WIN! A month’s supply of Total Greek Yoghurt + Zest magazine subscription – DG 11th Birthday Sell Out Day 6

Dietgirl 11th Birthday Sell Out!The prize:
One lucky winner will receive a month's supply of Total Greek Yogurt plus a 12-month subscription to Zest magazine, courtesy of the Total Greek Yogurt folks.

Available to readers from: UK only. Sorry!

What the heck is it?
Total Greek Yoghurt is delicious, thick, creamy yoghurt that leaves all other yoghurts whimpering in the aisles, cursing their inferiority. This of course is just my opinion… dinnae sue me, hen. Zest magazine is a leading UK health and fitness magazine.

Total 2% greek yogurt

The lucky winner of this prize can linger over their magazine while enjoying the following yoghurt bonanza:

– 2 x 500g tubs of 2%
– 2 x 500g tubs of 0%
– 4 x  0% Greek Yoghurt Split pot (blueberry, honey, tropical fruits and strawberry)
– 1 kilo Classic Greek Yoghurt

Whoever you are, lucky winner, I am SPEWING with jealousy already.

(Total lasts for ages in the fridge so the winner should be able to get through it all, otherwise they can share it with your pals. Or me!)

Instant frozen yogurt

Why I dig it
If you've been reading awhile you'll have heard me bang on and on about this yoghurt. My Greek goddess friend Argy introduced us in 2005 and the love affair has been going strong ever since.

It's more versatile than Meryl Streep:

Total have just launched a new website with lots of recipes and useful info from their TOTAL Living Team, consisting of TV Chef Paul Merrett, nutritionist Martin Macdonald and Daybreak Fitness expert Dee Thresher. They’ll be hosting live Q&A sessions, providing video content, recipes, meal and exercise plans, news and competitions. You can check it out at

There is one Greek Yoghurt + Zest prize to be won, courtesy of TOTAL Greek Yoghurt. Simply leave a comment on this blog entry to enter. If you're reading this post via an RSS feed, Facebook or Goodreads, you need to click through to the Dietgirl blog. Entries close Tuesday 31 January 2012 at 9PM GMT. Winners will be drawn at random. UK entries only.  Click here to view terms and conditions of the Sell Out.

71 thoughts on “WIN! A month’s supply of Total Greek Yoghurt + Zest magazine subscription – DG 11th Birthday Sell Out Day 6

  1. This has to be the BEST prize yet, yum,yum,yum! I need something to restore my Zest as I’m off sick with torn ankle ligaments…. Sounds so versatile I could probably rub it on my ankle!

  2. God, i love this yoghurt! Especially as instant ice cream…..i also like it mixed with berries and oats for breakfast πŸ™‚

  3. I would LOVE to win this. Fage is my favourite thing to eat (frozen yogurt, yum), but I can’t afford to buy it for the next few months πŸ™

  4. Dear Total,and Zest I may not have the body of a Greek Goddess” but with the help of a months supply of the deliciously smooth and rich total I hope to shed the pounds like an Olympian..
    My legs may not be smooth as your yoghurt but with the help of Total I could loose enough pounds so I can shave the blighter’s.. I may be thick like the delicious Total but with your help and 1 months supply i could be thick and healthy πŸ˜‰
    Yours in hunger and hope
    Ps Your simply the Zest, Better than all the Zest Better than any one, anyone ive ever zest..

  5. Woohoo! Fage is the best, even the low fat isn’t too bad (though why you wouldn’t eat the proper one I don’t know…)

  6. OMFG! I will be saying a wee prayer to the Gods of Random Number Generators tonight in the hopes it will be me. I eat the 2% version every day. I put dried sour cherries in it and leave them to plump up overnight… MMMMMM….

  7. oh my goodness this is such an AWESOME prize! i don’t play the lottery so maybe my lucky numbers are here instead?!

  8. I haven’t tried this before, am going to give the Eton Mess a go with it though it looks great πŸ™‚

  9. Oh my, this would basically feed me for a month! I put greek yoghurt on everything: in cereal to make it more creamy, on top of a hearty bowl of dal, with cake instead of ice-cream (only sometimes, though. Don’t give me that side eye.) Ah, and standalone with a few blueberries and apricot compote. Then there is the matter of how greek yoghurt makes excellent bircher muesli…

  10. Ooooh, yes please! I love nothing more than some 0% and sweetener and fruit as my dessert. A months’ worth would be greatly appreciated in this house!

  11. My only question is whether I *have* to spread it out over the month or if I can have a few days of giant dairy-splurging and just pretend it lasted a month?

  12. Ohh lovely, I use this for an amazing chocolate marble cake. Not particularly diet friendly but truly scrummy

  13. Greek yoghurt and honey go together like Casey Stoner and Honda – the perfect combination! My mouth is watering at the thought of that great prize.

  14. I have been reading (and loving) your blog for a couple of years now and even served you once in a shop in Edinburgh, but have been too shy to say hello – well no more! The thought of Greek Yoghurt and a Magazine subscription has brought out my courageous side and brought me out of hiding. Pick me RNG!

  15. Well, I lost 8 stone after a gastric bypass, and what with the pre-op milk diet and lactose intolerance afterwards, I haven’t had yogurt for a really long time. You’ve made it sound so yummy I’m going to get some even if I’m not randomly generated.

  16. I’m in the UK! I can enter! Woo (I probably learned that from you)! Also, on a student budget. Imagine the savings. Fingers crossed, and toes too πŸ™‚

  17. LOVE. LOVE. LOVE this yogurt! Alas, I’m in the U.S. so I can’t enter. Just had to comment because I love it do much, and I almost got turned off of Greek yogurt before I tried this one.

  18. Currently suffering with an extremely painful tooth root abscess with further tooth surgery looming in the near future. Yoghurt is about all I can eat so I would get through this lot in record time and I’m sure it would bring a smile to my hideously swollen face!

  19. I simply LOVE Total Greek yoghurt! How can a zero fat Yoghurt taste so thick and creamy?! It lasts for ages and is totally versatile! I’ve used it in sweet and savoury dishes at all times of day. Fingers crossed I’m lucky and win this, I’m making a great effort to lose weight and lead a healthier lifestyle this year!

  20. I love this stuff! I used to buy it in the US at Trader Joe’s where it was a more reasonable price. Here in the UK it’s a bit pricey but so worth it as a treat. So good that I do worry that someday we will find out it’s not actually fat free just like that Seinfeld episode….

  21. Yum! I love this in chocolate and raspberry smoothies. I use a teaspoon of Green & Black’s Cocoa powder – I first tried this stuff on a Dietgirl recommendation!

  22. I would really love to win this! Would help me lose weight and save money which I really need to do

  23. fabulous prize up for grabs, would love to win as I’m trying to up my protein intake to improve my muscle tone, I didn’t realise how versatile greek yoghurt was so to use in different ways other than dessert is an eye opener

  24. Yes please, I loveeeeeeee Greek yoghurt πŸ™‚ I’ve never been able to find the split pots around here either so it would be lovely to get the chance to try those as well.

  25. i would love to win this prize would make a love treat for me not sure i woulld share it with the kids could be mine mine mine lol

  26. I only love one thing more than Total Greek Yoghurt… it’s reading Zest magazine!!! So excited about posting this comment, so want to win… PICK ME ME ME!
    Thanks x

  27. I love Total yoghurt, started using it in place of sour cream a good while ago, but now use it for loads of other things as well, yummy. I’d love to enter for a chance to win please, thanks.

  28. Greek Yoghurt is on my list of things to try that I never get around to and I buy Zest monthly so if I was the supremely lucky person who wins I will be a happy dieting girly x

  29. Booo again. We have this brand in the US too although I’m not sure about the magazine. I was totally excited about a 3-month supply!

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