Fall Food Review: Pumpkin Harvest Crisp Yogurt

This will be my first fall food review of my 31 days of embracing the fall season series.

Fall foods means pumpkin everywhere, right?  There’s a whole shelf of random pumpkin spice foods at the local grocery store.  Also, caramel apple. And gingerbread, which I really think they should put on hold until Christmas.

A pumpkin fall food review:

fall food review I eat these Chobani Greek Yogurt flips for breakfast fairly often.

They contain a decent amount of protein and make for a quick breakfast.  This yogurt is one of my go-to breakfasts on days I work.  They are also kind of fun to eat.  fall food review I like how the crunchy stuff is kept separate.  It’s also handy if you accidentally pick one up containing foods you despise (like walnuts in the carrot cake one) since it makes it easy to attempt to pick them out.

Simply, flip over the crunchy stuff and mix it into the yogurt.

And yes, the pumpkin harvest crisp flip is very good!  Can’t go wrong with pie crisp pieces.  Or pecans.  Pecans > Walnuts on a trillion to one scale.  While I’m not normally a fan of pumpkin seeds, the ones in this yogurt have a glaze that makes them enjoyable.  I’m not usually a fan of Greek yogurt either but this is just sweet enough with the mix-ins.

fall food review Normally, I’d call it good at this point and eat my breakfast.

However, I decided to up my breakfast a bit the day I was having this yogurt. Who needs cream cheese when you can spread this deliciousness on a bagel? fall food review A bit too much?  Perhaps.  Still, add a cup of coffee and it’s a wonderful fall breakfast! fall food review

Two final notes:

  • I didn’t receive any compensation for this review. I just picked a fall flavor of a food I like to review for fun.
  •  There must be something useful to do with these containers besides throw them in the recycle bin:
    fall food review

    The pumpkin container is orange but most other containers are the standard white

    If by chance you aren’t a fan of pumpkin flavor, they also make an apple crisp variety.  It contains walnut pieces so I passed on that.  My other favorite varieties of these are the coffee brownie bliss, peach crisp, and key lime crumble as well as cinnamon bun fun.

    What new fall flavors and foods have you tried lately?


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8 thoughts on “Fall Food Review: Pumpkin Harvest Crisp Yogurt

  1. Diane | An Extraordinary Day

    Looks delicious!
    Funny thing… I haven’t tried anything fall-flavored lately. Hmm… what’s wrong with me?? LOL
    I’ll have to look for your treat when I’m in the store. I’ve been on a Oui kick lately… totally in love with the Yoplait French yogurt in the glass cups… no artificial anything.

    Have a blessed day, my friend!

    1. Jean Post author

      I really do like it. There are certainly plenty of fall-flavored things to sample at our local store. Seems like I tried making a cake with the Oui yogurt, the recipe wasn’t a huge success but I think that was more user error than the fault of the yogurt. The jar was very pretty. I’ll have to get some and give it a try. Thanks for commenting. Hope you are enjoying your week!

  2. Deanna

    I agree, save the other flavors, with the exception of apple, that I particularly like year round, for colder winter weather.

    LOL. Just recycle the container:)

    1. Jean Post author

      I think the apple would probably be great minus the walnuts. Yes, I do recycle the containers as we all know crafts is not my thing.

    1. Jean Post author

      I really do like these as I always prefer to have a little crunch in my yogurt (I used to mix Grape-nuts cereal into my yogurt back in my super healthy 20s). I guess I could always go down the Pinterest rabbit hole in search of ideas for the containers…

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