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This Yogurt is Too Good!: Two Good Greek Yogurt Review

Two Good Greek Yogurt 12 Pack from Costco

My days get super busy during the week with work from home, hitting the gym, being my daughters' taxi driver, not to mention getting all the things done around my house.  Before I pick up Lauren from school, I like to give myself a pick-me-up in the middle of the day of my favorite go-to snack of Two Good Greek Lowfat Yogurt (which I found at Costco) with an added sprinkle of walnuts on top to provide my yogurt with some crunch.


This Yogurt is Too Good!: Two Good Greek Yogurt Review

This yogurt is truly "Two Good!"  With less sugar and more delicious! You may be thinking, "That’s Two Good to be true, right?"


Nope. Two Good® Greek Lowfat Yogurt with 2 grams of total sugar has 80% less* than average Greek yogurts because it’s made with a unique slow straining process that removes sugar from the milk, leaving 2g of total sugar in each 5.3oz cup.


Two Good Greek Yogurt 12 Pack from Costco

And great news! Costco now carries Two Good Greek Yogurt 12 packs!  No more having to purchase them in singles!  It comes in two delicious flavors,  Two Good® Vanilla Greek Lowfat Yogurt and Two Good® Strawberry Greek Lowfat Yogurt. 


Two Good Greek Yogurt 12 Pack at Costco


I love Two Good Yogurt because I can eat it daily without all the added sugars like the other yogurts on the market.  Right now, I'm eating a healthier diet, and this yogurt doesn't have me missing out on eating yogurt.  


The light taste of flavor works perfectly, adding your favorite fruits and nuts.  Also, this yogurt is excellent for a variety of recipes as well.


Make sure to read about other yogurts I tried out.


Have you tried Two Good Greek Lowfat Yogurt?


Disclosure- This post is sponsored by Two Good Lowfat Yogurt.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


** Two Good: 80 calories, 2g fat, 2g sugar per 5.3oz. Average Greek yogurt: 10g sugar per 5.3oz

1 comment

  1. GOOD DAY I WANT TO DO THIS FOR MONEY WANT TO WORK FROM HOME WHERE DO I SIGN UP PLEASE

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