New Greek Yogurt Parfait from Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A has updated its menu offerings in recent years including its salad lineup and grilled chicken.  The latest update comes to the Yogurt Parfait in the form of the new Greek Yogurt Parfait.  The Greek Yogurt Parfait has half of the sugar and twice the protein of the previous offering.  The Greek Yogurt Parfait contains 110 calories per serving and comes with strawberries and blueberries and can be topped with Harvest Nut Granola (+60 calories) or chocolate cookie crumbles (+20 calories).  Priced starting at $2.39.

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6 comments on “New Greek Yogurt Parfait from Chick-fil-A

  1. Dank Meme says:

    That’s some expensive yogurt.

    That will go healthy with my 1000 calorie chicken tender meal.

    • Matt says:

      I don’t think it’s that expensive….any brand of greek yogurt at the store is going to be 1$ (if on sale) – 2$ (if not on sale). And while i’m sure it’s a small amount you’re also getting strawberries and blueberries. Seems like a fair price

      • Dank Meme says:

        Weird, here its a dollar if not on sale and like 80 cents if it is.

        • Matt says:

          Yeah I forget about price fluctuations, true. It sucks because Fage is my favorite brand and it’s doesn’t seem to be on sale as much as the others, and it is 1.89 regular price at both stores I shop at.

    • Jeni says:

      If you’re concerned about calories, it would make more sense to get a 12-count of grilled nuggets, the yogurt parfait, and even a small fry for 670 calories. Take out the fries and it’s only 360 calories. Even better, get the grilled market salad w/ berry vinaigrette and the parfait for 470 calories. It’s easy to make healthful choices at Chick-Fil-A. I don’t eat out often so I tend to splurge on a regular chicken sandwich meal, though. 😉

  2. Thistle says:

    I wonder how many people will pick the granola over the cookie toppings, thinking it’s the more healthy option?

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