So I wanted to do a recap on some of the meals I enjoyed while getting creative using Chobani Greek Yogurt in recipes. The promotion is called #justaddgood. Here’s the idea behind it:
Chobani Conversion Chart.
So I’ll take you back to the original post on my Chobani Delivery. Now let’s look at some dishes!
Most recently I made this little frozen dessert. This recipe was adapted from Lindsay’s over at The Lean Green Bean. Lindsay has amazing recipes and she is really creative with health ingredients.
Here’s how I put this all together.
- 4 cups Crispy Brown Rice Cereal
- 1 Large container of Vanilla Chobani Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup ground oatmeal
- 4 tablespoons of powdered peanut butter or 2-3 tablespoons of regular nut butter
- 2 tablespoons of chia seeds
- 2 tablespoons of hemp seeds
Instructions for Crust
- Mix 1/2 cup ground oats and 4 tablespoons of PB2, along with 2 tablespoons of chia seeds and 2 tablespoons of hemp seeds together.
- Next, slowly add 1/4 cup of water to the dry mix until it is smooth and incorporated
- Press the crust into a 8×8 glass pan and proceed to make the filling
Instructions for Filling
- Mix yogurt and crispy brown rice cereal together in a bowl.
Now put it all together
- Spread yogurt mixture into the oatmeal crust.
- Cover with plastic wrap and place in freezer until frozen.
- Remove from freezer, cut into bars.
- Store in an airtight container in the freezer.
It’s like a frozen rice crispy treat. They freeze well and I love them.
So with having so much on hand and not wanting to waste a single drop I grabbed a container and made some FroCHO™ Ice Cubes to have on hand for smoothies. I have made Chobani Frozen Treats before, but I wanted more information. So I headed on over to the Chobani FAQ Webpage and here’s what I found on freezing!
Can I freeze Chobani?
Yes, frozen Chobani (or FroCHO™ as we like to call it) can be stored for up to three months. While frozen, the live and active cultures present in Chobani become dormant. But once thawed, either in the refrigerator or by your body heat when eaten, they become live and active again.
FroCHO™ will have a slightly different texture, whether eaten frozen or thawed, but makes for a refreshing treat.
Once they were frozen, I bagged and dated them. Well I also had to try some in a smoothie, I am only human after all.
So I grabbed 3 Chobani cubes, a frozen banana and a snack size bag of frozen raspberries and a scoop of protein powder. I keep lots of frozen fruits on hand. I have a small section of my freezer dedicated to items to make smoothies! Check out my stash here. I topped of my blender bottle with soy milk and blended. The Chobani cubes really kept it cold and super smooth.
I love spicy, hot flavors. So when I saw Tiffany’s Post on Spicy Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas, I knew I had to make them. I meet Tiffany at the 2012 Blend Retreat. She blogs over at Snack Snark Bark. I did alter her original recipe, I did not have any celery on hand and I also omitted the jalapeno peppers. I do love spicy hot flavors, but jalapeno is just too much for this gal. I also stuffed them, I mean jam-packed them full so I only ended up with 5 enchiladas, where the original recipe called for 12 tortillas. Oops.
I am in love with these bad boys, they are so zippy and spicy, I had to dab my upper lip a few times! If you like Franks Red Hot, then these are for YOU.
Super Spicy Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas
- 5 tortillas
- 1 ½ lbs of chicken, cooked
- 1 cup Chobani 2% plain yogurt (in place of cream cheese)
- 4 oz. blue cheese, crumbled (same some for topping)
- 4 oz. Frank’s Red Hot Wing Sauce
- 1 tsp salt
- ½ tsp chile powder
- ½ tsp black pepper
- Ranch dressing for drizzling
Mix together well, stuff tortillas and fold, place seam side down in pan, sprinkle with blue cheese and drizzle ranch dressing and hot sauce and bake on 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes and enjoy.
So on to a milder recipe….Cho-Egg Salad Sandwich.
I just diced up 2 hard-boiled eggs a generous amount of mustard along with a few tablespoons of Chobani yogurt and mixed together, tasted then added more mustard and Chobani to my taste. Toasted some wheat bread. Piled the Cho-Egg mix on the bread, then topped with Organic Pea Sprouts, and dug in, it sure did make a perfect lunch.
Made my all time favorite breakfast bowl or Cho-Cereal Bowl. Kashi Heart to Heart cereal, PB2 (not pictured), hemp seeds, cinnamon and mixed with Chobani yogurt. Love, Love, Love.
Cho-Enchiladas. Check out my recipe/post link.
More Cho-Cereal Bowls.
Shrimp Taco Wrap with Chobani instead of sour cream…Very Tangy.
I think the one thing I am currently obsessed with is the Chobani Fruit Dip. Inspired by the Fruit Kebobs on the Chobani site.
Chobani Fruit Dip
2 Tablespoons Chobani Greek Yogurt
1 Tablespoon Biscoff Spread or any Nut butter
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
3 Shakes of Cinnamon
Blend together with a spoon and dip, dip away.
I also wanted to mention that I froze 3 cups of this dip in a glass Pyrex container for a Super Bowl party. Before the party I let it thaw and whipped it up with a spoon, and the texture and flavor were as good as when it was first made fresh. CHO-Bonus.