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You guys probably know by now that I’m a huge lover of sweets. And 99% of the time, I cannot end a day without some sort of dessert taking place at some point.
This pregnancy has left me wanting all. the. sweets…all. the. time. And while, sure, I do have my bowls of ice cream now and then, we do at least attempt to make sure it only finds its way into the house occasionally.
So when there hasn’t been ice cream in the house, these days, I’ve been turning to yogurt for my evening (and sometimes, afternoon) snack of choice.
And thanks to the 1-Up Your Cup campaign with Yoplait® and Walmart, I’ve recently been trying all sorts of new yogurts AND combinations.
First up, the Yoplait® thick & creamy vanilla yogurt. Nine times out of 10, I tend to go for greek, but I saw this one sitting on the shelf and it sounded too intriguing not to grab. And I’ll be honest…I LOVED this stuff. It certainly was thick & creamy, and it paired perfectly with some cereal.
It also pairs deliciously with chocolate chips, in case you were wondering.
Then last week, after stopping quick into Walmart, I took a minute to check out the different varieties of the Yoplait® new Greek 100 Whips.
I couldn’t recall ever having tried a whipped Greek yogurt, so I decided to pick out a couple that sounded delicious and perfect for an evening dessert/snack.
The texture was definitely a lot different from your typical Greek yogurt, and it almost sort of reminded me of a whipped-cream-like texture.
And since it was dessert and all, I made sure to get fun with my toppings on my “vanilla cupcake” yogurt.
In the form of some crushed Oreos and rainbow sprinkles (because I’m 10 years old).
Even though I’ve been “dressing up” my yogurts with some of the sweet stuff, I’m still loving it because a) baby loves it, b) it’s built in portion control, and c) it’s sweet but not totally overloaded with extra sugar from my toppings, and d) it’s delicious.
Do you guys love your yogurt, too? What is your favorite way to 1-Up Your Cup?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills. The opinions and text are all mine.