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Snack Healthfully with Laura Chenel Goat Yogurt


Smooth, creamy, and healthy with 1 Billion+ BB-12 probiotics per serving, Laura Chenel goat milk yogurts are ideal for breakfast or snacking on the go. Made in small batches using non-homogenized milk straight from family-owned farms, these French-style yogurts have a delicate, fresh flavor with bright tangy notes—and never a hint of “goaty-ness.”

There are many ways to enjoy them throughout the day. With the addition of berries and granola, Vanilla becomes a family friendly treat, and is also delicious in place of whipped cream with a fruit crisp or poundcake. Plain can be enjoyed as a substitute for sour cream or crème fraîche in sauces and dips, to top tacos or stir into soups. Try this easy recipe!

Honey & Spice Roasted Pears with Laura Chenel Goat Milk Yogurt

  • Preheat oven to 300°F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Place halved, cored pears on the sheet, cut side up.
  • Drizzle pears with honey and sprinkle with cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.
  • Roast pears for 1 hour, then let cool to room temperature.
  • Serve topped with yogurt and chopped pistachios.

Why probiotics matter

Laura Chenel Goat Milk Yogurt is packed with live and active cultures, and a guaranteed 1 Billion+ BB-12 probiotics per serving. Studies show BB-12 is a probiotic powerhouse, it supports the immune and digestive systems and promotes gastrointestinal health. Live and active cultures such as L. Casei, L. Acidophilus, L. Bulgaricus, and S. Thermophilus further the effectiveness of the probiotics by balancing gut flora and encouraging healthy bacteria, in addition to giving the yogurt its exceptionally creamy texture. 

About Laura Chenel

When Laura Chenel began making goat cheese in Sonoma, California more than 40 years ago, she was the first to introduce Americans to the artisan cheeses she had discovered in France. Today, her name is synonymous with fresh goat cheese and goat milk yogurt, and the company she founded continues to innovate while adhering to the high standards she established. In 2021, Laura Chenel accepted the Mindful Award for Yogurt of the Year, which recognizes the company’s commitment to sustainable practices and dedication to making food that is good for both people and the planet.

Laura Chenel

Laura Chenel ushered in a new chapter in American cheese in 1979 when she started making farmstead goat cheese with milk from her goats and techniques she learned in France. Today, Laura Chenel still embodies its founding namesake’s pioneering spirit as a leading producer of fresh and aged goat cheeses, and goat yogurts crafted with fresh goat milk from family-owned farms in California, Oregon, Nevada and Idaho. Located in the heart of Sonoma County, Laura Chenel is the first U.S. creamery to be awarded LEED Gold certification, and its commitment to sustainable practices, including solar energy and recycling, helps preserve the terroir for generations to come.

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