Siggi’s Drinkable Yogurt

updated May 30, 2019
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Item: Probiotic & Filmjólk Swedish Non-Fat Drinkable Yogurts from Siggi’s
Price: $1.99 to $4.99
Overall Impression: Yummy low-sugar drinkable yogurts.

We’re big fans of Siggi’s Iceland-style yogurts — extra thick, and extra high in protein. So when he sent some of their drinkable yogurts to check out too, I was thrilled. These are really delicious!

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The Review

Characteristics and Specs: Like Siggi’s strained yogurt, this stuff is deliciously tangy and low in sugar, high in protein (for yogurt). It comes in two kinds: The plain, unflavored Swedish filmjólk, drinkable yogurt in 11.2-ounce bottles. Also, there are smaller 3.7-ounce bottles with high probiotic counts and which come in multiple flavors: Plain, strawberry, and blueberry.
Favorite details: I loved the tangy taste and the way that the yogurt really filled me up. This has become my favorite pre-workout snack in the mornings; it goes down easily and is surprisingly filling. Even the smaller bottles hold me well through a morning workout.
Potential problems: None that I can see, other than that these may be too tangy for young children to enjoy.
Splurge-worthy? At $4 to $5 for a four-pack of the 3.7-ounce probiotic yogurts, this isn’t the cheapest yogurt drink out there. But for a good low-sugar, easy-to-grab snack, I don’t mind paying the price.

Have you tried these drinkable yogurts?

Find It! Available at many grocery stores nationwide. Check out the Siggi’s store finder here.

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