This is a sponsored post on behalf of General Mills.
I used to be one of those people that skipped breakfast for the most part. I wasn't particularly hungry most mornings since I got up at 5:30 AM for work and I just relied on coffee to carry me through until I could have a midmorning snack or lunch. Times have definitely changed - especially now that I'm expecting. I've come to realize that what they say is true - breakfast is the most important meal and it really sets the tone for how I eat throughout the day. Rather than load up on carbs in the morning, I try to make healthier choices and opt for foods high in fiber and protein to keep me fuller longer. That's why my favorite morning breakfast is a yogurt parfait made with Liberte Mediterranee yogurt. Not only is it so yummy, it's so easy!
Our local Publix has a fabulous selection of Liberte Mediterranee yogurts and I try to keep our fridge fully stocked with all of their yummy flavors, including: Cappuccino, Caramel, Blackberry, Coconut, French Vanilla, Lemon, and Strawberry. To make a delicious (and seriously simple) breakfast parfait, just choose your favorite flavor, some berries, and granola and you're on your way to a satisfying meal that will keep you going all morning long.
Personally, I am in love with the Liberte Mediterranee French Vanilla flavor. Made with whole milk and cream, the texture of the yogurt is so velvety and smooth. Layered with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and granola for some extra crunch, it's #YogurtPerfection!
If breakfast isn't your thing, but you love a decadent treat, you have to try Liberte Mediterranee Cappuccino (flavors of bold espresso and sweet cream mingle in yogurt harmony) and Liberte Mediterranee Caramel (A sensorial delight, with pure melted caramel tamed by rich milk). These new flavors are SO good! I've been snacking on the Caramel yogurt with a sprinkling of coconut flakes and mini chocolate chips and it feels like a sinful treat, even though it's not!
Disclosure: The information and products in this sponsored post were provided by General Mills through Linqia. All opinions are 100% my own.
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Jo-Ann Brightman says
I learned that Liberte is made with whole milk and ha 9 flavors.
mary czerczyk says
The Kaporovsky family founded Liberte in 1936.
I learned that their lemon flavor originally didn't sell well but is now one of their best flavors.
Wanda McHenry says
I learned that the original name "Liberty" was translated to Liberte to appeal to French-speaking customers in Quebec.
Melissa Douglass says
I learned that they have several delicious flavors! They all sound amazing!
Kim VH says
That they use the best ingredients to get the best flavors!
I learned they refrain from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives.
Kimberly Flickinger says
I learned that there are no secret ingredients and the original name was "Liberty".
They have artisnal flavors that other companies don't have!.
Maeghyn Koehler says
That they make 9 flavors
Jennifer Mckinney says
They have some unique amazing flavors! I love yogurt and am always up for trying new kinds. Thank you for the coupon!!
Danielle Schodt says
I love how they have fun quotes on the bottoms of the lids. Kind of like Snapple, but more sophisticated!
Denise Osborn says
I learned that it comes in 9 flavors.
Amanda Alvarado says
I learned that Liberte was founded in 1936 in Canada and they expanded into the USA in 1999
I learned that Lemon is one of their best selling flavors.
Pamela Gurganus says
I learned that Liberté Méditerranée doesn't add gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives to their yogurt.
Gabrielle Danz says
I learned that it has 9 flavors! 🙂 Variety is always a good thing!
Sarah L says
They came to the US in 1999 and now sell nation wide.
Thanks for the contest.
I learned that they "refrain from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives."
Deborah D says
began making yogurt in 1964
Emily Endrizzi says
I learned that Liberte yogurt was founded in 1936 by the Kaporovsky family.
karen cairns says
I love this for breakfast and also a mid afternoon snack
Vicki Perkins says
I learned about delicious flavors and a yummy recipe.
Lindsey Khatri says
Liberte came to the US market in 1999
Amber Ludwig says
I learned that they respect the integrity of the ingredients and only use the finest ingredients, nothing more and nothing less!
Karen Giasson says
I learned that Jimmy Yelle worked for Liberte for 52 years before he retired in 2007.
Trisha W. says
I learned they have a cappucino flavor.
When the family moved from Russia they were inspired by the Statue of Liberty and named their dairy "Liberty" in her honor.
Jennifer Tilson says
I learned that one of the company's first employees was a delivery driver that not only spoke French but Yiddish.
Heather in VA says
I would love to try the Méditerranée Cappuccino. It looks amazing. Whole milk yogurt is the creamiest.
wendy hutton says
In 1936, Liberté began manufacturing cream and cottage cheeses near downtown Montréal on the corner of Saint-Urbain and Duluth streets, which today is home to Café Santropol.
I learned liberte came to the usa in 1999
Francine Anchondo says
They use the best ingredients
Erica C says
They have nine delicious flavors to choose from!
I learned that an employee...and the company...hope/want Liberte to be the first yogurt eaten on Mars! LOL
Sandi Woods says
I learned that I must try their yogurt! They have really unique flavors like Méditerranée Cappuccino, Coconut & Lemon! Thanks for the Heads up, Ruth,and the link to coupons too!
Holly Thomas says
I like the different flavors available.
Mandy Hammons says
I learned they make 9 flavors
I learned Liberte offers Méditerranée Cappuccino flavor yogurt, my favorite!
Paol Trenny says
I learned that their first factory was in Montreal, Canada.
gina blades says
I love blackberries, so I'm glad to see they have a blackberry yogurt.
Jana Leonard says
In 1999 the yogurt was brought to the US
Judy maharrey says
the yougart was founded in 1936 in quebec, canada. it was brought to america in 1999, and is now available worldwide.
Sheila M. says
The brand launched in United States in 1999.
Bel M says
At the beginning,they used to make mostly cheese based products.
The company was founded in 1936.
Angela Warren says
I learned that it's made with whole milk, and has 9 yummy flavors
Heather Mckenzie Carter says
They have a sweet story of how they came here from Russia and were inspired by the statue of liberty. Thats how they got the name Liberte!
Cynthia R says
I learned Liberte expanded to the USA in 1999.
Ashley S says
I learned that they they have yummy flavors that I am dying to try!
Jessica Haynes says
Their yogurt has so few ingredients (like six or fewer)! I love foods that keep it simple.
Lindsey L says
I learned that it was founded in 1936
Kim Hampton says
I learned that special project director Michel Villeneuve has worked for Liberte since 1970.
I like their story of coming to America
Margaret Smith says
I learned that they use only the finest ingredients and they start with whole milk & cream
April Beech says
I like how I can pronounce the ingredients that are in each yogurt. No additives or artificial sweeteners. This is something I wouldn't think twice about feeding this to my 2 year old.
Elizabeth Johnson says
Liberty's lemon flavor originally sold poorly but after sampling it is now among the best sellers world wide.
Debra Warila says
I learned that Liberte yogurt is made from whole milk and comes in nine delicious flavors.
Deborah W says
I like that they don't add preservatives, gelatins or sugar substitutes.
Kimberley Thomas says
Made with whole milk and comes in 9 flavors!
Stacy Davidson says
Has great looking yogurt including Caramel! Their name used to be liberty
Ann Fantom says
I learned that Liberte was founded in 1936 by the Kaporovsky family
Sandra Hingst says
They have a cappuccino flavor.
Amanda Saltsman says
there name was liberty
Lemon is a best selling flavor
Chelsea B says
I learned that Liberte refrains from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives to their products.
Cynthia C says
I learned that I can buy their products at my local Giant Eagle.
Thomas Murphy says
I learned they have a Méditerranée Cappuccino flavor.
Amanda Sakovitz says
I learned they have a caramel flavor
I learnd they use real fruit, and refrain from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives.
Geoff K says
I learned that our local co-op, just a couple miles away, has the Liberte products in stock!
Maegan Morin says
I learned that they have two lactose free greek yogurts for people who are lactose intolerant.
Ashley C says
I learned that Liberte first came to America in 1999
I learned that this company refrains from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives in their products!
Tammie Venne says
I learned that the company has been around since 1936
SUE HEGLE says
Nine flavors and I can buy it right up the street from my house!!
Jan Lee says
I learned that Liberte came to the United States in 1999 primarily on the east coast. The popularity increased and now it can be found nationwide 🙂
I learned that The Russian Emigrants Kaporovsky family named their Dairy "Liberty" after being inspired by the Statue of Liberty. The name was changed to "Liberte", but still captures the spirit of Hope & Freedom.
Heather Adkins says
Found out they were founded in 1936. I absolutely love their Lemon yogurt!
Mary m. says
I learned that Harris Teeter is the closest store to me that carries this product and it is 30.35 miles away.
Alysha O says
I learned that they have 9 yummy flavor and only use the best ingredients.
Seyma Shabbir says
They have so many flavors like strawberry and coconut!
Gina Hiskes says
Ooooh they have blueberry! And I used the store locator on their site and they carry it at my local grocery store!
Amanda McCollum says
I learned that the lemon flavor didn't sell well initially, which surprises me because I LOVE lemon!
Alona Y says
I learned that they don't add gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives.
Nicole U says
I learned that when their lemon flavor was release it sold poorly but their artisans changed all that and now it is the most popular flavor.
Karen Beckett says
I learned that they refrain from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives.
Natalie Brown says
Hello! I learned that hey use whole milk and cream to achieve a silky texture. I grew up on whole milk products and they're so good. These yogurts sound delicious!
Genevieve Estadt says
One employee at Liberté declared that Liberté should be the first yogurt eaten on Mars and circulated a petition. Hasn't happened...but they still dream that one day....
aimee place says
it looks like a great product but then read that it is made with whole milk so I probably would not be trying it. I did learn that they use milk and cream with indulgently silky texture.
Lydia R says
I learned that it was founded in 1936
I learned about lemon being their best seller which seems crazy to me!! I would've imagined vanilla or strawberry!
Liberte's first factory in Montreal still stands today but is another business in there now. During World War II the military brought a majority of Liberte's products to feed the troops. Liberte is committed to creating the purest product possible using only natural ingredients and even lists what is not in there.
Kim S says
They don't use gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives
Heather Smith says
I learned that they do not use sugar substitutes.
Vickie Harmon says
I learned that during WWII, the military bought most of Liberte's products to feed the troops.
krista williams says
This Liberate Yogurt is made with Whole Milk,no gelatins,sugar substitutes,or preservatives.I have to try this.Yogurt is one of my favorite things to eat when my tummy is a little upset.
sheri anderson says
I like how they refrain from adding gelatin, sugar substitutes or preservatives and Liberte is made with whole milk with 9 delicious flavors, thanks!
Catherine Haynes says
I learned their first factory was in Montreal.
Cindy B says
I learned they have caramel flavor which is one of my favorites.
Wow! One guy worked for Liberte for 52 years! That's awesome!
Lisa Coomer Queen says
That it is made with whole milk and fresh real fruit. Sounds dellcious!
Tracey Barfield says
I love that they have been around since 1936, any company that has been around that long has to be doing it right, also the yogurt is prepared with whole milk and cream we select create an indulgently silky texture. Could not get my coupon printer is dead thanks
Rachel P says
Liberte is whole milk yogurt that I can give my baby!
Fee Roberts says
I learned that they use whole milk and cream.
Rebecca Orr says
I learned that they offer 9 flavors. My favorite is the lemon. I want to try the blackberry.
Jay A. says
OMG The caramel yogurt looks amazing!!!
Maegan Hernandez says
This looks like a really nice brand. The coconut flavour looks best to me.
Jessica Cox says
I learned that its made with whole milk.
michelle elizondo says
I learned the collection of artifacts represents their brand.
I learned that they once had an employee at the company for 52 years.
Trinh L. says
The Liberte yogurts have no secret ingredients, it's all the flavor as the label represents it.
Allison Roberts says
they have a petition to be the first yogurt eaten in space. heres hoping!
breanna pollard says
I learned that they have nine flavors.
jeanette sheets says
no hidden or secret ingredients
Hannah Avery says
They have peach and passion fruit yogurt, which looks really good!
I learned that they are made with whole milk.
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Suzanna Pickering says
i found my local grocery carries this product-must check this out and try
They use all natural ingredients in their products. Got to love that.
Sandy Klocinski says
Liberte is a Canadian company that started producing cheese in 1928 in Montreal.
kaitlin ryan says
The original name was liberty
Lee Dixon says
I learned that in 1999 Liberte expanded in the U.S. and first in Vermont, Maine, Connecticut and New York.
I learned that one of their first delivery men was hired because he spoke Yiddish
Theresa Smith says
I learned that they have a Méditerranée Cappuccino that I would like to try.
Cori Westphal says
I learned they use real fruit, and don't use any sugar substitutes or preservatives!
Carolyn Daley says
I learned that they do NOT add sugar substitutes or preservatives to their products.
I learned that they have nine flavors.
Robin Abrams says
I learned that it is whole milk and 9 flavors
robyn donnelly says
Surprisingly luscious whole milk yogurt in nine captivating flavors which I would try the caramel flavored one.
laurie murley says
I learned it comes in 9 flavors, and I would love to try it
Lily Kwan says
I learned that the company is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Tamara N says
I learned that Liberte is made with whole milk and comes in 9 different flavors.
Kathleen S. says
I learned that Liberte offers sour cream and cottage cheese products as well as yogurt. I also learned that they sell Liberte at my nearest Walmart store. I'm going to have to try it!
Terri S says
I learned that they expande to the US in 1999.
wen budro says
I learned that their original name was Liberty and that their products are made with whole milk....very nice.
Brandi Hawn says
I like that they were started as a family business in 1936 🙂
Amanda Jordan says
I didn't know they had been around for so long. I had only learned of them in the past year or so.
Susan Smith says
I learned they have nine flavors.
Sherry Conrad says
I learned I can request specific flavors be stocked in my local stores.
Alicia C says
A great thing about yogurt parfaits is that when your kid wants some of "mommy's food," there's no guilt in letting him have a spoonful (or five!).