This is sponsored content from Früsh Yogurt. All opinions and appetites are my own.
With an alarm that sounds at 6am every school morning, I am notorious for living on a breakfast of caffeine. I know I should get up early enough to make breakfast, but it just doesn’t happen. I do good to make sure THEY
inhale eat something before we race off to our busy day. If I do ever get around to eating, it’s at least 2 hours after I’m up and at ’em. And I know that I am not the only one guilty of this.
That’s where Früsh Yogurt is trying to make a change. If you create a yogurt that doesn’t need a spoon, tastes yummy and is good for you – will they take the time to eat their breakfast or grab a midmorning snack? That’s what I set out to discover as I treated my office staff to a Go Spoonless party last week!
These are the awesome folks that I work with on a daily basis:
When it comes to food, our office is a very complex.. we love it, we have it around often, but we’re very picky about it. I was a little unsure how a spoonless yogurt would go over but I have to tell you – it was VERY well received. Folks were happy with the taste, thought the calories were reasonable and everyone was amazed at the amount of protein that was packed into the bottle. Since it’s sweetened with real sugar, that’s a little on the high side but the perk is that you don’t have that nasty after-taste that artificial sweeteners leave behind. Even our resident workout guru, Jason gave it a thumbs up.
As if proving that we COULD have a good breakfast or snack on the go wasn’t awesome enough, imagine the delight when I handed out trinkets like party favors! And the fact that Früsh Green is the same as our company green? Bonus!
To find Früsh in your area, you can visit their GoSpoonless site – these yogurt drinks will please everyone.. Moms, Dads, Kids, Grandparents.. As you can see, we had them all here except the kids!
Well done, Früsh… now I really have no excuse to not get my fruit and breakfast intake on a daily basis! And in their own words
“Früsh gives you the chance to have your yogurt in one hand and handle life in the other.”