Giveaway: 1 month supply of siggi’s icelandic-style yogurt

a must WIN…. simple ingredients, not a lot of sugar

Last month, I was in yogurt haven at BlogFest with our awesome Sweat Pink Sisters when I tried siggi’s Icelandic-style strained yogurt.  This yogurt had fabulous bold creative flavors with real fruit and very little sugar.  I was so thrilled when I won a prize pack so we could all try every flavor!!  I am happy to report they were all delicious and my favorite flavors were the pomegranate, coconut and pumpkin.    Now it’s your turn!

I can’t wait for you to try it… better yet WIN some for your whole family !!


ENTER to WIN a month supply of siggi’s yogurt

I personally enjoy good quality yogurt as a protein source in my diet.  My kids also love yogurt as a snack but not all yogurt is created equal.  I am a picky Mom… no high sugar snacks for my family!  Did you know… some yogurts can have as much sugar as candy or ice cream and of course artificial ingredients and additives.  Not siggi’s ! Definitely received Mom’s stamp of approval for an anytime snack.



True to Icelandic tradition, siggi’s products do not contain any artificial preservatives, thickeners, sweeteners, flavors or colors, and are made with milk from family farms who do not use growth hormones such as rBGH. siggi’s dairy is fully committed to making rather delicious yogurt products with simple ingredients and not a lot of sugar, always.  siggi’s also contains 2-3 times the protein count of standard yogurt.

Check out the variety of awesome flavors. And with fall just around the corner, you will be pleased to try the delicious pumpkin… tastes like a decadent desert!

yogurt for desert

Not sure where to find siggi’s ? Whole Foods had the biggest selection of flavors and a few other local retailers also carry siggi’s.

Enter your zip code in the Store Locator to find a store near you.

Want to try Siggi’s for your family?

Siggi’s is generously offering one lucky reader a month’s supply of Siggi’s.

Enter today to WIN !!
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  1. I like to mix my yogurt up and then cover it and put it in the freezer for a half hour and then enjoy! I’d love to try the blueberry.

  2. Stephanie Coldwell says:

    I like yogurt for breakfast. I always have to add some kind of something to it, like fruit or oats. The pumpkin sounds good!

  3. I like yogurt with granola in it.
    I’d like to try the Strawberry.

  4. Susan Christy says:

    I like yogurt for breakfast or a snack. Would love to try Siggi’s Strawberry!

  5. I usually eat plain greek yogurt with granola, but I’d lvoe to try the coconut flavor.

  6. Vanilla with berries

  7. Anne Perry says:

    Id love to try the vanilla. I like to add granola and fruit to my yogurt.

  8. I love to have my yogurt with blueberries and peaches! My hands down favorite snack!

  9. Love yogurt parfaits for breakfast! Siggi’s is amazing!

  10. Ilana stein says:

    The vanilla flavor is absolutely amazing!

  11. I like granola with my yogurt. I want to try coconut.

  12. I would love to try the blueberry flavor and I like to have yogurt in my green smoothies.

  13. I love the plain yogurt, I like mine with berries, peanut butter, and granola!

  14. Siggi’s makes the best overnight oats toppings and smoothiebowls!

  15. My favorite way is with granola on top; I would have to say the blueberry

  16. Jordan D. says:

    I really want to try the pumpkin & spice or the fig flavor. I love Siggi’s yogurt!

  17. I just tried my first Siggi’s last week after seeing everyone’s rave reviews after Blogfest. It really is delicious! I would love to try all the flavors, but especially the ones that aren’t fat free. I like a little extra fat in my yogurt to tide me over to my next snack! Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. It is SO hard to find a great tasting yogurt with minimum sugars. This would keep me fueled up every day. I love BERRIES!!! Berry me up! 😉

  19. SO excited to offer this Giveaway to my readers as I know you will have a new favorite yogurt for your family!

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