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Schwan’s Thaw & Serve Yogurt Review

Now that we’re headed into the hot summer months, I like to keep cool snacks on hand to help beat the heat. I even put all our fruit in the fridge so that it’s nice and cool when one of us is looking for a light snack. Now I have a new healthy snack to help my boys keep cool this summer – Schwan’s new Thaw & Serve Creamy Yogurt.

We received a pack of strawberry and vanilla Thaw & Serve Yogurt for review. It arrived in a cold pack, ready for my freezer. I put one in the fridge to thaw overnight so we could try it in the morning (the yogurt thaws in the fridge overnight or at room temperature in about two hours). The next morning my oldest son and I opened the yogurt container to find a smooth and creamy strawberry treat. We were both impressed! I especially liked the chunks of real strawberries in the yogurt. Later on I took another one out of the freezer and put it on the counter to thaw. In about an hour I decided to see how it was doing – the yogurt was the consistency of ice cream, and it tasted like ice cream too! I was excited to think that I could serve this as a refreshing healthy dessert in just an hour’s thaw time. After another hour, the yogurt was completely thawed and ready to eat, making a healthy snack for my husband.

In addition to the convience of the Thaw & Serve, the yogurt is also an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D, it’s 99% fat free, contains 6g of protein per serving and has no artificial flavors or colors. It also lasts up to 49 days when frozen – way longer than traditional yogurts! It is a wonderful addition to the Schwan’s lineup. A 4-pack of the yogurt is $5.99.

You can learn more about the products Schwan’s offers on their website.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Gina

Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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