Giveaway (CLOSED): Greek Food Hamper From Greek Gods Yogurt

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Brand new to the UK is Greek Gods Yogurt. Hugely popular in America the range consists of 4 different honey flavours:-

  • Honey
  • Honey & Clementine
  • Honey & Strawberry
  • Honey & Vanilla

With fewer calories than many yogurts Greek Gods Yogurt makes a good alternative to cream, and is also full of friendly bacteria.

Pop over to Greek Gods on Facebook and grab yourself a £2 off coupon to try some for yourself – the question is which flavour will your try first? (Currently the yogurt is on offer in Sainsbury’s for £2 – so with the coupon it is FREE!)

To celebrate the launch I have a fab Greek Food Hamper containing the products below to be won by one Fuss Free Flavours reader.

1 x high-quality extra virgin olive oil
1 x jar of organic mixed olives
1 x jar of stuffed vine leaves
1 x organic Greek honey
1 x Greek Delight
1 x nifty garlic zoom
1 x stylish lemon squeezer
1 x set of two oil drizzlers

Greek Gods Yogurt is available from Sainsbury’s for £2.95 for a 680g tub.

Win A Greek Food Hamper

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Comments

  1. Jenny Leonard says

    I love meze, it’s great for parties and when I want to have a special meal with all of the children. There is something for everyone and the mix of tastes and dishes is supreme. One of my favourite is a kind of herby tomato fritter, with courgette and onion….. :)

  2. Laura C. Martin says

    I love Greek food, especially as I now spend half the year in Greece! So much to choose from but one of my favourites is Lamb Kleftico and I also love the Orange Spoon sweets made by the locals, gorgeous with thick creamy Greek Yoghurt.

  3. says

    most definitely avgolemono especially when draped over stuffed vine leaves. and for every day it’s greek yoghurt just because it is so incredibly versatile and tastes lovely.

  4. kelly forbes says

    I think it would have to be Feta Cheese – I love the stuff! Served with a good quality olive oil, olives with herbs, fresh bread, and a glass of wine – it’s my idea of a perfect Summer meal!

  5. Lisa Pope says

    A few years ago my Greek friend cooked stuffed vine leaves for me they had a minced beef filling & she used lots of different herbs & spices, although I’ve not been able to recreate her version perfectly (they were so tasty)I do try to make them & they’re my favourite Greek Food

  6. J. Tingay says

    I love Bougatsa (especially cheese), but Gyros (all varieties) are my favourite. The first task when arriving in Greece is to find the best places to get these!

  7. Andrew Halliwell says

    Don’t think I’ve ever tasted any Greek food… So I couldn’t possibly comment on a favourite unfortunately.

    I do like yoghurt in general though so I’ll just say that until I’ve sampled more.
    Greek Yoghurt.

  8. Kryssy Read says

    My fave is DOLMADES (stuffed vine leaves). Many years ago – in the 1970s – I used to visit a tiny Greek restaurant around the back of Lower Thames Street every Wednesday lunchtime and have Dolmades. Never had better since – and believe me I’ve tried a lot – but they are still my favourite Greek food. Scrummy.

  9. Kryssy says

    I used to make Moussaka with potatoes instead of aubergines when I was bringing up the children. It was one of the first thing I learned to cook and it became a staple over the years. When I first tasted it with aubergines it just didn’t feel right. Luckily I soon converted to the real thing :-)

  10. kim winter says

    Dolmades! Great for serving when entertaining,nutritious and easy to make! I love the combination of rice & pine nuts.Yum!

  11. vauna beauvais says

    Tiropitakia?[tiro-pi-takia]
    Little filo pastry parcels with creamy leek, spinach and feta filling.

    ??????? [delicious]

  12. Michelle Becker says

    A difficult choice for me between a sweet and a savoury dish. Sweet would be Galaktoboureko. I used to work for a Greek family at a cafe in AUstralia and the owner would make this from scratch. Savoury would be Spanakopita. :)

  13. vauna beauvais says

    Melomakarona (also called Phoenikia)
    cookies made with cinnamon and cloves, soaked in a honey syrup, with a topping sprinkled of sesame seeds, walnuts, and cinnamon.

    – They are a Christmas tradition in Greece.

  14. Caroline Dobson says

    I love Stifado & also Souvlaki with Tzatziki….. Mouth is watering at the very thought!! All Greek meals should be washed down with ample quantities of a wonderful greek Wine called Imiglykos!

  15. Veronica Therawati says

    I have tried all of flavour Greek yoghurt they are Vanila and Honey, Vanila, Strawberry…..i love all delicious…xxx

  16. Stacey says

    It’s almost too difficult to choose just one Greek food, there are so many great dishes.
    Think I will have to go for pastichio or maybe moussaka.

  17. Jacqui S says

    Greek yoghurt with a chopped bananas, chopped dates, sprinkled with toasted flaked almonds and a drizzle of honey. A wonderful breakfast treat.

  18. rebecca austerberry says

    I am a bit of a Greek novice – I do like sweet things though so some honey pastries or something would be heaven. This hamper of Greek treats would let me learn more and try more!!
    Good luck everyone!

  19. clair dukes says

    I love Halloumi stack which i make with muchrooms and pepper, I will also have a Greek salad as a side dish to this. But for the hubby I have to give him Greek Roast Lamb….

  20. Natalie holland says

    I don’t make moussaka much, but when I do, I always think how I should make it more often! It’s lovely x

  21. Peter Callcut says

    Yum, Greek honey I can see that on some pancakes. I know but I like to mix foods from round the world

  22. Joanne Crosby says

    Greek-style moussaka, made with aubergines and lamb, packed with herbs and topped with two types of cheese.

  23. Robyn H says

    Beef stifado with greek potatoes, rice and a nice big salad. Fell in love with this on the island of Zakynthos! Lush.

  24. laura martin says

    I tried the Jamie Oliver greek recipe of filo pastry with feta & honey and loved it, i’m trying to broaden my range of things I can cook

  25. Lisa Ellison says

    I adore Greek Yoghurt with Honey, thats the only time I will use honey because I can’t stand it unless it’s in that.

  26. Kirsty Caffrey says

    Ohhh love all of it – Greek salad with loads of olives and feta, Moussaka and Greek Yoghurt with honey and walnuts to finish :-)

  27. LizFerguson ferguson says

    Greek lamb with Ouzo. I like one pot meals. Put diced lamb in a casserole dish with a mix of spices & herbs, onions & sliced olives. Add olive oil & chopped tomatoes. Cover & cook for about an hour. Add ouzo, cook uncovered for 30 minutes. Serve with crusty bread.

  28. Liz ferguson says

    Greek lamb & ouzo. I like one pot meals. Place diced lamb, onions & sliced olives in casserole dish. Add a selection of your fave herbs & spices. Add olive oil & tomatoes. Cook for an hour, covered. Add ouzo & cook for thirty minutes uncovered. Serve with crusty bread & Greek yogurt flavoured with fresh mint. And, of course, a glass of ouzo!

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