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  1. CheezyK

    I got so excited the first time I read about this yoghurt and its availability in Australia that I went straight to the website to find out where they were selling it so I could go and buy some … only to find they’re only selling it in Sydney stores! Not happy 🙁

    These muffins sound delicious though. I’m going to have to try them, even if it is Chobaniless.

  2. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    0 % youghurt? 😕 Doesn’t sound too appealing to me. Hope this went well with your tummy!

  3. Emma

    This fine self ain’t neva seen the passion fruit flava flav before. Le yum, you lucky yogurt eater, you.

    I can’t stand vanilla-flavored yogurt, and never veer from plain unless said yogurt is Greek in thickness – particularly the Greek Gods’ honey-flavored yogurt. I started a love affair with plain yogurt when I lived in France, lugging home 24-packs, along with my other groceries (including value packs of pain au chocolat!), all the way from the store.

    Ye Olde Olde !

  4. Cara @ Gourmet Chick

    Wow I hadn’t realised this was such a cult yoghurt brand. I love Greek yoghurt so will have to look out for it.

  5. Rach

    Oh wow, these look delicious!

  6. Leah

    Ive never tried this yoghurt, im very interested to try it now. I usually like the really thick, sour greek yoghurt, I can’t stand sweet yoghurt’s.

    Passionfruit seems like the one for me 🙂
    Oh and yes, Passionfruit Cornbread is weird, but thats why I love you Hannah <3

  7. Three-Cookies

    Cheesecake-Flavoured yoghurt sounds ‘interesting’ to put it politely. Did you make up the word craisins?

  8. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I almost couldn’t believe it when you said that you didn’t really like yogurt until you described those truly awful yogurts with gross gloppy fruit jams in them or chemically recreated flavors as your reason why. Yes, those are evil and should be destroyed. Chobani is definitely good stuff though, and I’m betting yogurt muffins are even better stuff.

  9. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Chobani coming to Australia!!!!?!?!? I’m so excited for you. Ooo they’re going to do SO well. I’m really loving the passionfruit right now. But I definitely mostly buy the plain and add a bit of my own jam to it, since the flavoured versions are rather sweet,

  10. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I can’t believe you’re just getting Chobani in AUS! Wow. Too bad you didn’t like the vanilla… but nicely done finding a tasty-looking use for it. 🙂

    I like the plain so I can add my own toppings. Their black cherry isn’t bad though!

  11. JohannaGGG

    Never heard of chobani (actually I sat reading the title thinking your muffins had chocolate banana and something ending in ‘i’ because I love creating new words and I thought that was what you were doing)

    I am glad it is vegetarian – had to check the website as so many yoghurts here have gelatine – but shame it is american – I quite like the gippsland yoghurt. BTW I think I saw a raspberry yoghurt on their website – would love a taste of that and will keep my eye out for it

  12. Sophie

    Only available in NSW? So upsetting 🙁

    I do quite like the Jalna yogurts though..mmm…creamy

  13. Christine @ Merf In Progress

    What is caster sugar? Can I just use real sugar? That looks delicious. And I have a huge bag of craisins because my son decided he loved them, then as soon as I bought them, he wanted nothing to do with them anymore. UGH.

  14. Fiona

    Nom nom nom nom

  15. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    I’ve heard great stuff about this yoghurt, must give it a try – although I really only eat the plain greek yogurt mixed with muesli.

  16. beti

    they sound really good with the yogurth and perfect for breakfast

  17. Mike

    Chobani yoghurt sounds nice. I have simple tastes and enjoy swigging down the occasional bottle of Yakult Light, produced in the Dandenongs, not far from your new favourite city Hannah. Not really a yoghurt I suppose, and probably hopeless with muffins, but very high in probiotics and low in sugar.

  18. Catherine

    Oh dearie! I’ve been looking for some cooking inspiration to get me outa this flu-rut. Maybe these muffins will do the trick? Maybe back to the peanut butter choco slice? This is when I would really love to hear a cook clattering in the kitchen.

  19. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    As someone who *does* like yoghurt, but not the sickly sweet artificial runny ones, this post makes me very happy. Especially as I’ve never tried chobani and am now excited to do so 🙂 Except I haven’t seen them in WA…will have to look into that!

  20. Kath Lockett

    Will definitely try your recipe. Luckily we have some terrific yoghurts here – local as well as Greek varieties. One thing about Switzerland: there’s little chance of developing osteoporosis!

  21. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Sadly I just didn’t love Chobani. I know it is 0% but the fruit flavours really remind me of Ski yogurt which I really don’t like. I prefer putting the fruit in myself too-who knew I was so independent! 😛

  22. penny aka jeroxie

    They are quite generous. I had a week of just eating yoghurt!

  23. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    wow you got sent 14 greek yogurts? that is so neat! i wish i could be sent more free stuff too! 🙂 baking with greek yogurt rocks. i also like using it as a substitute for sour cream or mayo in recipes. the 0% plain greek yogurt one. 🙂

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  25. Lau@corridorkitchen

    I got sent the same pack, and my faves were passionfruit and pineapple too!

  26. Errign

    Did you know that there is actually a raspberry version and it’s my FAVORITE? I still want to try the new passionfruit flavor though. Glad you liked it 🙂

  27. Em

    aaaahhhh, the joys of being a Gemini. I too go through phases with liking or not liking particular foods. Yoghurt was one of them until I discovered Evia yoghurt. This is now the only yoghurt I will eat. The stuff they sell at the supermarkets is terrible, but I will keep an eye out for Chobani….

  28. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    I’m so keen to have this yoghurt here! I tried it in the states & loved the texture. Can’t wait to try all the flavours. ALL OF THEM! NOW. please.
    Heidi xo

  29. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    I love yoghurt nearly all types of it 🙂 but like you I hate those that’s really runny, in HK I’ve had trouble finding good yoghurt! I’m so excited about trying the Chobani Yoghurt when I come back ~ I didn’t see it when I was in NYC last ~

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