies, smoothies!! And to eat them as is with granola and fruit on top!
    My 10 year old recently discovered the chobani champions and is really enjoying their chocolate chip and the honey banana flavors, he really likes it, and I do to, the yogurt is delicious!
    Nice giveaway that the whole family can enjoy!!
    Ana

  17. Eating one right now on top of whole grain waffle instead of fake maple syrup, yum!

  18. Sue Morris says:

    I like making dips for my veggies.

  19. Sue Morris says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook.
    User: Sue Goff Morris

  20. Sue Morris says:

    I’m a subscriber.

  21. Andre Kato says:

    I would try it in a big bowl of fruit salad!

  22. Maureen K says:

    I use Chobani (my favorite) instead of milk when I make pancakes – they turn out sooo fluffy!

  23. I would make a a Big Fat Greek Cheesecake with it.

  24. I use it in quickbreads but also love it just the way it is!

  25. I use yogurt in place of 1/2 or all of the sour cream in recipes.

  26. How about a “Berry Cream Chiller”! It’s a refreshing & tasty drink with juice (your preference), milk, Greek yogurt, honey & vanilla extract. And depending on the flavor of the yogurt, you may also add in the fruit that goes along with it…awesome!

  27. Rosemary Erickson says:

    Chobani yogurt…yum! I would use this in my morning smoothies, or simply enjoy it in it’s own container :)

  28. Just waiting to eat some of this yogurt for the health benefits.

  29. Baked Potatoes

  30. Sheila K. says:

    I would use it in my morning fruit smoothies!

  31. Lisa Pollock says:

    Yogurt with kashi granola!

  32. Would enjoy it on its own. Or in smoothiee

  33. I want to see about crepes

  34. Yogurt cheese!

  35. Martha Waugh says:

    I’d like to add it to my berry smoothie

  36. Jennifer Hanzich Morgan says:

    I would LOVE to win a case of Chobani yogurt. Last week, after Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast..I was without power for 6 days and had to throw EVERYTHING out in my refrigerator. Included in the items that needed to be tossed were several Chobani yogurts. I LOVE CHOBANI and this would just be perfect. I was planning on making a Pumpkin Smoothie on Halloween with my niece with vanilla Chobani yogurt…but, since I couldn’t because of not having power all week and needing to throw it all away I would definitely use it for that. I would also just love to eat it right out of the container…I love Chobani and Appetite for Health too! Amazing site and you just do good things for us.

  37. Dallas N. says:

    I want to make a yogurt/fruit parfait.

  38. A cheesecake with strawberries on top for my daughter who is a basketball player. She loves CHOBANI and cheesecake!!!!

  39. Love Chobani@

  40. Love to use it in overnight oats, pumpkin bread and carrot muffins.

  41. I add it to pancakes and also used for dips.

  42. Kelly Paradise says:

    I like to use the plain Chobani Greek yogurt as a “sour cream” replacement whenever I make nachos for my family. I feel it’s a deliciously healthy alternative that tastes even better while doing your body & mind good! My children & I love Chobani Greek yogurt & love to try all the different flavors, my personal favorite is blood orange :) Thanks for this healthy & fun giveaway!!!

  43. pancakes@

  44. I’d use my chobani yogurt to “make” a healthy lifestyle, healthy breakfast, healthy family!

  45. Use it in dips and dressings. Yum!

  46. pat pelland says:

    I like to use yogurt in my baking for a lighter texture in cakes. Love chobani!

  47. I would love to try making cake or frozen yogurt!

  48. In place of cream cheese for frosting, and oil for baked goods (I’m thinking apple cinnamon muffins!)

  49. hmmm… I’ve never used yogurt in anything but a smoothie, but reading the posts is giving me a lot of good ideas! My kids love Chobani and eat one for breakfast almost every day. I feel like a ridiculously virtuous mom sending them off to school with Chobani as their breakfast!

  50. I like to make a fruit salad with it! Add cut up fruit & some berries, chopped walnuts! Yum!

  51. Hazel Adamson says:

    We use greek yoghurt every day…I have it at breakfast either in a smoothie with fruit and kale, or in a bowl with fruit and granola…at lunch or dinner in place or sour cream in a wrap, or on a baked potatoe or with herbs added as a dip with fresh vegetables! We use a lot of it!!

  52. smoothies…but I would probably eat it before I got around to doing that

  53. I would use the plain nonfat Greek yogurt for dips and instead of sour cream in cake recipes or for bananas and cream.

  54. I use Chobani Greek yogurt to make smoothies! I also use it on top off waffles, and oatmeal. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  55. Beth Morgan says:

    Enjoyed for taste, health benefits, and its versatility as a quality ingredient in many recipes.

  56. Cupcakes for sure. Like maybe tonight… I use it in baking, substitute for sour cream, smoothies and right out of the cup. Yum.

  57. Jo Skidmore says:

    I’m a purest and I like my yogurt as is right out of the container. I love the taste of yogurt and would hate to hide it in some kind of recipe. As “made” as I make it is adding granola

  58. I love Greek Yogurt, and especially Chobani. I’ve used it in a white chicken chili recipe, and it’s was really good! I’d love to try baking with it next. And I’d love to win, since I’ve just tried the plain and one other flavor, these other flavors sound delicious! :)

  59. I love useing Greek yogurt for making bannana bread! YUM!

  60. michele malone says:

    one of my favorite breakfasts is a parfait with fresh pomegranate, yogurt, and granola

  61. Its my go to breakfast item, but yogurt is also great as an oil sub in cake recipes.

  62. Sandy Smith says:

    Chobani Greek yogurt makes the best smoothies! Also use plain any place you’d use sour cream.

  63. I use greek yogurt to replace all my sour cream needs. Also, I love it as a goto item to replace the good flora in my tummy after a gluten attack.

  64. Yummm – Greek yoghurt! I prefer to use plain, rather than all the flavors as they seem to have a LOT of sugars. I can add my own flavors w/fresh fruit quite easily. I eat Greek yoghurt nearly every day.

  65. Kimberly B. says:

    I would use it to make smoothies and as a topping for pancakes.

  66. Mary Hardwick says:

    There is no other yogurt in our house. It is the perfect healthy desert or breakfast. We like adding my homemade granola to every cup.

  67. Diane Sax says:

    I would love to try this yogurt

  68. Stacy Conchas says:

    I would use it in my banana bread recipe. makes it moist and delicious.

  69. my favorite way is to make a raita. take plain yogurt and add cucumber, onion, garlic, tomato, cilantro and mint with a touch of cumin. serve with some homemande naan (which is also made with plain yogurt). healthy and totally delicious. especially in summer when the garden is flourishing!

  70. I am a newsletter subscriber. I like you on FB. I have liked and shared this post on FB. I’d like to make cupcakes with this yogurt!

  71. I like to use it in pies, breads, smoothies and just the way it is… Yum

  72. I love using Greek yogurt in my desserts and just eating it for health reasons. Would really love to win. Thanks for the opportunity.

  73. Already receive your newsletter via e-mail.

  74. Already liked you on FB.
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  75. Helene Tienda says:

    I enjoy making smoothies and fruit dips with Greek Yogurt, as it make things much creamier than with regular yogurt. Thanks!!

  76. I’d eat it plain or make cheesecake! fan on FB too.

  77. Vickie Alford says:

    I’m just discovering greek yogurt, so I’m willing to try just about anything! I’m actually trying a new recipe this weekend for a party that uses yogurt and I’m using Chobani. Can’t wait to try it. :)

  78. Muffins and smoothies

  79. Patricia Evans says:

    I use Chobani to top my waffles in the morning and I also use it in muffins instead of milk or buttermilk. I also like it in smoothies. Thanks!

  80. Love to use them in a dip!

  81. I’d make a yogurt parfait with greek yogurt, fresh fruit and granola or nuts!

  82. Stacy Miller says:

    I’d like to make smoothies.

  83. dorothy borgese says:

    everything but mostly for my smoothies

  84. I would use this in smoothies!

  85. Leah Brislin says:

    Breakfast!!!

  86. I used it in salad dressings and in smoothies! yum

  87. I would love to try using it in baking of breads and muffins and Mac n cheese. I’ve used plain yogurt for these things but never Greek. Also smoothies

  88. Camille P. says:

    I have this great recipe for low-fat lemon blueberry muffins that has vanilla yogurt. I would love to use the Chobani Vanilla yogurt for this fabulous recipe!

  89. Cindy Ruth Moore says:

    I’d like to make cole slaw

  90. Cynthia Hric says:

    Make a parfait by layering with fruit and nuts–yum!

  91. I mostly would eat the yogurt as is. It’s also good in soups, smoothies and toppings on bean dishes, etc..

  92. We love yogurt parfaits!

  93. Pamela Laws says:

    I substitute it for most of my recipes that call for sour cream and buttermilk. It is wonderful to use for biscuits and mashed potatoes.

  94. Yogurt with fruit and nuts – the best snack ever! I also enjoy yogurt in a fruit smoothie.

  95. I love to make fruit and yogurt parfaits!

  96. I love adding chopped fruit, nuts & raw honey to my Chobani. But now that I’ve read this post & the comments, I need to start using it when cooking & baking! Some great ideas here!

  97. Andrea Zeng says:

    I’d love to make so pumpkin bread.

  98. I like to eat it with fruit, but I could use it in baking.

  99. Renee ( Holly ) says:

    I want to use the yogurt and send it to my mom. She just recently joined the yogurt bandwagon and I would love to surprise her !!

  100. probably smoothies or possibly a fruit salad

  101. melinda singer says:

    I’d replace the sour cream in fruit delight with cobhani

  102. MARY-FRANCES says:

    Cupcakes.

  103. Melissa A. says:

    Yogurt popsicles for the kids! :-)

  104. Kristie Bah says:

    My favorite use for chobani Greek yogurt is smoothie. My kids and I love them!

  105. allysmama says:

    I’d make parfaits!! YUM

  106. i would use it in makeing smoothies and bakeing desserts for my family

  107. smoothies, german cheesecake, frozen granola yoghurt bites, ….

  108. i usually make muscle with it! OWOW!! so funny. get it? muscle… with the protein. get it?

    ok but really probably make frozen yogurt (like red mango) OWOW

    yummy!!!!

    B*

  109. I love it in place of sour cream and put it in pancakes, cakes, breads, all kinds of things

  110. pancakes! :)

  111. I use Chobani in pancakes– gives them a great fluffy texture!

  112. Kristina S says:

    I want to use it to make lemon lavender cake

  113. Johanna Burnett says:

    It makes a terrific grape salad. Just mix it with a little powder sugar, toss green and red grapes with the mixture and top with a little brown sugar and chopped pecans – yum!

  114. I use Greek Yogurt to make protein drinks.

  115. I would, of course, make granola parfaits for breakfast and I would also make something savory like curried carrot soup. Yum!

  116. I love it in muffins and savory things like chicken salad.

  117. Hannah Farrel says:

    I like it plain on top of turkey meatloaf or mexican food. I’d love to try making frosting with it!

  118. karen shaughnessy says:

    I use the plain in many recipes, egg salad, tuna salad and for holiday baking – pies & cakes.

  119. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS!

    THEY ARE ANGELIQUE D, ASHLEY W, JESSICA H, GINGER H, BETH J, JEANETTE C, JUDY H, KELLY, MEGAN S AND SEJAL D.

    I WILL BE SENDING A PERSONAL EMAIL TO ALL OF YOU WITH INSTRUCTIONS ON WHAT I NEED FROM YOU TO CLAIM THE PRIZE!!!

    THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO SHARED A RECIPE AND WHO LET US KNOW HOW YOU WOULD EAT YOUR YOGURT!!

    KIT

  120. I really love Chobani Greek Yogurt! I would finish all of the months worth of supplies of their yogurt. That is how much I really love it that well. Wow, please give me more of it! All by itself and/or with recipes, it doesn’t matter, it is so scrump-deli-ecious.

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