I threw a teaser photo from this post onto my Instagram a few days ago with a simple caption asking who else is obsessed with this stuff. I was met with a blizzard of exclamation points and emojis from all the other noosa lovers out there. I’ve never met a person who didn’t love noosa, and I wouldn’t trust them if I did.
Do you guys usually eat your noosa for breakfast or snack time? Or dessert? Or all? Lol. It’s all for me. A few weeks ago I spontaneously signed up for a half marathon that my sis-in-law was doing. Just wrapped it up yesterday and am resting my poor sore legs. As my training miles increased so did my appetite, especially for anything fresh and colorful. That’s what led me to the idea for this fun set-up. There’s the cutest little fruit stand right nearby my house that opens every summer. They only sell a few items, but my, my are they always perfectly ripe and delicious. I went a little crazy there and decided to satisfy every craving I had at once by buying one of everything. Added some creamy noosa to my spoils and that combo served as my treat of choice for probably a week until it all ran out. I’m talking breakfast, snack-time, dessert, and all the in-between’s. It was glorious.
What’s your favorite flavor? I kid you not, they are all yum to me, but if I were forced to choose one it would have to be the lemon noosa. I loooove lemon, and noosa just does it so right. That creamy yoghurt with that thick lemon-y goodness, mmmmmm. It’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart, and has that thick, velvety texture that only noosa has. And here’s a lovely FYI for you: noosa is made in small batches on a family farm in Colorado with all-natural whole milk from happy cows, fresh fruit purees – made using the ripest, juiciest fruits, and a touch of wildflower honey. So many words that I love in that sentence.
I hope I’ve inspired you all to infuse more noosa into your life. One of my Insta followers said noosa is the one thing she misses as she’s living in Korea. See, some people have to live without these basic necessities, so you all should be grateful that it’s at your fingertips 😉