By Danielle Alexander
Like a freshman at any Big Ten college, Pinkberry has decided to go Greek—yogurt, that is. Our hearts have always gone to the boys of Sigma Alpha Mu, but we decided to give this new pledge class a whirl. With many health benefits to boot, we like what we’ve experienced so far.
From sweet to savory there are many combinations that are great choices for breakfast, lunch or an anytime snack. The yogurt is creamy and refreshing, containing 12 to 24 grams of protein and ranging between 190-290 calories.
If you are craving something savory try the caprese: Greek yogurt topped with basil, halved grape tomatoes, olive oil, and finished with a balsamic glaze, and dusting of pacific sea salt. The tomatoes are plump and juicy, a nice contrast to the sweet balsamic.
If looking for something sweet, order the chocolate berry, composed of Greek yogurt, chocolate granola, blueberries, raspberries, honey, and shaved milk chocolate. The decadent combination of chocolate berries and honey will have you saying OMG.
Say hello to the newest Pinkberry Greek Groupies.
Nutrition Facts Based on Snack Size portion
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