Or is it yoghurt? Regardless, Noosa is hands down my new favorite. I’ve never been a huge fan of yogurt, but probably because I grew up on those little Dannon cups you break apart with the fruit-on-the-bottom. It’s hard for me to get excited about a cup of yogurt. But enter in Noosa Finest Yoghurt. I’ve even found myself stealing small bites every time I open the fridge, because that little tub is just calling my name, like a pint of ice cream.
I think the first time I discovered Noosa was at our local farmers’ market in Boulder. You always know which tents to visit based on the size of the crowd, and theirs was a few layers deep. That’s when you know it’s really good, and they have free samples. So after my first discovery of their yoghurt, I was hooked. At that time, I was doing a lot of running, more so than normal, and found myself ravenous all the time. So Noosa became my decadent mid-morning snack. If you’re a dieter who is used to the 90 calorie Yoplait Lights, you may not want to try this stuff. First of all, you’ll now know what you’ve been missing in a yogurt, and this stuff is so creamy and rich, you’ll want to eat the entire 8oz tub, which is two servings.
I also adore the fact that Noosa is locally made on a dairy farm in Bellvue, just outside of Fort Collins, CO. Their happy cows are 66 steps out the back door of the plant, and the milk is used to make yoghurt the same day the cow is milked. Their yoghurt is a Greek-inspired, all-natural, organic product that is blended in small batches and set before it is infused with clover alfalfa honey and all natural fruit purees like Strawberry Rhubarb and Peach. My personal favorite is the Mango, which I used this summer on top of strawberry shortcake instead of whipped cream.
Click here to find Noosa at a store near you. I know in Colorado you can find it at Whole Foods, Safeway, King Soopers and Super Target.
**Noosa provided the yoghurt for this post, but all opinions here are my own.