Turn snacking upside down with Chobani Flip

New dessert inspired range pairs creamy Greek yoghurt with a side of crave-worthy crunch.

When you were a kid, the best thing about sitting in a trolley while your mum pushed you past the yoghurt isle was that you could finally reach for that elusive tub of chocolate or vanilla custard. You know the one. It came in a square tub with two compartments – one for ooey, gooey, rich chocolate custard and the other packed to the brim with choc chips, toasted peanuts or even Cocoa Pops. The best part was peeling away the foil and licking it clean before flipping the choccies into the custard and swirling it all around with the tiny plastic spoon. Chobani are bringing back your favourite childhood memories with their brand new range – Flip – with 10 crave-worthy flavours that will surely satisfy.

My friends at Chobani surprised me one afternoon with a ginormous Chobani Flip packed with each of the new yoghurt flavours and some bonus goodies – gotta love the golden spoon!

I cannot lie, I’m a sucker for Chobani’s Greek Style yoghurt made using low-fat milk that is strained until deliciously thick and creamy. “Flip” makes it even better with quality mix-ins including honey roasted peanuts, chewy caramel bits, salted pretzel and dark chocolate pieces.


My favourite pots would have to be the Nutty for ‘Nana’ (Banana), Peanut Butter Dream and Key Lime Crumble. I was really impressed by the variety included in this range, which also features: Almond Coco Loco, Salted Caramel Crunch, Mint Chocolate Chip, Peanut Caramel Satisfaction, Apple Crisp Twist, Chocolate Haze Craze and Strawberry Shortcake. Visit your local supermarket and grab one for just $2.99 today!

To find out more about Chobani’s great range and visit their Instagram!


Happy Cooking and Keep Smiling,


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