My whole family has been longtime fans of Tillamook cheese, especially sharp cheddar slices, which work really well for my daughter Anna’s favorite sandwiches. So we were naturally delighted to learn that Tillamook had branched into yogurt and that it was available in our local stores.
I bought a few different flavors and brought them home. In addition to cheese, I’m a longtime yogurt eater. (Never met a dairy product I didn’t like.) Anna and yogurt, however — that’s a different story. She never liked any yogurt I urged upon her (and there have been many.)
And then she tried Tillamook. And things changed.
What did she like so much? She and I both like the lowfat strawberry. (All the flavors we tried were lowfat.) The Oregon strawberry yogurt is very bright and full of sweet strawberry taste. It’s very pleasing and bound to be a kid favorite in many homes, just as it now is in our house.
The raspberry yogurt is also bright and fruity. The blueberry yogurt has a very nice distinctive blueberry flavor, partly drawn from sweet bits of fruit. Mountain huckleberry boasts a big, dark berry flavor. We found the marionberry yogurt tasty and the most subtle of the berry yogurts.
French vanilla bean yogurt is also wonderful. The vanilla flavor is extremely smooth, distinct and tasty.
All the flavors and textures we tried were very kid-friendly — pleasing, full, a bit on the sweet side, and very yummy.
The Tillamook web site reveals 31 yogurt flavors in all, including lots of exotic ones that sound fun to try, such as strawberry lemonade, pomegranate blackberry, dark cherry, baked apple pie, and country orange cream, just to mention a few intriguing sounding ones.
Tillamook yogurts have a very smooth texture, with the fruit already mixed in.
All Tillamook yogurt contains no artificial sweeteners, no artificial flavors or colors, no high fructose corn syrup, and no artificial growth hormones.
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Tillamook provided sponsorship and coupons to facilitate this review. The opinions expressed are my own.
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