A V-Day Giveaway

How do you feel about V-day? Love it? Loathe it?

I never had particularly strong feelings about it… last year it was a good excuse (but who needs an excuse?) to eat a huge slice of carrot cake. And then put it in my breakfast the next morning.

If you happen to be looking for a last-minute gift idea, try a heart-shaped peanut butter cup! (There’s no shame in making this for yourself, either.)


I found this fun graphic about flower etiquette… I’m not too much of a “rules girl” myself (don’t think this comes as much of a surprise) but apparently you’ve got to be careful when doling out the yellow blooms!

flower guide

Anyway, Valentine’s Day isn’t for everyone. But what is for (almost) everyone is this Chobani giveaway! After searching far and wide for Chobani’s latest flavors- Blood Orange, Passion Fruit & Apple Cinnamon- I was delighted to find a box of ‘em waiting for me on my doorstep last week.


They’re all fabulous, and we have since restocked the fridge with even more! I’m not the only one who eats these, I promise…

chobani flavors.jpg

Overnight Oats have been back with a vengeance, and have been one of the only breakfasts lately that keep Agnes the Tapeworm at bay.

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  • 1/4 c. rolled oats
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 t chia seeds
  • 1 container Chobani Passion Fruit low-fat Greek yogurt

stirstirstir, refrigerate


  • 1 scoop tangerine lemon curd
  • almond butter drizzle
  • sprinkle of granola

Close your eyes and imagine yourself on a tropical island. Wear your bathing suit if it helps get ya in the mood.

Chobani is offering one US reader a box of their new flavors, too! Just leave a comment on this post, and Tweet @Chobani and @Lilveggiepatch for an extra entry. I’ll pick a winner on Friday morning. Good luck!

They’re also just starting to pop up in stores, so keep your eyes peeled.

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