friday freebie: 16 ounce blended chobani

Man, I love doing giveaways. I love doing all kinds of giveaways, but there are certain products that I really love to share. If you couldn’t tell from the multiple Chobani giveaways I’ve done in the past, Chobani is one of my absolute favorite brands to work with as a blogger. Not only do I 100% believe in their product (so yummy) but they are also an absolute joy to work with. Chobani is good people. I was so proud to see them as such a huge sponsor of the Olympics. It was nice to see a health-minded company take up some of the airtime in the midst of all the fast food and soft drink companies.

Basically, Chobani rocks. And I’ve got some to give away!

Recently, Chobani released their new 16 ounce blended containers. Basically these are the most popular Chobani flavors, in a larger size and with the fruit blended throughout the yogurt instead of on the bottom. I love these for making overnight oats! I took one whole 16 ounce container and would mix it with fruit, oats and protein powder, stash it in the fridge and then eat on it for a few days. Breakfast made easy.

Ready to win some CHO of your own? One lucky person is going to win six of the flavored, blended 16 ounce cups. Wowzas!

giveaway rules, regs and how to enter:

  • This contest is open to U.S. residents age 18 or over only. Sorry international readers!
  • There will be one winner of six-16 ounce containers of Chobani
  • To enter: leave a comment here telling me what you’d do with all of that delicious CHO!
  • Entries close on Wednesday, August 29, 2012

official rules and legalese:

To enter you must be 18 or older an a valid U.S. Resident. Winner will be chosen by random drawing from the pool of comments on this post. To be considered for the prize, you must provide a valid email address. Once a winner is notified and verified, Chobani will be provided with the contact information of the winner and they will be responsible for shipping prize. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. To enter, leave a comment on this post. No purchase necessary to win. Entries will close on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at noon (EST). The winner will be contacted by email on or before September 3, 2012. If the winner does not claim the prize within seven days, the original winner forfeits the prize and a second random entry will be chosen from the pool. This contest is sponsored by Chobani Greek Yogurt of New York and is void where prohibited by law.


In exchange for posting this giveaway, I was compensated with size 16-ounce containers of Chobani.


  1. Aimee M says

    What CAN’T I do with all of that delicious Cho?!? To start, I’d make the most bangin’ breakfast ever–Chobani black cherry topped with fresh blueberries, ground flaxseed, and dark chocolate chips.

  2. says

    I would definitely try overnight oats with this! I tried overnight oats with plain Greek yogurt last year and peanut butter…and hated it. I think if I had used flavored chobani and nixed the PB I would have loved it more and jumped on the overnight oats bandwagon

  3. Alexa says

    For starters, I think I would try my hand at a fro-yo recipe! Gotta get that out of my system before it’s time for fall recipes!

  4. Dana says

    yum! I’d flavor my smoothies around the new flavors! it would totally bump up how yummy they are and I can stop only using the small plain chobanis!

  5. says

    I love Chobani and they have excellent customer service. I tweeted them that I opened a container of their yogurt that was missing the fruit in the bottom and not 30 minutes later I had a heartfelt apology and coupons for replacement cups in the mail.

  6. Rachel says

    Vanilla chocolate chunk? I would totally love to try that. I already feel like chobani yogurt is like custard and I am cheating and eating dessert for breakfast… This would make it really dessert.

  7. Kellyg says

    I would love to win! I would feed my 3 kids smoothies each morning, bake some different breads since I would have neat yogurts on hand, and try that oatmeal recipe that you posted :)

  8. Rachie G says

    All of that yogurt would be delicious for a brunch with friends. We just finished builiding our porch, it’d be nice to have friends over for build your own yogurt parfaits and mismosa’s of course! I need to try to the pineapple but I haven’t found it where I live.

  9. Melissa says

    I would of course eat it! It’s my go to as a mid morning snack. And my son actually likes it so that’s a plus

  10. says

    WHAT??? They have vanilla chocolate chunk now? Umm apparently I need to deviate from my amazing pineapple and give the others a try. Seems like this give away would be a good chance to do that.

  11. Ashlee says

    I love Chobani. I would eat it, like I always do, for breakfast with some granola or ground flax and whatever sort of berries I have in my fridge at the time. It packs a good protein punch for me in the morning!

  12. says

    I would make protein pancakes, smoothies, poundcake…the possibilities are endless. Dip for fruit? Yes, please. Straight up? Yep. In parfaits? Yes, yes, yes.

  13. Cosmos says

    It would be a treat! I keep a few Chobani yogurts on hand for a snack, or as a meal when my eating is off schedule. It’s so good I save it for a treat!

  14. Athena R says

    I love Chobani. I like to eat it with granola. If I’m not eating it plain or with granola, I love it mixed in smoothies. I love the idea of it mixed with oats. I’ll have to try that.

  15. Lisa says

    As I sit here enjoying my chobani for breakfast, I can only imagine the things I could make with a whole crapload of it. I would try my hand at baking with it for sure!

  16. Kim says

    What would I do with it – stuff my freaking face. I love that stuff! It’s my favorite afternoon snack with fruit and sometimes a dark chocolate granola thin. So good.

  17. says

    What would I do with all the Cho? Well, I would land on cloud 9 with my besties and we’d stuff our faces. I’d be nomming on the goodness at breakfast, lunch and snack.

  18. Ashley says

    I LOVE CHOBANI!! Literally have it every morning….and afternoon. :) My favorite is to put frozen fruit in it, soo good! Also love it with smoothies but I want to try some of the recipes that I’ve seen on Chobani’s Pinterest page!

  19. Melissa says

    I use Chobani as a substitute in baked goods to make them healthier! Not to mention lots and lots of SMOOTHIES!

  20. Gretchen says

    I would totally try your overnight oatmeal! We do something similar already with rolled oats, steel cut oats, frozen berries and milk!

  21. Emily says

    I have been mixing chobani with fresh seasonal fruit from our CSA this summer and it’s the best! Chobani + fresh summer peaches and blueberries = a win.

  22. says

    Oh My! I have so many recipes I make with Greek yogurt, and I LOVE eating it for breakfast, snacks and desserts, so this would be put to good use in my house! My 3 year old also loves Greek yogurt so I’m all over this giveaway! Thanks!

  23. says

    The clear answer is… EAT IT! I love Chobani plain, and eat it pretty much every say. But aside from having it on it’s own, I’d use it for baking, in overnight oats, and in smoothies!

  24. Coconuts says

    Smoothies! I’m obsessed with smoothies!

    On a related note, I listened to a story on NPR the other day about Chobani being one of the very few making actual authentic Greek yogurt, using special machines to strain more liquid out. Most of the other brands use corn starch to thicken the yogurt into a Greek-like consistency! I am glad I caught the story and will only buy Chobani from now on! (I realize this sounds like a shameless plug and swear I don’t work for Chobani!)

  25. Peg says

    I just finished a container of 0% Strawberry for my lunch before reading this. No kidding! I love Chobani with extra fruit (today was about 2/3rds cup of frozen wild blueberries AND a tablespoon or two of slivered almonds. It’s excellent and so easy! And I also would put the blended stuff in my smoothies too!

  26. Shelley says

    Chobani is our go-to for breakfast lately, and we would be excited to try some new flavors that aren’t offered here in our area! (I’m looking at you, vanilla with chocolate!)

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