Found a New Yogurt to love!!!!

Graylin Bee
By Graylin Bee Latest Reply 2012-08-07 15:56:43 -0500
Started 2012-08-02 18:58:14 -0500

Noosa a local to Colordo yogurt s wonderful!!!
Yesterday hubby and I stopped for the first time at the Chery Creek Wednesday Farmers Market. Tasted this cheesecake-like yogurt, after reading the label…bliss.
Between 14 -16 carbs per serving and 9 protein. Creamy, rich, not tart or overly sweet.
Found it later in the day again at Super Target. Then bought some more on sale at Sprout's.
Their website is
NoosaYogurt.com
There you can enter your zip. Hopefully it can be found at a store near you.
Besides Super Target and Sprouts, Sunflower, Natural Grocers, and King Soopers carry it.
Their happy cows made me happy.


25 replies

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-02 19:03:06 -0500 Report

Hmmmm, it is sold at a market not far from me that I have been wanting to check out for some time. Looks like this might be the reason to go. I like yogurt and just don't eat it too much because I like the fruited ones and even the Greeks have a good amount of carb. I will gladly give this a try. I would love to drive out to Colorado to get mine. LOL

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-02 19:12:00 -0500 Report

Even though the trip might be tempting purely for the sake of this yogurt go to the closer market. The raspberry and blueberry flavors are uber yummy. They are 14 carb per 4 oz serving. It is rich enough 4 oz is a very good portion.
Going to try the strawberry rhubarb for a late snack tonight.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-02 19:18:19 -0500 Report

Oh my strawberry and rhubarb?!! What summer fun. I love that combination.
I love Colorado and miss visiting. I was there several years in a row for vacations, what a beautiful state.

CJ55
CJ55 2012-08-03 00:51:29 -0500 Report

Never been to Colorado, but it sounds wonderful. I bet you see beautiful sunrises or sunsets, maybe even both. :-) CJ

jayabee52
jayabee52 2012-08-03 01:59:36 -0500 Report

oh i've passed through CO several times in my life. Beautiful place!

Only one thing though, the mountains get in the way of the sunrises and sunsets! LoL!

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-03 08:07:00 -0500 Report

They only add to the dawn and dusk drama.
An added bonus is the ease in telling east from west during daylight hours.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-03 14:31:38 -0500 Report

My favorite (if I have to pick ONE) is the Ponderosa Lodge right outside the Rocky Mountain National Forest in Estes Park. I love it, with a creek running right outside the window and the mountains right there. I love it.

Tony5657
Tony5657 2012-08-05 06:03:20 -0500 Report

Ponderosa Lodge is also my favorite place in CO. I saw my first beaver there in that creek. I also love hiking the Pikes Peak Trail and walking along on the old dirt railroad bed, later converted to an auto road that connects Colorado Springs with Cripple Creek. A beautiful hike. Colorado finally had to close that road to auto traffic because of the high maintenance costs keeping it open.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-05 18:10:37 -0500 Report

How funny is that! Isn't it quaint and quiet even off the main road. I didn't climb Pikes peak, but I have been at the top and did some exploring. I see why America the Beautiful was inspired there. Cripple Creek..OMG...the donkeys are a mess there. Have you done Mosquito Pass or seen the Old Mill?

Tony5657
Tony5657 2012-08-06 05:15:12 -0500 Report

Gabby, no we didn't visit Mosquito Pass or Crystal Mill, CO but we've pretty much traveled the entire state. Mom & Dad lived in Colorado Springs for 20 years and we visited them every year, in all seasons, even in blizzards. We hiked off beat trails, explored abandoned mines & ghost towns - where we were the only visitors, except, of course, for the ghosts! To get to one mine, in the dead of Winter, we had to go up the side of a mountain, sometimes 45 degrees steep, in waist deep snow. We actually had to grab trees & pull ourselves up, but it was worth it. Glad no bears were hibernating in the mines we visited! We prefer the "non tourist", do it yourself, exploring & always carried flashlights so we could see inside the dark, long abandoned mines. Some were pretty scary with rotted shoring timbers & evidence of large & small cave ins, but we survived. Yep, America the Beautiful. Tony5657 Stuck in boring New Braunfels, TX

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-06 17:45:53 -0500 Report

Oh too bad we never crossed trails. I used to go with a friend of mine and we hung out in Sedona and that was our base camp. Then from there we explored some places we never had any business going. LOL It took us 45 minutes to go 6 miles to reach the Mill at Crystal. And the B&B we stayed at there had the Mayor stop in for breakfast. Of course, the population as about 12 and he also drove the marble trucks. I was always there in early spring or late summer, but we had our share of snow and tricky hikes. Loved it.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-08-07 15:20:55 -0500 Report

I love Yellowstone park. I have only been once, but we stayed for 2 days. It is an incredible place. What was your favorite part of the park?

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-07 15:36:53 -0500 Report

Hubby and I wandered through it one wonderfully warm February day. We set off to the North and ended up there. The a few weeks later we headed North and wandered up to Mount Rushmore. Got to see the Presidents when only about 20 people were there.

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-07 15:56:43 -0500 Report

Sure does make a huge difference. The crowds were huge the year I went with my High School marching band. However the crowd wasn't very huge that year when we stopped in Lusk, Wyoming for fuel on the way back from the band competition. We had a 1 marching band parade down the middle of town. They asked, we supplied.

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-07 15:50:51 -0500 Report

Hubby grew up in a High Plains Ghost Town, Keota. His family made up about half of the population. He said you can see the path his brother's made one day when they were bored on the Google satllite view.

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-03 16:05:02 -0500 Report

Estes is nice along the Big Thompson. My favorite is The Poudre. Just a few canyons to the north. Dad also used to take us to both the St Vrains on his fishing trips. But seems we spent most if our time aling the upper Poudre area.

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-02 19:32:08 -0500 Report

Love living in Colorado for the views. I get to see the Rockies against the horizon from my front door finally again. Spent too many years living in the far NE corner of the state. The prairie has its own beauty, but I love my Rockies.

Tony5657
Tony5657 2012-08-06 07:09:11 -0500 Report

Graylin Bee, I need your address so I can show up for a dinner with a view … LOL :o) Mom & Dad's house in Colorado Springs faced Pike's Peak and every morning as the sun was coming up, it turned the show on top of the peak a beautiful gold color. Ahhh, the memories.
Tony5657

Graylin Bee
Graylin Bee 2012-08-07 15:46:14 -0500 Report

Dinner is about 7-7:30 AM for me. The view is better at the overlook off of Havana at the Bluff Lake Wild Life veiwing area. It's open from sunup to sundown. Grew up near there, on the south side of the old Stapleton Airport, across the east/west runways from it.