A Tasty Blueberry Trifle Recipe And Another Great Chobani Giveaway

Its almost amazing how much yogurt my family consumes on a regular basis. That’s why we felt like we hit the mother load when Chobani contacted us to do a review and giveaway for them. Mostly because they sent us gigantic 16 oz. tubs of all our favorite varieties: 0% Peach, 0% Blueberry, 0% Black Cherry, 2% Vanilla Chocolate Chunk, 2% Mango, and 2% Pineapple. It was kind of like we were in yogurt heaven, or at least had a piece of heaven in our fridge.

Chobani Yogurt
We were sent so much yogurt that we couldn’t even fit them all into a picture. Four of the six flavors we were sent.

After the initial exuberance of it all wore off, our thoughts of heaven quickly turned to that of  yogurt hell. What on earth were we going to do with all that yogurt!?! Luckily, Chobani had us covered.

If you haven’t visited the Chobani Kitchen yet, you really need to. They provide you with all sorts of recipes so that you never have to worry about what to do with your yogurt again.  From savory to sweet, you’ll find the most amazing recipes – all incorporating Chobani yogurt into the mix. So even if you aren’t a yogurt fanatic like me, you can still find ways to incorporate this good-for-you-food into your daily meal plan.

One of the recipes we decided to try was the Blueberry Trifle. We swapped out the heavy cream for skim milk and the sugar for Stevia to try and “healthify” it even further, but other than that we kept the recipe the same. This resulted in a thinner yogurt mixture, but luckily, it still tasted pretty delicious. I wouldn’t recommend swapping skim milk for the heavy cream though if you are looking to impress your fellow diners. The visual appeal and texture will not be as intended if you do.  A better way to cut down on the calories would be to serve miniature versions of the trifle so you can keep calories in check without losing that “wow” factor.

Blueberry Trifles for Four

Chobani Blueberry Trifle

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 8 servings

Serving Size: 1 trifle

Calories per serving: 320

Fat per serving: 17 g


  • 1½ c Chobani Blueberry Greek Yogurt
  • ¾ c skim milk
  • 1 Stevia packet
  • 2 large blueberry muffins, crumbled
  • 3½ c blueberries
  • ½ t ground cinnamon


  1. Whip heavy cream and sugar to stiff peaks and stir in Chobani.
  2. In a dish or glass, layer one-third Chobani mixture, one crumbled muffin and half of the blueberries. Repeat and top with remaining Chobani mixture.
  3. Chill 30 minutes or overnight before serving.


This is the original recipe from the Chobani Kitchen. It can be seen in its original format here: http://chobani.com/kitchen/recipes/blueberry-trifle/


The blueberry trifle made for a great dessert and I can’t wait to try more recipes from the Chobani Kitchen. Although we might go more savory next time. The Turkey Burger with Chobani Horseradish Sauce seems to be calling my name!

What recipe would you choose? Let us know and you could win your own case of 16 oz. Chobani yogurts! Simply follow the directions below:

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Need even more yogurt inspiration? Consider downloading this free recipe book with a few of Chobani’s best recipes!

Good luck!

The Girl Behind the Plate,

Disclosure/Disclaimer: We were sent free 16 oz. tubs of blended fruit yogurt from Chobani for a review. We were not financially compensated for this review and the opinions expressed are Kati’s alone. We just thought you should know. For a full list of our disclosure and disclaimer policies, please check out our legal page


  1. shannon says

    Definitely the Pineapple Cherry Pound cake! sounds sooo yummy! Thank you for the chance to win.. awesome prize!

  2. Barbara Montag says

    I’d love to make Hummus – didn’t know you could do that with yogurt!
    Thank youl

  3. Lauren Siren says

    The salmon bites look delicious and would be perfect for the upcoming football parties I’ll be hosting!

  4. Ttrockwood says

    Creamy jicama slaw looks great!
    Btw, above recipe ingredients have skim milk but directions include beat heavy cream….????

  5. Emily Rangel says

    Honestly i dont wanna take the time.. i just wanna eat it right out of the contaner

  6. Deanna says

    I think the blueberry trifle sounds good, but I agree with others, I love it best right out of the container!

  7. says

    The Fish tacos with Chobani Mango Salsa sounds interesting!! So crazy all the recipes that Chobani can be used with!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    rg86 at nau dot edu

  8. Deborah Grant says

    It has to be Peanut Butter Pie,my husband ,Ray, puts peanut buter on everything,bacon,sausage ,pancakes,fruit,ice cream,on and on there is no end for him.

  9. penelope merriweather says

    I’d like to try the strawberry icebox cake recipe’ ..!! Thanks for this giveaway!!

  10. Leslie S. says

    Wow! Lots of good sounding things to choose from. I think the Beet Tzatziki is a definite for me.

  11. Heather Houseknecht says

    I have made the spinach dip before, and it is to DIE for without all of the guilt. LOVE greek yogurt!

  12. Sylvie W says

    My eyes have been opened. I’ve never thought of using yogurt in recipes, really. The Chicken and White Bean Chili appeals to me. I’d make that as my first “with yogurt” dish.

  13. Pauline M says

    I already use chobani in my banana bread recipe and it’s wonderful. I’d also love to try the baked french toast!

  14. betty says

    spinach artichoke dip
    Before the holidays I would of gone with one of the pumpkin recipes. Tree came down today so I’m going with one that is not so seasonal

  15. Wendy McBride says

    Honey Mustard dip is one of the recipes I would like to try.

    wendym at cableone dot net

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