I always have plain yogurt in my refrigerator and often it's Greek Yogurt. Of course, I like almost any type of yogurt. On National Greek Yogurt Day read on how I often start my day with cool yogurt.
I noticed Greek Yogurt a few years ago and immediately liked how thick and creamier it was. You can read all about the difference between regular and Greek Yogurt by clicking here.
Mainly, Greek Yogurt is strained and has the whey and other liquids reduced or removed. So the texture is thicker and a bit sourer in flavor.
I never cared for yogurt as a kid, but I love it now! I guess the sourness was too extreme, but when it hit the market with fruit, well, the added sugar was too much, too. Prices have again increased this year, so you won't find these deals below but yogurt is still a decent deal.
These days yogurt with fruit or other flavors is reduced in sugar, but I still only buy plain yogurt and add my own fresh fruit. Check out my video below to see how I do it.
Almost any fresh fruit you can find will work. I find sliced banana and seedless grapes are the easiest to add and they show up cheaply at my grocer.
I go by what's in season so that way the price is right. You want to keep a watch out for peach and cherry season especially.